Raymo is a world-renowned marine geologist and climate scientist whose work focuses on the history and causes of past climate change.
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On Wednesday, the State of the Planet blog will be going silent in solidarity with a grassroots movement to eradicate anti-Black racism in academia and STEM.
The Earth Institute empathizes with those directly impacted by recent tragedies, and with everyone in our community experiencing loss, despair and fear. Black lives matter and we stand with the nonviolent protestors.
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A committee has outlined what the U.S. National Science Foundation should focus on over the next decade.
Earth Institute faculty offer their encouragement and advice for the newest crop of graduates who will change the world.
Experts discussed how climate and the coronavirus will affect food supply chains, and how university-led projects such as ACToday can help take on major challenges like these.
The project will boost newsroom capacity to go beyond reporting on disasters after they strike, to envision preventative and adaptive solutions.
Widely considered a screen against contamination, clay layers may actually enhance arsenic leakage into some aquifers, study finds.
In a new study, researchers propose a mechanism for how mega-canyons under northern Greenland’s ice sheet formed: from a series of catastrophic outburst floods that suddenly and repeatedly drained lakes of meltwater.