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Green Roof project at Park Road Autobell with Graduate Student Danielle Merritt

Wilson’s World: Checking out the “Green” Roof at Autobell on Park Road Wilson found out that washing cars is not all that goes on at the Autobell on Park Road.  He climbed up onto the top of the building to investigate their environmentally friendly green roof. Autobell’s green roof is not only a pleasant view for the residents that live in the apartments around it, but it is also... Green Roof project at Park Road Autobell with Graduate Student Danielle Merritt Read more >>

Survey offers guidance for biking equity in Charlotte - Dr. Boyer

More cycling in Charlotte is good for you, even if you never mount a bicycle. More butts on bikes means less congestion and noise on local roads, cleaner air, fewer traffic fatalities and ultimately a lighter burden on our health care system. Purchasing, operating, and maintaining a bicycle is also many times cheaper as a form of daily transportation than purchasing, operating and maintaining a... Survey offers guidance for biking equity in Charlotte - Dr. Boyer Read more >>

Science Meets Politics: Environmental Research, Regulation And Protections In North Carolina

Dr. Brian Magi will be on WFAE Charlotte Talks (Wednesday, March 22) in the morning for a fun discussion of science reactions after the Executive Branch budget proposal was released. http://wfae.org/post/science-meets-politics-environmental-research-regulation-and-protections-north-carolina Science Meets Politics: Environmental Research, Regulation And Protections In North Carolina Read more >>

UNC Charlotte Meteorology students running a Weatherfest

UNC Charlotte Meteorology undergraduate and graduate students have organized and are running the 3rd Annual Charlotte Weatherfest on Friday, March 24th, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hauser Alumni Pavilion on campus.  At Weatherfest, you will find activities aimed at a wide range of ages but especially for K-6 students, Charlotte TV meteorologists including our own instructor Brad Panovich,... UNC Charlotte Meteorology students running a Weatherfest Read more >>

CAGIS awarded a NSF XSEDE Supercomputing Resource Allocation Award

CAGIS has been approved with a NSF XSEDE Supercomputing Resource Allocation Award. The project (PI: Wenwu Tang) is entitled “Accelerating and enhancing multi-scale spatiotemporally explicit analysis and modeling of geospatial systems” (in total, 200,000 supercomputing service hours). As you may know, XSEDE (Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment; https://www.xsede.org/),... CAGIS awarded a NSF XSEDE Supercomputing Resource Allocation Award Read more >>