USA Today: “Rapid intensification occurs when a tropical storm or hurricane encounters an extremely conducive environment,” Colorado State University hurricane researcher Phil Klotzbach said last year.
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Coloradoan: The last time the city saw such severe hail so late in the year was Sept. 14, 2004, according to Russ Schumacher, state climatologist and professor in CSU’s Department of Atmospheric Science.
Colorado Public Radio: And for Colorado-specific insect curiosities, Colorado State University’s Extension has information on all sorts of invertebrates: pests, pollinators and much more.
Bloomberg: “What this demonstrates is that Covid fundamentally changed how Americans look at vaccines,” said Motta, who co-authored the paper alongside his sister, Gabrielle Motta, a veterinarian in Pennsylvania, and political scientist Dominik Stecula at Colorado State University.
Greeley Tribune: 4-H is delivered by Colorado State University Extension — part of our land-grant university commitment to help young people learn by doing hands-on projects in areas including health, science, agriculture and citizenship
BBC: Most forecasts in March-April predicted a near or below average hurricane season, since the dampening effect of El Niño’s wind shear was expected to be significant, says Phil Klotzbach, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University.
U.S. News & World Report: This year’s Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, is expected to have 18 named tropical storms, nine of which become hurricanes, four of them major, according to forecasters from Colorado …
USA Today: She had her daughter speak to a grief counselor at Colorado State University and her children participated in a video to help kids deal with the loss of a pet.
9 News Denver: It was the absolute dream start for Emily Kohan and the 2023 CSU volleyball team.
ABC 7 Denver: “It was pretty scary a couple weeks ago,” said Brian Foy, professor of microbiology, immunology and pathology at Colorado State University.