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Research Scientist, University of Wyoming King Air - #4116

The Department of Atmospheric Science and Donald L. Veal Research Flight Center at the University of Wyoming is seeking applications for a Research Scientist for the University of Wyoming King Air Research Aircraft (UWKA) facility including the Wyoming Cloud Radar (WCR) and Wyoming Cloud Lidar (WCL). This is a world-class research facility owned and operated by the University of Wyoming and is part of the National Science Foundation's Lower Atmospheric Observing Facilities (NSF-LAOF). [More]

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Rudra Prasad Pokharel, University of Wyoming, Department of Atmospheric Science "OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF BIOMASS BURNING AEROSOLS MEASURED DURING FLAME-4", 1/22, 3:10pm, EN 6085

UW Scientists Contribute to Cloud-Seeding Research

UW Scientists Contribute to Cloud-Seeding Research

The University of Wyoming played a key role in a nearly decade-long study by the state that concluded cloud seeding has some effect, with a 5-15 percent positive impact on snow accumulation shown after the weather modification technique is used.

UW Researchers Contribute to Paper Examining High Winter Ozone Levels

UW Researchers Contribute to Paper Examining High Winter Ozone Levels

Shane Murphy (far right), stands next to a mobile lab used to measure methane and VOC levels coming from individual oil and gas wells. Murphy is the co-writer of a Nature paper that examines high ozone levels near oil and gas wells during the winter. Also pictured are, from left, Robert Field, associate research scientist; Dustin Snare, graduate student; and Jeff Soltis, associate research scientist, all in the UW Department of Atmospheric Science.

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