From an early age, David Lobell was prepared well by schools in Port Washington, NY
Comprehensive computer modeling by Noah Diffenbaugh and colleagues finds that global warming will lead to increases on storm days in parts of the U.S.
Senior Caitlin Woolsey filed a report with Sitka radio station KCAW about the Earth Sciences Sophomore College experience
The sometimes harrowing and always fascinating mountaineering adventures of paleoclimate researcher and PhD candidate Hari Mix are chronicled in the latest Gen Anthro podcasts.
Chris Field joined a panel on the here and now of climate change in the Golden State.
Page Chamberlain named a fellow of the American Geophysical Union
for his pioneering application of stable isotopes across the geophysical
If trend continues at rapid pace, it will place significant stress on global terrestrial ecosystems
Grad student Cassandra Brooks blogs about deliberations to protect the pristine Southern Ocean
Unique guttural howls provide an unrivaled glimpse into the heart of a volcanic eruption
Field recognized for "significantly increasing our knowledge of how life on Earth responds to climate change and what reactions can be anticipated between the biosphere and the atmosphere".
To prevent coal reefs around the world from dying off, deep cuts in carbon dioxide emissions are required, according to a study by scientists from Carnegie, Stanford and Institut Pierre Simon Laplace. (Photo: NOAA)
Committee including Assistant Prof. Noah Diffenbaugh says that tax policies targeting emissions directly could make substantial contribution to meeting climate change objectives
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