Tag Archives: Atmospheric

MTU Studying Clouds

Clouds play a crucial part in regulating climate, but precious little is actually known about clouds’ inner workings and their role on Earth. A group of Michigan Technological University scientists hopes to change that, thanks to a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

MTU studying clouds, weather
Mining Journal, January 3, 2011

New Michigan Tech Research Focuses On Clouds’ Role In Climate
CBS Detroit, January 3, 2011

Clouds with silver linings
Mining Gazette, December 30, 2010

Michigan Tech looks at clouds
National Science Foundation grant used to build research chamber
UpperPeninsula.biz, December 13, 2010

A Look at Clouds from All Sides Now
Michigan Tech News, December 13, 2010


Cloud Comments

Professor Raymond Shaw (Physics), is an author of a commentary published in this week’s issue of the journal “Science.” The topic is the need to better understand cloud processes and how that can be accomplished. The article entitled “Can We Understand Clouds Without Turbulence?” is published in the Perspectives section of the journal. The reference is E. Bodenschatz, S. P. Malinowski, R. A. Shaw, and F. Stratmann Science 19 February 2010: 970-971. The synopsis is “Advances at the interface between atmospheric and turbulence research are helping to elucidate fundamental properties of clouds.”