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NCAR/UCAR Resource Links

American Meterological Society Homepage - Contains links to news, career related links, journals, publications and also a student page that continas great resources to travel grant information, fellowships, etc.

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The NCAR Archives preserve the institutional memory of UCAR/NCAR/UCP.

Use the NCAR Archives to:

  • Study how atmospheric science has changed over time
  • Learn about the history of NCAR
  • Research the unique architecture of the Mesa Laboratory 
  • Explore past field projects and scientific studies

OpenSky is the open access institutional repository supporting UCAR, NCAR, and UCP, extending free and open access to our scholarship for the benefit of research and education.

Featured Article:
Val Martin, M., C.L. Heald, B. Ford (more) , 2013: A decadal satellite analysis of the origins and impacts of smoke in Colorado. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13, 7429-7439,
Being in the midst of wild fire season and all of the recent fires in the mountain west area this article from the Open Sky repository is an interesting read!

NCAR Internship Opportunities for High School, College and University Students
 

UCAR and NCAR Scientists and Engineers Visiting Colleges and Unviersity Program

National Academy Press Book Spotlight

Here is a link to a spotlighted National Academy Press (NAP) Book: When Weather Matters: Science and Service to Meet Critical Societal Needs (2010) . You can set up a FREE NAP account and download PDF versions of some interesting science and policy books.

Atmospheric Science Faculty Scholarship

Click on the report cover below to access downloadable file

Chapters with Univeristy of Utah Author Contributions

Chapter 4 Link: Present Weather and Climate: Average Conditions

Chapter 13 Link: Urban Areas

Chapter 18 Link: Climate Choices for a Sustainable Southwest

Subject Guide

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