CSU In The News Archive

Water Wealth

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“We’re trying not to say we’re out of the drought,” said Nolan Doesken, assistant state climatologist and senior research associate at Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science.

College scientists rewarded

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The grants were awarded at the annual Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Denver Chapter scholarship luncheon at the Lory Student Center, at Colorado State University, Fort Collins.

Drought is receding like a bad dream

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According to the climate center at Colorado State University, most areas of the state continue to receive healthy doses of moisture, helping rebuild dry subsoils that became parched during the 2002 drought.

‘Cane season breaks records

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This year’s Atlantic hurricane season was the busiest and most destructive on record, causing an estimated $150 billion in U.S. damage, according to Colorado State researchers.

After The Disaster, Research Booms

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This time around, the University of Vermont professor looked at children’s adjustments. She and Lori Peek, a colleague from Colorado State University, had been discussing the need for more disaster research on children, but they had no idea the opportunity …