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From left, Martha Shulski, Zhenghong Tang, Frank Uhlarik, Tarik Abdel-Monem and Natalie Umphlett recently were awarded $200,000 for a project analyzing climate data for cities planning for extreme weather events. | Courtesy photo
From left, Martha Shulski, Zhenghong Tang, Frank Uhlarik, Tarik Abdel-Monem and Natalie Umphlett recently were awarded $200,000 for a project analyzing climate data for cities planning for extreme weather events. | Courtesy photo

Shulski, Umphlett earn grant to aid cities in planning for extreme weather impacts

Climatologists Martha Shulski and Natalie Umphlett recently were awarded just over $200,000 to analyze climate data for cities planning for extreme and damaging weather events. The grant from the NOAA Climate Program Office’s Sectoral Applications Research Program will run through June 2018. Continue reading…

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SNR in the News: July 2016

Heat waves and spreading drought kept the School of Natural Resources in the news in July.The National Drought Mitigation Center was mentioned in the media more than 55 times in July as cities and states looked to the U.S. Drought Monitor in discussing drought conditions. The state climate office also was featured prominently during the July heat wave. Continue reading…

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Inside SNR wants your news

We want to feature your story in Inside SNR. Why? Our goal is to reach potential students and funders so our program can continue to grow..The School of Natural Resources puts out an electronic newsletter that highlights news, events and publications pertinent to those within the school. It also maintains Facebook and Twitter pages meant to promote SNR to a broader audience. Let's spread the word on what you do. Continue reading…

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Originally published August 9, 2016 - Submit an Item