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Ellyn Gray Wins a Dean Prize for Outstanding Research

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Ladder Faculty Search in Dynamic Meteorology

The UCLA Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences seeks outstanding applicants for a ladder faculty position in dynamic meteorology. The

ATMOS researcher receives NSF grant to study climate change

The EaSM program strives to achieve reliable global and regional predictions of decadal climate variability and change through an understanding

Climate study predicts dramatic loss in local snowfall

Professor Alex Hall's latest research from around the web: UCLA Newsroom: UCLA climate study predicts dramatic loss in local snowfall

UCLA Study shows warming in Central China greater than most climate models indicated

 Temperatures in central China are 10 to 14 degrees Fahrenheit hotter today than they were 20,000 years ago, during the

Air Pollution goes further from Freeways in morning

Two years ago researchers outfitted an electric Toyota RAV4 with a set of test instruments and drove back and forth

Air Pollution goes further from Freeways in morning

Two years ago researchers outfitted an electric Toyota RAV4 with a set of test instruments and drove back and forth

The Santa Ana winds: Where do they come from?

Local radio station, KCRW interview Professor Rob Fovell about the Santa Ana winds, a phenomenon to Los Angeles. From September

Akio Arakawa elected to Royal Meteorological Society

Honorary Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society: The Royal Meteorological Society has a small number of Honorary Fellows who are

Jonathan Mitchell and Aradhna Tripati named as Hellman Fellows

  The fellowship was established in 1994 at UC San Diego and UC Berkeley to encourage the research of promising