- April 20, 2020: Andrea Jenney's paper titled Quantifying regional sensitivities to periodic events: Application to the MJO is among the top 10% most downloaded papers in JGR!
- March 13, 2020: Andrea Jenney (current PhD student) receives a NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship!
- February 16, 2020: listen to the Climate Scientists with Dan Jones podcast where Libby discusses machine learning for climate science
- January 31, 2020: Ben Toms get another award! Outstanding oral presentation for his decadal prediction talk at AMS 2020. Go Ben!
- January 29, 2020: Andrea Jenney and Savini Samarasinghe both receive AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Awards! Wow!
- January 22, 2020: Ben Toms receives 2nd place for Student Oral Presentation by the AMS Committee on Probability and Statistics! Wow!
- January 13, 2020: hear Libby's AMS On the Air podcast on studying climate signals with machine learning
- January 3, 2020: EOS article on flavors of atmospheric rivers, study by former REU Katerina Gonzales and Libby
- December 13, 2019: Libby and 4 other CSU Atmos Faculty/Scientists receive awards at AGU and AMS! Read about it.
- December 12, 2019: the EOS Editors' Highlight of Andrea Jenny's paper on STRIPES is the 2nd most viewed highlight of all time!
- December 11, 2019: Libby was unable to travel to AGU, but her talk was recorded titled "Detecting Forced Climate Patterns with Machine Learning", click the link to check it out.
- December 9, 2019: Zack Labe will be joining the Barnes Group spring 2020! Welcome Zack!
- December 2, 2019: article on data science work being done in the Barnes Group.
- July 22, 2019: Prof. Libby Barnes is awarded the AMS Clarence Leroy Meisinger Award for 2020.
- June 17, 2019: EOS Editors' Highlights features recent paper by Andrea Jenney et al. on new index for quantifying regional sensitivities to the influence of periodic events
- May 1, 2019: Wei-Ting Hsiao joins the Barnes and Maloney research groups as a PhD student, starting in August. Welcome Wei-Ting!
- April 19, 2019: Kai-Chih Tseng is awarded the Alumni Award from ATS.
- April 8, 2019: Kirsten Mayer is awarded a 3-year NSF Graduate Student Fellowship.
- March 24, 2019: Jamin Rader is awarded a 4-year DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship.
- March 21, 2019: Jamin Rader joins the Barnes Group as a masters student, starting in August. Welcome Jamin!
- February 12, 2018: Ben Toms is awarded outstanding oral presentation awards at the 18th Conference on Artificial and Computational Intelligence and its Applications to the Environmental Sciences and the 32nd Conference on Climate Variability and Change.
- December 26, 2018: New Study Predicts Tornadoes and Hail During 'Forecast Gap' by NPR featuring Cory Baggett's work.
- Nov. 28, 2018: Researchers rise to challenge of predicting hail, tornadoes three weeks in advance features the work by Cory Baggett and Kyle Nardi on forecasting tornado and hail activity several weeks in advance using the MJO.
- Oct. 17, 2018: Kai-Chih Tseng is awarded the Shrake-Culler Scholarship.
- Sep. 17, 2018: CW3E news post on how many ARs hit Northern California with contributions from Kyle Nardi and Prof. Barnes.
- Sep. 7, 2018: AGCI video + art of What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic using the "Can it? Has it? Will it?" framework of Barnes and Screen (2015)
- Sep. 7, 2018: Rivers in the sky: Improving predictions of atmospheric rivers to reduce risk by EARTH magazine features the work of Bryan Mundhenk and Cory Baggett on the predictability that the MJO and QBO offer with respect to atmospheric rivers.
- Aug. 24, 2018: CW3E news post on published paper by Kyle Nardi on NWP forecasts of atmospheric rivers.
- Apr. 4, 2018: The accomplishments of Prof. Barnes and her research group are recognized in an article by CSU's Walter Scott J. College of Engineering
- Feb. 20, 2018: NOAA OAR and CPO and CSU news releases on recent paper by former PhD student Bryan Mundhenk et al. showing that atmospheric rivers can be skillfully forecast with an empirical model up to 5 weeks in advance using knowledge of tropical variability (MJO and QBO); See also a recent interview with Bryan on Water Deeply
- Jan. 19, 2018: NOAA CPO news release on recent paper by Kai-Chih Tseng et al. looking at using the MJO to support weather forecasts 3 weeks ahead of time
- Jan. 10, 2018: Forecast podcast interview about Libby Barnes' life and science, with Nature's editor for climate science, Michael White
- Jan. 4, 2018: US CLIVAR Highlights Article on Barnes and Simpson (2017) about the jet-stream response to Arctic temperature variability