Noelle Selin, along with a team of ten MIT graduate students, will present scientific results to negotiators in Geneva next week.
Stephanie Dutkiewisz is promoted to PRS
Grad student Colin Pike Thackray is project winner of this year's Quantifying Uncertainty class, 12.S990 led by Sai Ravela.
Dan Rothman and his group find a common angle and tipping point of branching river valley networks.
Mick Follows receives award to pursue high-risk research in marine microbial ecology.
Alan Plumb, receives the 2012 Jules G. Charney Award of the American Meteorological Society.
Adam Schlosser and co-workers develop tool to assess regional risks of climate change, potential impacts on local infrastructure and planning.
Atmospheric chemist Susan Solomon finds hope in past environmental challenges.
Former Ferrari Group postdoc John Taylor (now a University Lecturer, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, UK) worked with Roman Stocker (CEE) in this study showing if you’re a microbe floating in the ocean, there’s no single best strategy for getting food.
Whenever there’s an extreme weather event, from a hurricane to a record drought, the question always arises: Is it climate change? Kerry Emanuel told NPR's Here & Now program that it’s hard to know for sure, but it is clear that as coastal waters warm up, storms will carry more rain, due to the added water vapor.