Brad Udall is a Senior Water and Climate Research Scientist/Scholar at CSU’s Colorado Water Institute. He was written extensively on climate change and the water cycle in the American West and especially on the Colorado River. He has participated in International, U.S. and State Climate Change Assessments.
Scott Denning is a Professor in CSU’s Atmospheric Sciences Department, the largest university department of its kind in the U.S. He’s been on the faculty at CSU for more than 20 years. His teaching and research interests include biogeochemical cycles with an emphasis on the carbon cycle, climate and global change, and land-atmosphere interaction. Scott does significant outreach to the public on climate change issues.
Nolan Doesken served as Colorado’s State Climatologist for 12 years from 2006 to 2017. He previously was the Assistant State Climatologist.
Becky Bolinger is now the Assistant State Climatologist at the Colorado Climate Center (within CSU’s department of Atmospheric Science). Dr. Bolinger received her B.S. in meteorology from Metro State University of Denver, M.S. in meteorology from Florida State University, and her Ph.D. in atmospheric science from Colorado State University. Her research interests are focused on Colorado’s climate variability, climate extremes, and drought.
Peter Goble currently works as a research associate at Colorado State University. He specializes in drought information and climate services. Much of his research is focused on surface water balance, studying the interplay between precipitation, evapotranspiration, and soil moisture. Peter received his bachelor's degree in meteorology from the University of Northern Colorado in 2012, and his master's degree in atmospheric science from Colorado State University in 2016.