Fidelity fund manager and Lorenz Center benefactor, John H. Carlson (X!X), talks to SoS about life as a student in Meteorology
Dan Rothman and Sam Bowring (EAPS) have identified a new timescale that may help scientists home in on the end-Permian extinction’s likely causes.
Follow grad. student Anita Ganesan's blog. Anita is currently in Darjeeling, India, installing the instrument she has built to measure long-lived greenhouse gases.
Grad students Laura Meredith and Anita Ganesan are currently in Darjeeling, India, deploying Anita's gas chromatograph.
Find out how a game, co-developed by Noelle Selin, can teach people about the role of science in international environmental policy making
An arrival and a departure.
Researchers identify physical explanation for why phytoplankton blooms explode along ocean fronts.
If you missed last week's Lorenz Center sponsored inaugural Carlson lecture, here is a recording.
How far can wind power go toward reducing global carbon emissions from electricity production?