CSU atmospheric scientists leading or co-leading six NOAA-funded research projects
A federal agency awarded 12 Colorado State University researchers more than $3.1 million for such innovative science as improving how satellites show smoke plumes, using AI to predict precipitation, and, perhaps for the first time, evaluating how individual storms could change with climate intervention.
The three-year grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, are aimed at scientists studying climate science and community resilience.
Nearly all CSU recipients are based in the Department of Atmospheric Science, which is considered among the best graduate programs in the nation.
Read more about the projects here.