Join us February 27, 2014 from 11an-1pm in 802 WBB to watch the launch live from the Tanegashima Space Center, Japan. There will be cool presentations, NASA GPM swag, and PIZZA!
Last year's gigantic landslide at a Utah copper mine probably was the biggest nonvolcanic slide in North America's modern history, and included two rock avalanches that happened 90 minutes apart and surprisingly triggered 16 small earthquakes, University of Utah scientists discovered.
Atmospheric Sciences Professor Steenburgh and some of his students are in Oswego County, New York for the OWLeS field program "Ontario Winter Lake-Effect Systems" (owles.org). During their 6 weeks stay students will take measurements every six hours during snow storms giving them an opportunity that would not be possible in a classroom.