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April
14
2014

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April
7
2014

A new study from AGAGE investigators Matt Rigby, Ron Prinn, Diane Ivy and others suggests, without additional limits on their use, synthetic green house gases introduced to replace ozone depleting...read more

March
30
2014

Oceans at MIT attended MIT Water Night 2014 to report on some of the (salty water!) highlights, including nano-technological desalination of seawater, innovative wetland conservation, and ocean carbon cycle research.

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March
27
2014

The Fraser River in western Canada is flowing with tiny time capsules. Inside them is a fascinating history of Earth’s landscape and climate.

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March
5
2014

About 1000 meters down in a remote part of the Atlantic Ocean sits an unusual legacy of humanity’s love affair with the automobile. It’s a huge mass of seawater infused with traces of the toxic metal lead, a...read more

February
24
2014

By the late 1990s, scientists had observed more than two decades of rapid global warming, and expected the warming trend to continue. Instead, despite continuing increases in greenhouse gas emissions, the Earth’s surface temperatures...read more

February
13
2014

IAP course explored the science, economics, and policy of climate change.

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January
28
2014

The Global Young Academy (GYA) is an international group of two hundred young (up to ten years post PhD) scientists selected based on research excellence and commitment to impact. Through GYA, members are linked to the senior...read more

January
21
2014

In many public discussions of climate change, science takes a back seat to political agendas and rhetoric. But 12.340x (Global Warming...read more

January
16
2014

Congratulations to PAOC's Patrick Heimbach and Adam Schlosser, both recently promoted to the rank of Senior Research Scientist.

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