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Browse decades of NCAR history as told through press releases and correspondence. The history of UCAR/NCAR staff, research, field projects, scientific breakthroughs, and buildings are detailed in the collection.

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Exposure of U.S. population to extreme heat could quadruple by mid-century
Climate change threatens to worsen U.S. ozone pollution
Local experts available for climate discussions across country
Rising temperature challenge Salt Lake City's water supply
Geoengineering the climate could reduce vital rains
Cities change temperatures for thousands of miles
Deep oceans can mask global warming for decade-long periods
"Missing" heat may affect future climate change
Computer model demonstrates that white roofs may successfully cool cities
Climate conditions in 2050 crucial to avoid harmful impacts in 2100
Record high temperatures far outpace record lows across U.S.
Arctic warming overtakes 2,000 years of natural cooling
New cause for past global warming revealed by massive modeling project
Melting Greenland ice sheets may threaten northeast United States, Canada
Stratospheric injections to counter global warming could damage ozone layer
NCAR granted patent for trace gas sampling experiment
Foreign media, policymakers sought NCAR scientists for interviews in '92
NCAR research update: northern boreal forests cause global warming
Cambridge University Press publishes new book on possible impacts of climate change on the World's fisheries
Latest information on ozone depletion, global warming

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