Tiny microbes called phytoplankton live beneath the ocean’s surface, producing oxygen that is essential to human survival. A new study sheds light on how these all-important diatoms survive and thrive under difficult conditions.
Marie DeNoia Aronsohn, Author at State of the Planet
The American Geophysical Union, the world’s largest earth and space science society, made the announcement on Thursday morning.
The American Geophysical Union honors the outstanding work of three scientists from Columbia’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Lamont-Doherty researchers will use the grant to enhance a sample identification system that makes scientific results more reproducible.
Researchers from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory are exploring how volcanic inputs are influencing ocean health in Hawaii.
Rising temperatures and humidity could make summers unbearable in the southeastern U.S. and beyond, according to a study published in December.
Alexandria Ang takes home the prestigious recognition for her research on a climate change-driven algae whose greenish blooms plague the Arabian Sea.
Alexandria Ang, a former intern at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, will present her scientific discoveries for a chance to win some major prizes.
A new study explores what it will take for the iconic tropical tree to expand into areas that have long been too cold for palm trees to survive.
A generous donation from leading geoscience firm CGG Inc. will advance the research capacities of the Langseth research ship.