Solutions

Solutions: From Science to Impacts

Improving Resilience to Extreme Weather

Decision Support Tools for Farmers
Weather is the critical factor in the success of a harvest.
Descending air curls outward and upward as it slams into the ground in a microburst near Denver's former Stapleton International Airport on July 6, 1984, during the CLAWS project. (Photo by Wendy Schreiber-Abshire, ©UCAR. This image is freely available for media & nonprofit use.)
How the Jumbo Outbreak of 1974 helped lead to safer air travel
Storm Surge Perceptions, Communications and Response
NCAR's custom outlooks provide guidance to large-scale immunization program
Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion of Hazardous Materials Research and Developmen
Atmospheric releases of hazardous materials, either accidental or intentional,...
Solar Panels
Utilities and grid operators back research to make solar more predictable.
Tropical Cyclone off Brazil Courtesy of NASA
That is the question hurricane researchers and forecasters aim to answer
Decision Support Tools for Farmers
Weather is the critical factor in the success of a harvest.

About RAL

RAL's mission is to conduct directed research that contributes to the fundamental understanding of the atmosphere and related physical, biological, and social systems; to support, enhance, and extend the capabilities of the scientific community, and to develop and transfer knowledge and technology for the betterment of life on Earth.

I have a very strong feeling that science exists to serve human betterment and improve human welfare.       - Walter Orr Roberts

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