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Those resources look very useful and educational. I like how the diagrams highlight each contributing factor that makes these events more likely to occur.

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Great STEM teaching resources: The votes are in, and the winners of the National Science Foundation
s 2016 Video Showcase are: http://stemforall2016.videohall.com/presentations#/winners/id=winners
2016 NSF Video Showcase Advancing STEM Learning For All: Sharing Cutting Edge Work and Community Discourse
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Oxygen atmosphere recipe = tectonics + continents + life
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How pilots deal with thunderstorms, turbulence, icing, and other weather-related hazards, thanks to atmospheric research. (NCAR Explorer Series 2016)
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"Like 140,000 laptops glued together." That's how NCAR scientist Rich Loft explains the power of the new supercomputer that will replace our already powerful Yellowstone system. What will the new system, coming in 2017, be called? Watch this short interview to find out.
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A likely culprit? The electrified field:
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EarthCube #cyberinfrastructure for #geoscience support ofc - coming soon to UCAR
BOULDER – EarthCube, a landmark initiative to develop new technological and computational capabilities for geosciences research, will be supported by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) under a new agreement with the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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Mathematics of Cryptography and Cyber Security, +more #STEM #teaching ideas http://videohall.com/p/819
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What’s the Pacific Extreme Pattern and how’s it connected to U.S. heat waves? http://earthsky.org/earth/ocean-temps-predict-heat-waves-50-days-out
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I remember that heat wave.  There were also multiple Ozone Action Days in the Southeast, where ground-level ozone reached unhealthy levels for sensitive groups, due to widespread air stagnation.
 
The NSF/NCAR HIAPER research aircraft returns to its hangar in Broomfield, Colorado, Tuesday afternoon after the successful #ORCAS16 field campaign in Punta Arenas, Chile. What was the team of atmospheric scientists, observation specialists, and technicians looking for? https://www.eol.ucar.edu/node/9663
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