New labs take a while to set up but now his is, Dave McGee is one happy paleoclimatologist.
Research shows the success of a bacterial community depends on its shape.
MIT Darwin Group Research shows that carbon storage in Arctic Ocean is more complex than we knew.
Sara Seager, Class of 1941 Professor, and Chair in the EAPS Program in Planetary Science has been awarded a 2013 MacArthur Fellowship. PAOC congratulations on this highly deserved prestigious honor.
With global warming, a study by Kerry Emanuel finds, tropical cyclones may become more frequent and intense
Read all about oceanography in EAPS, meet atmospheric chemistry graduate student Sarvesh Garimella, review member news and more in the Spring issue of EAPSpeaks
Shaenna Berlin, Allison Wing, Tim Cronin, Katherine French, Laura Meredith and Malte Jansen PAOC's award winners
A new study by atmospheric chemist Dan Cziczo and collaborators find cirrus clouds form around mineral dust and metallic particles.
MIT researchers explore the possible consequences of expanding biofuels.
According to a new study co-authored by Susan Solomon, as the planet warms, not only do Earth's climate zones keep shifting, they actually shift at an accelerating pace giving species inhabiting each zone less time to adapt.