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Boulder scientists working on remote turbulence system
The Denver Post (July 14, 2009)

Look who's talking now: your car?
9News Colorado (April 15, 2009)

NCAR targets bumpy flights
Rocky Mountain News (September 11, 2007) circ. 253,834

NCAR Helps Pilots Avoid Turbulence - System Developed In Boulder Could Mean Fewer Flight Delays (September 11, 2007)

New System Helps Airliners Avoid Turbulence (September 10, 2007)

Scientists put their heads in the clouds to spot turbulence
The Times (London, U.K.) (September 8, 2007) circ. 636,422

Detecting turbulence in the clouds (September 7, 2007)

Wyoming Tests Ability to Change the Weather, NPR 's All Things Considered, © NPR Feb. 17, 2006

State plans cloud seeding this winter, Casper Star Tribune, Aug. 10, 2005

New Computer Program Will Help Clear Tri-State Roads, 9News WCP0, Cincinatti, OH, December 19, 2004 - Click Here to watch the 9News video (Real Player required)

Understanding Turbulence, USA Today, March 16, 2001

Turbulence researchers working on detection systems, USA Today, March 16, 2001

Weather Modification, NPR's Talk of the Nation, Hour Two. © NPR, February 23, 2001 (Dr. Roelof Bruintjes discusses rain enhancement in an interview on weather modification.)

Tracking Weather's Flight Path,

IEEE Spectrum Online, Vol 37, No 9, September 2000

On January 19, 2001, ADDS was named the "Web Site Of The Day" in the Yahoo "transport-communications" email group as "an excellent example of how weather information for a target audience can be presented via the Internet."

Winners Make Connections in the Internet Age,, December 1, 2000 (scroll to the FAA, Aviation Weather Research Program: ADDS wins a Government Technology Leadership award). To see photos from the ceremony, click here.

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