The archival papers of Warren M. Washington, covering the period 1963-2012, document his scientific, professional, and advisory activities, as well as his significant contributions to diversity issues, particularly the enhancement of opportunities for people of color in science.
This online exhibit traces the beginning of NCAR and its iconic Mesa Laboratory through original photographs, documents, films, and oral history interviews.
A memorium to Joachim Kuettner, "the eminent researcher, administrator, field project leader, and glider pilot, highlighting his accomplishments and research from his seven-decade career.
This time capsule was sealed in 2010, during NCAR's 50th anniversary celebration and provides a snapshot of how we conduct science, what we know about Earth and our environment, and how we used scientific tools to make future predictions. The time capsule will be opened in 2035.
The UCAR's Beginnings digital collection contains more than 60 original documents created during the infancy of UCAR and NCAR, including important correspondence and official meeting minutes.
To celebrate the High Altitude Observatory's 75th anniversary, the NCAR Archives is pleased to present the HAO Online Exhibit. The Archives holds a large collection of historical HAO records, including Walter Orr Roberts' handwritten logbooks, early newsletters and reports from the Climax Observatory, and hundreds of photographs.
The NCAR Archives are open year round, Monday through Thursday, from 8:30-4:00. The archivist offers reference and information services for all users. If you would like to visit the Archives, please contact us 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment.
The Archives are located at the Mesa Lab in Boulder, CO. View directions and a map.