One hundred years ago this Nov. 11, probably the most sudden and dangerous cold blast in American history occurred. Patrick Market and a student team in MU atmospheric sciences have studied the science and devastation of the Great Blue Norther of 11/11/11.
Atmospheric scientists use history and modern meteorology to detail the cause and damage of the 11/11/11 weather disaster
In 1911, rural Missouri had no television or even radio. Citizens got their news daily or weekly from their community newspaper. It was through these newspapers that Missourians learned details about the devestating storm.
Students help Purple Heart veteran pack care packages
CAFNR Food Science Association students help a Columbia-based non-profit group, and a wounded Marine veteran, pack care packages for Marines stationed overseas.
SNR graduate recognized for warning Joplin before tornado
Eric Wise, SNR Class of 2002 and weather forecaster for the National Weather Service in Springfield, Mo., was awarded the Operational Achievement Individual Award by the National Weather Association for his expert analysis that provided more than 20 minutes of warning time for the city devastated by an EF-5 rated tornado on May 22, 2011.
Plant Science faculty named CSSA and ASA fellows
Professor of Agronomy Bill Wiebold and Adjunct Professor of Plant Science Hari Krishnan were honored as 2011 Fellows of CSSA by the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA). Wiebold was also elected Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy (ASA). He served as president of CSSA, associate editor of Crop Science, associate editor of Agronomy [...]
Enhancing Missouri agriculture never tasted so good
Missourians use autumn as an excuse to revel in wine-filled times with good friends. While they celebrate, University of Missouri researchers work to improve vineyards and the fruits of their labor.