From the UAlbany News Center

Two friends at Weather Camp

Bright Forecast

Why would high school students hang tiny objects in trees on a hot summer's day?

Cidny Ramirez

Turning Typhoons into Applied Learning

Find out how one student researcher is trying to decrease typhoon death tolls.

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Experts Advisory: The 2016 Hurricane Season

The Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, which comprises one of the largest concentrations of weather researchers in the nation, can help explain the formation, trajectory, frequency and intensity of North American hurricanes, and what we might expect for 2016.

Ted Letcher in the Rockies

DAES Students Climb High in National Research and Forecasting Competitions

Ph.D. candidate Theodore Letcher places first for his video on atmospheric warming's effects upon water resources in the Rockies, while graduate student Philippe Papin out-forecasts national competitors.

Alberta Fire

Paul Roundy: El Niño Has Played Larger Role than Climate Change in Alberta Wildfires

UAlbany atmospheric scientist outlines which weather conditions are to blame for the extraordinary fires near Fort McMurray, Alberta.

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