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Fueled by Plastic

Fueled by Plastic

A team of scientists from Washington State University have found a method to turn plastic waste into refined jet and diesel fuels.

Weathering The Extremes

Weathering The Extremes

Increasingly variable precipitation poses a threat to several trees species across the western United States, as well as the bur oak in the Midwest.

Wildlife Wednesdays: Zebra Cows?

Wildlife Wednesdays: Zebra Cows?

Painting zebra-like stripes on cows decreased the number of biting flies by 50%! It is also a much healthier alternative for our environment than pesticides.

Professor Paul Thursday - A New Wave In Lightning Detection

Professor Paul Thursday - A New Wave In Lightning Detection

A look at our improved ability to track lightning over the US and how that benefits meteorologists

Wildlife Wednesdays: The Truth on Tardigrades Part Two

Wildlife Wednesdays: The Truth on Tardigrades Part Two

We now know why these "water bears" can survive in such extreme conditions.

Severe Weather Forecasting: The Long Range Frontier

Severe Weather Forecasting: The Long Range Frontier

Earlier this year, for the first time, a team of forecasters were successful in predicting a tornado outbreak 3-4 weeks in advance.

Professor Paul Thursday-When Was Radar First Used For Wx?

Professor Paul Thursday-When Was Radar First Used For Wx?

A look into the history of radar and when it was first utilized by meteorologists

Professor Paul Thursday-How Unusual Was Montana's Snowstorm?

Professor Paul Thursday-How Unusual Was Montana's Snowstorm?

A look into how unusual the recent snowstorm was for parts of the western US and a peek into when the first snows of the season typically arrive across the US

The Plastic Menace – Part II

The Plastic Menace – Part II

Microplastic debris found in Arctic snow and other northern European sites suggest tiny plastic debris can be transported by the atmosphere long distances.

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