Ithacation is the biannual newsletter published by CCAMS with articles from our students. First published in the fall of 1999, Ithacation covers everything from atmospheric science-related experiences to deep dives into atmospheric phenomena, as well as fun games and illustrations. Physical copies are available at Cornell.


Fall 2021 (Volume 22, Issue 1)

  • 2021-2022 Winter Forecast, by Rohan Shroff ’24
  • Machine Learning in Atmospheric Science: The Need for Transparency and Trust, by Joshua Pan ’23
  • The 2011 Groundhog Day Blizzard, by Erik Anderson ’25
  • The Greenlandic Cold Blob Anomaly, by Samuel Jurado ’25
  • A Recap of the Texas Valentine’s Day Winter Storm, by Henning Schade, ’25
  • Interning with the Weather Prediction Center Through the Lapenta Program, by Harrison Tran ’22
  • Ten years ago, a reminder of the New England power grid’s frailty, by Jacob Feuerstein ’23
  • Complex Disaster – Alabama’s 2014 Winter Storm, by Benjamin Moose ’25
  • Weather Word Search 2021, by Kinen Kao ‘2

Fall 2020 (Volume 21, Issue 1)

  • NYC’s Forgettable 2019-20 Winter Season, by Kaiden Sookdar ’24
  • Severe Weather Safety, by Ethan Greeburg ’23
  • Gray Skies Over Ithaca, by Harrison Tran ’22
  • Coding a Simulation of Atmospheric Refraction, by Joshua Pan ’23
  • A Summer at the National Hurricane Center, by Aidan Mahoney ’22
  • Terminal Doppler Weather Radars, by Everest Litchford ’23
  • A Summer as a Lapenta Intern, by Julia Christopolous ’23