Press

The following is a list of news articles and features where the facility and/or its instruments are featured. Please be advised that some of the links may no longer be current.


2020

Accuweather: Mobile radar offers a rare, close-up look into the eye of Hurricane Laura (Hurricane Laura)

The Washington Post: Scientists drove radars inside Hurricane Laura’s fiercest winds, hoping to unravel their mysteries (Hurricane Laura)

The Washington Post: Inside Hurricane Laura: Join storm chasers studying the eye of the storm (Hurricane Laura)

The New York Times: What’s Going on Inside the Fearsome Thunderstorms of Córdoba Province? (RELAMPAGO)

Denver Museum of Nature & Science: Scientists in Action: Wild Weather (Interview: Karen Kosiba)

UIUC News: Let it snow: Researchers put cloud seeding to the test (SNOWIE)

Boulder Daily Camera: Boulder scientists prove snowmaking potential of cloud seeding (SNOWIE)

KVRR (Fargo, ND): UND Students Get “Blown Under” In Order To Study Blizzards (BLOWN-UNDER)

UND Today: BLOWN-UNDER project finds its perfect storm (BLOWN-UNDER)

Grand Forks Herald: UND research seeks to help accurately predict snow totals in blizzards (BLOWN-UNDER)


2019

USA Science and Engineering Festival: Observing and Studying Powerful Storms Up Close With Atmospheric Scientist Karen Kosiba (Biography: Karen Kosiba)

TCPalm (Treasure Coast, FL): Studying Dorian: 'Storm Chaser' scientist in Stuart conducting hurricane research (Hurricane Dorian)

The Verge: Thunderheads (RELAMPAGO)

Penn State News: Grad students gain research edge with aid from meteorology professor emeritus (RELAMPAGO)

Tiempo: De Barcelona a Córdoba (Argentina): estudiando las tormentas más grandes del mundo con el proyecto RELAMPAGO. Parte I (in Spanish) (RELAMPAGO)

Pagina12: En el ojo de la tormenta (in Spanish) (RELAMPAGO)


2018

Nebraska Today: Husker-led research team to examine irrigation's role in precipitation (GRAINEX)


2017

NBC News: Stormchasers Hunt Tornadoes for Science (TWIRL 2017)


2016

Yahoo! Finance: Meet TWIRL, the storm chasers who planted sensors in the heart of a twister (TWIRL 2016)

Peninsula Daily News (Port Angeles, WA): Weather study on Olympic Peninsula employs everything from mules to ‘spy planes’ (OLYMPEX)


2015

The Seattle Times: UW, NASA deploy scientific blitz to study rainy Olympic Peninsula (OLYMPEX)

VOA News: NASA, UW Team Up to Track Rain, Snow in Soggy Washington (OLYMPEX)

UW News: UW, NASA measure rain and snowfall to gauge new precipitation satellite (OLYMPEX)

Florida Today: FIT students get chance with ‘Doppler on Wheels’ (F-DEWS)

VOA News: Students Chase Severe Weather with the ‘Biggest Dish on the Road’ (F-DEWS)

National Geographic: Chasing Nighttime Thunderstorms, Trying to Crack Their Mysteries (PECAN)

Science Nation: Doppler on Wheels--the biggest 'dish' on the road! (General)

Kearney Hub: Witness Doppler on Wheels in action but without the twister (UNDEO4)

Rochester First: New Mobile Doppler Technology Helping Meteorologists Understand Severe WNY Weather (GEO-WIND-HWS-II)

USA Today: 'Doppler on Wheels' looks inside blizzards (Snowpocalypse 2015)


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