February 4, 2014
Dr. Steve Vavrus’ Geophysical Research Letters paper "Extreme Arctic Cyclones in CMIP5 Historical Simulations” was selected as an American Geophysical Union Research Spotlight, appearing in both the on-line edition of Geophysical Research Letters as well as in a column for EOS, the weekly AGU magazine. In his paper, Dr. Vavrus writes, "Winter in the Arctic is not only cold and the dark—it is also storm season…”
January 2, 2014
Dr. Notaro's research, based on developing mid and late 21st century snow and winter severity projections, was the focus of a UW-Madison news release, an interview by WKOW-TV, an interview by the Public News Service, and an interview by NBC-15 News.
December 12, 2013
Dan Vimont, Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts (WICCI) co-chair, says the decentralized 250-member organization has moved into its second phase, emphasizing two-way communication focused on university research and its application in communities.
December 11, 2013
Galen McKinley and Dan Vimont spoke at an informational forum: “Climate Change: What it Means for Wisconsin’s Economy and Natural Resources," hosted by Representatives Fred Clark (D) and Jeff Mursau (R) of the Wisconsin Legislature and co-hosted by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences Arts & Letters. The forum agenda stated, “The purpose of the forum [was] to begin the discussion of how a changing climate affects Wisconsin’s many natural resources and, consequently, Wisconsin’s business practitioners that depend on these natural resources.”
November 14, 2013
Dr. Michael Notaro presented on the topic of "21st Century Projections of Ameliorated Winter Conditions, Yet More Intense Snowstorms, Across the Central-Eastern North American Landscape Conservation Cooperatives" in a webinar in November 2013 for the Science Team for Climate Change and Forests.
October 18, 2013
On October 18th, 2013, CCR celebrated its 50th anniversary. It was an extremely successful and well attended event hosted at the Fluno Center.
October 15, 2013
In October 2013, Dr. Notaro taught at a climate data workshop at The Wildlife Society Workshop, in which he presented the use of 4 softwares (ncview, NCO, ncdump, and NCL) for manipulating netcdf data, particularly focused on the recently-developed statistical downscaling product for the central-eastern North American LCCs (Landscape Conservation Cooperatives).
October 10, 2013
In October 2013, Dr. Notaro spoke at The Wildlife Society Conference in Milwaukee on the topic of North American snowfall projections and implications to wildlife, particularly dabbling ducks and white-tailed deer.
June 5, 2013
Jack Williams is featured in Discover Magazine about the spring break fieldwork in St Paul Island.