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Czarnetzki--Alan C. (Earth Science Faculty)

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1 First advanced storm spotter training to be held April 23
Public Relations News Release 2014:215, p.1
3/27/2015 UNI Department of Earth Science will host an advanced storm spotter training course April 23, in Latham Hall, Room 125. This is the first year this training is being brought to northeast Iowa. All trainings are free and open to the public.
2 UNI student passes away in C.F. hospital
Rouse--Amber Marie (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:49, p.3
4/10/2014 UNI student Jared Trimble died in a Cedar Falls hospital this past week. The cause of his death has not been released to the public.
3 Is UNI the 2nd-windiest campus in the country?
Afzal--Fariha (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:49, p.1
4/16/2013 Professor Alan Czarnetzki says UNI may or may not be the second windiest campus in the country, but this is hard to prove. However, there are benefits and disadvantages to having a really windy campus.
4 Cold weather persists in Cedar Falls; Spring will bring warmer than average temperatures
Baker--Brandon Lee (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 109:43, p.1
3/15/2013 Professor Alan Czarnetzki predicts a cloudy first half of spring break, with a warm and wet spring season overall; photo.
5 UNI professor offers expertise on weather
Public Relations News Release 2011:250, p.1
4/2/2012 Professor Alan Czarnetzki will discus the weather and talk about Severe Weather Awareness Week.
6 Iowa experiencing unusually warm winter
Anderson--John David (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 108:28, p.6
1/13/2012 Students enjoying the warm winter. The winter of 2001-2002 saw similar temperatures in Iowa; photo.
7 Iowa Severe Weather Awareness Week April 5 - 9
Public Relations News Release 2009:376, p.1
4/5/2010 Alan Czarnetzki, professor of meteorology, says it's important to know what to watch out for, and what to do when severe weather strikes. "The average number of tornadoes in Iowa each year is 48 and peak months for tornadoes are usually May and June.
8 High school science teachers to study air quality issues, prepare classroom activities at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2008:576, p.1
6/16/2009 "Air quality issues are more commonly associated with heavily populated states and urban areas, but rural states such as Iowa have their own issues." Teachers from 15 states will learn more about air quality and how it fits into the curriculum.
9 Panther Portraits
Parrott--Megan (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 105:50, p.2
4/17/2009 Scenes from "Panther Bash", Honors Week, the Earth Science Seminar, and a gathering surrounding a speaker outside the Union; photo.
10 Citizen Science explains storms
Zidon--Rachel Margaret (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:45, p.1
3/31/2009 Jeff Kennedy and Alan Czarnetzki discussed how storms function and how to stay safe during storms; talked about 2008 F5 tornado in Parkersburg; photo.
11 Safety during severs weather to be topic of next Citizen Science talk at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2008:403, p.1
3/17/2009 In conjunction with Severs Weather Awareness Week, Alan Czarnetzki and Jeff Kennedy will review current recommendations for safety during tornadoes, lightning and flash floods. The peak months for tornadoes in Iowa are May and June.
12 UNI's STORM air quality workshop attracted national participation
Public Relations News Release 2007:771, p.1
7/17/2008 The Science center for Teaching, Outreach, and Research on Meteorology held a workshop where 24 nationwide participants discussed various topics including the Clean Air Act, the meteorology of air pollution, and air-dispersion modeling.
13 UNI Department of Earth Science presents speaker, Hillaker
Public Relations News Release 2007:531, p.1
3/31/2008 Harry Hillaker will be speaking about weather and weather patterns April 7.
14 To cancel school or not to cancel school: a superintendent's dilemma
Public Relations News Release 2007:440, p.1
2/21/2008 School administrators face challenges when deciding whether or not to cancel school due to weather.
15 Award nominations sought for UNI faculty engaged with community
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
1/10/2007 Five faculty members will be receiving Community Engagement awards.
16 UNI faculty to be recognized for community engagement
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
4/6/2006 UNI faculty members were chosen as the first-ever recipients of the Veridian Credit Union Community Engagement Awards.
17 Iowa Severe Weather Awareness Week -- April 3-7
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
4/4/2006 Severe Weather Awareness Week will deal with severe-weather safety rules.
18 University of Northern Iowa Graduate College presents awards
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
5/12/2005 Awards presented based on best doctoral dissertation, master's thesis, master's research paper, and graduate faculty teaching.
19 Weather forecasting open to interpretation
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
1/18/2005 Weather forecasts vary widely.
20 Monday, Oct. 11
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
10/11/2004 Geography Colloquium will feature discussion on odors of hog confinements.
21 UNI STORM helps National Weather Service battle airborne threats
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
6/7/2004 Discusses possibility of weather information aiding in assessing biological terrorism threats.
22 UNI professor says events in 'The Day After Tomorrow' are a possibility
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
5/21/2004 Global warming is warned to have globally catastrophic significance, resulting in climate shifts and natural disasters.
23 To cancel class or not to cancel classes, that is the question
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.2
2/9/2004 UNI's Science Center for Teaching, Outreach, and Research on Meterology is developing tools to help school superintendents know whether or not to cancel school.
24 Will this winter be warm, cold, wet, dry? Even the computer isn't sure
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
10/19/2003 Meteorologists lack definitive data on probable weather conditions this winter.
25 Making sense out of weather forecasts
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
7/14/2003 Explanation of weather forecasting terms to be given.
26 Busy hurricane season
Public Relations News Release 2002:574, p.1
6/23/2003 Hurricane season hits the tropics.
27 A whirlwind of tornadoes
Public Relations News Release 2002:551, p.1
6/2/2003 Talk on what causes tornadoes and how to predict them.
28 Tornado season is coming!
Public Relations News Release 2002:397, p.1
3/24/2003 Dangers of tornadoes and the importance of Tornado Awareness Week will be discussed.
29 Weather and communities
Public Relations News Release 2002:266, p.1
1/6/2003 Role of weather in shaping a community will be explored.
30 Where have all the snowflakes gone?
Public Relations News Release 2002:256, p.1
12/16/2002 Changing weather patterns in connection with recent mild winters will be presented.
31 The raging seas
Public Relations News Release 2002:76, p.1
9/16/2002 Alan Czarnetski will talk about hurricanes and their differences from tornadoes.
32 Summer weather and future predictions
Public Relations News Release 2002:15, p.1
7/22/2002 Will try to provide reasons for warm weather this summer and also what may be in store for fall in terms of weather.
33 UNI STORM to help meteorologists battle potential terrorist threats
Public Relations News Release 2002:1, p.1
7/1/2002 Meteorologists can assist in explaining weather patterns and how they would affect a bio-terrorism threat.
34 The raging fire
Public Relations News Release 2001:521, p.1
6/17/2002 Alan Czarnetzki discusses the current wildfire in Colorado.
35 UNI names student employees of the year
Public Relations News Release 2001:461, p.1
4/25/2002 Four students were named Student Employees of the Year on April 11.
36 New briefs
Northern Iowa Today 30:2, p.4
4/1/2002 Locations are given for the spring commencement exercises; new weather website established; members of the 10th placed national dance team are listed.
37 National Weather Service makes plans to battle airborne threats
Public Relations News Release 2001:359, p.1
3/18/2002 Alan Czarnetzki will explain the connection between weather patterns and the way vapors are dispersed.
38 Weather information could save lives, prevent disaster
Krastel--Laura (class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:44, p.1
3/15/2002 UNI STORM, led by Alan Czarnetzki, hopes to use weather information to stem the spread of bioterrorism attacks and hazardous material spills; photo.
39 Some like it hot . . .
Public Relations News Release 2001:340, p.1
3/11/2002 A discussion will be held about Iowa's warmer-than-usual winters and whether or not there is a connection with global warming.
40 UNI STORM helps National Weather Service battle airborne threats
Public Relations News Release 2001:344, p.1
3/8/2002 Alan Czarnetzki is working with the National Weather Service to develop a plan to coordinate current weather information into a plan to assist an airborne threat.
41 Weather watch
Public Relations News Release 2001:328, p.1
3/4/2002 Iowa's upcoming spring and summer will be topic of discussion by Alan Czarnetzki.
42 UNI Web site offers up-to-the-minute weather info
Public Relations News Release 2001:273, p.1
1/28/2002 Alan Czarnetzki developed a Web site that will contain current weather information.
43 UNI professor makes sense of the weather
Public Relations News Release 2000:471, p.1
6/19/2001 The new Science center for Teaching, Outreach, and Research on Meteorology hopes to inform specific groups how to understand weather terminology.
44 Severe weather season
Public Relations News Release 2000:0, p.1
5/28/2001 Alan Czarnetzki talks about tornadoes and severe weather.
45 A center at UNI creates quite a STORM
Public Relations News Release 2000:214, p.1
1/29/2001 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is funding UNI's new Science center for Teaching, Outreach and Research on Meteorology.
46 STORM is perfect for UNI
Public Relations News Release 2000:174, p.1
12/7/2000 The $1.5 million project, STORM (Science Center for Teaching, Outreach and Research on Meteorology), is a two year grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
47 Weather Education and Research Center to be built at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2000:52, p.1
9/4/2000 A $1.4 million grant is received by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
48 Alan Czarnetzki
Campus News Network 10:21, p.Insert 2
7/3/2000 Alan Czarnetzki chaired the Severe Weather session.
49 All the weather you will ever need
Public Relations News Release 1999:451, p.1
6/26/2000 Alan Czarnetzki will discuss Internet sites that are useful to those interested in the weather.
50 All the weather you will ever need
Public Relations News Release 1999:444, p.1
6/19/2000 Alan Czarnetzki reviews the various sites available on the Internet that give weather data.


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