CSU In The News Archive

HURRICANE KATRINA: When it rains, it roars

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The Denver Post calls him “one of the most renowned prophets of hurricane doom.” Colorado State University meteorologist William Gray told the paper Monday that “this country is going to see hurricane destruction like we’ve never seen it in the …

Storm Turns Focus to Global Warming

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“There is absolutely no empirical evidence. The people who have a bias in favor of the argument that humans are making the globe warmer will push any data that suggests that humans are making hurricanes worse, but it just isn’t …

Storms Vary With Cycles, Experts Say

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Instead, the severity of hurricane seasons changes with cycles of temperatures of several decades in the Atlantic Ocean. The recent onslaught “is very much natural,” said William M. Gray, a professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University who issues …

CSU has sobering message

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New and returning students to Colorado State University will have more to think about than decorating dorms and figuring out class schedules this fall.

Finding a career in safety

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“Workplaces with the leadership of an industrial hygienist have fewer injuries, are usually rated as better places to work and have more satisfied, more productive employees who are less likely to change jobs,” said Roy M. Buchan, president of the …