Lamont scientists representing a range of research disciplines and career stages are to receive honors from the internationally influential earth and space science organization.
Marie DeNoia Aronsohn, Author at State of the Planet
Lower air pollution levels saved an estimated 5,660 lives in New York State in 2012, compared to 2002 levels, according to a new study.
The American Meteorological Society will award him the Henry Stommel Research Medal for his research on the Southern Ocean and inter-basin circulation.
At a hearing of the House Science Committee on Thursday, she’ll explain her research and why changing polar ice matters to everyone in America and around the world.
ROSETTA-Ice project reveals that local ocean currents may play a critical role in the ice shelf’s future retreat.
Lamont’s Radley Horton explains that enhanced forecasts and better communication can reduce climate risks and create new economic opportunities.
Ekström’s work spans many facets of global earthquake seismology, from the nature of individual earthquakes and other seismic sources to the large-scale structure of the Earth.
The paleoclimatologist and marine geologist talks about why the miles and miles of marine sediment samples in Lamont’s Core Repository are so important.
New method helps determine how quickly silicates wear down over time, which is key to understanding natural processes that remove CO2 from air.
From polar bears to budget cuts, a climate reporter’s job is never easy. But for some, it’s worth the struggle.