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Location: Front Range, On-campus

Event/Activity Description

The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network ( is a citizen-science project where volunteers from all 50 states (and Canada) use low-cost equipment to measure and map precipitation from their backyard, workplace or school. Data are used by researchers, scientists and meteorologists all over the world.

Event/Activity Details

Target Populations:

College Students, Continuing Education, Graduate Students or Post Docs, High School Students, K-5 Students, Middle School Students, The Public

Program Type:

Larger/encompassing several smaller opportunities

Instructional Delivery Methods:

Data Collection

Participation Fees:

Paid Program

Description of Fees:

$30 - $40

Collaboration Opportunities

New members of the target population(s) can get involved / participate in the program.
CSU researchers can collaborate with research or evaluation.
CSU researchers can collaborate with programming or practical implementation.

CSU at National Western Center Theme:


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Primary Contact

Noah Newman
Noah Newman
Atmospheric Science

Contact Information

(970) 491-8545
Email Noah Newman

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