MSN Weather – 05/10/13
"It's not like on TV," where slow periods in the chase never seem to last more than a few minutes, says Sam Ng, a professor of meteorology at Metropolitan State University of Denver. "I personally can't look at weather data in a moving car, because it gives me motion sickness," says Ng.
FOX31 – 03/01/13
Concern is now shifting from agriculture and recreation to actual water shortages as river and reservoir levels shrink. FOX31 interviewed MSU Denver meteorology Assistant Professor Keah Schuenemann and economics Professor Kishore Kulkarni to discuss climate change and its effect on Colorado.
MSU Denver On FOX News
FOX31 5pm 5/22/12
MSU Denver Meteorology professor Keah Schuenemann is interviewed about the current hot temperatures and global warming.
Keah has decided to be part of the Environmental Science program and work in the Earth and Oceanic Sciences Department.
Climate change is real, man-made, says Denver expert
Ninety-eight percent of climate experts in the world believe climate change is occurring now, and it is a different event than ever before. “This time, it is being caused by human beings,” said Dr. Keah Schuenemann, assistant professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver. “That is the consensus.”
9NEWS tests murky Poudre River water
In order to understand whether the water is bad, we needed a little science lesson from MSU Denver Associate Professor of Environmental Science Dr. Jason