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July 2, 2015 Week 5 Newsletter

RECCS is a summer research internship in critical zone science for Colorado community college students funded by the National Science Foundation and coordinated by CIRES Education Outreach.
For the most recent RECCS happenings, check out our blog

RECCS Intern Spotlight!

This week our featured RECCS intern is Lisa Arvidson. Lisa is teamed up with mentor Imtiaz Rangwala of CIRES/NOAA. Above photo: Lisa at work at the NOAA David Skaggs Research Center.
Lisa Arvidson

Watch Lisa's "elevator speech"!

Research Project: Trends in Observed Daily Summertime Maximum Temperatures in Colorado

Lisa Arvidson was born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado. She attends Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, Colorado. After graduation, she plans on studying environmental communication or environmental economics at Colorado State University. Lisa has always had a love for the environment and nature, and would like to better it as much as possible. She loves hiking and spending a lot of time with her family.
Her research is with Imtiaz Rangwala at NOAA. Throughout the summer she will be looking at extreme daily maximum temperatures, around Colorado, in order to determine if there is a climate change signal.
To support her research, Lisa refers to the Western Water Assessment report Climate Change in Colorado.
Lisa explains the frequency of summer daily high temperatures from nine monitoring stations located in Colorado.

Intern Tips

  • Connect with other interns to support their field research and to broaden your experience in other research projects.
  • The RECCS staff is here to help, please reach out if you have any questions or need any support!

Intern Deadlines

  • July 7: Methods section draft emailed to Bec for feedback
  • July 10: Methods section emailed to mentor
  • Reminder: Complete the NSF questionnaire once you receive it by email

Communication Update


No communication workshop this week, enjoy the 4th of July holiday!

Mentor Tips

  • The RECCS interns have reached the halfway point of their internships this week! Now is a good time to evaluate progress to date and plan the remaining program goals with your intern.
  • Thank you for being a valuable part of the RECCS program and all of your internship support! 
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RECCS is funded by National Science Foundation Grant Award Number 1461281



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