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ASP-Advanced Study Program/NCAR


National Center for Atmospheric Research
PO Box 3000
Boulder, CO USA 80307


Paula Fisher
Administrator ,ASP
Tel: 303.497.1328
FAX: 303.497.1646

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The Advanced Study Program (ASP) is unique in its encompassing support of NCAR goals and objectives. The ASP mission, broadly defined, is to help NCAR and the scientific communities it serves prepare for the future. We work across scientific disciplines in support of other NCAR units with these objectives:

  • to encourage the development of early career scientists in fields related to atmospheric science;
  • to direct attention to timely scientific areas needing special emphasis;
  • to help organize new science initiatives;
  • to support interactions with universities;
  • to promote continuing education at NCAR.

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