Projects

MMM collaborates with other National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) labs to improve Earth-system predictability through researching the process and prediction surrounding mesoscale and microscale atmospheric phenomena. MMM also plays a central role in the atmospheric simulation capability across NCAR. See our projects in the list below.

This project aims to reduce harm from hurricanes and other hazards, alleviate social vulnerability, and enhance resilience by improving hazardous weather risk communication and response in the modern information environment...
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The goal of this project is to help improve tornado forecast and warning communication and response by investigating how people’s risk perceptions and responses evolve dynamically with a tornado threat, and how these interact with evolving risk information and vulnerabilities for tornado events...
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A multi-year project that ran from 2014 - 2020, funded by National Science Foundation Decadal and Regional Climate Prediction using Earth System Models (EaSM-3) grants...
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Builds fundamental understanding of how weather- and climate-related risks intersect with society, with an emphasis on how different types of information influence decision making and societal outcomes...
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