Marie DeNoia Aronsohn, Author at State of the Planet

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Lamont Alumna Receives Prestigious Prize

Susan Trumbore, who earned her Ph.D. at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, is among the recipients of the 2020 Balzan Prize, one of the most prestigious international awards in natural science and humanities.

by |September 18, 2020

New Project Will Create ‘The Internet of Samples’

iSamples will digitalize scientific samples to enable more discoveries and information-sharing.

by |September 10, 2020
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Academics and Activism: Where Global Warming and Racism Meet

A new student-driven course explores race, climate change, and social justice.

by |August 28, 2020
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STEMSEAS: Not Just an Internship, An Adventure

The seagoing expedition program designed to bring diversity to the geosciences goes virtual.

by |August 18, 2020
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Summer Stars Lecture Series Begins With a Message of Hope

In a talk last week, celebrated conservationist and photographer Cristina Mittermeier shared her quest to save the sea.

by |August 3, 2020

Lamont’s Marie Tharp: She Drew the Maps That Shook the World

On the 100th anniversary of her birth, her grit and brilliance are as legendary as her work.

by |July 27, 2020
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What the Forecast for an Active Hurricane Season Means for the Atlantic Region

Climate scientist Suzana Camargo shares some cautionary words.

by |June 4, 2020
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Xiaomeng Jin Uses Satellite Imagery to Track Ozone Formation

Her research as a Ph.D. student at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory has yielded important information for air quality control efforts.

by |May 22, 2020

Shrinking Snowcaps Fuel Harmful Algal Blooms in Arabian Sea

Driven by changing climate, a uniquely resilient organism is taking over the Arabian Sea, disrupting food chains, fisheries, oil refineries and water desalination plants.

by |May 4, 2020

The Promise and Potential of Turning CO2 to Stone

Now that the ‘Solid Carbon’ project has won a spot in the MacArthur foundation’s 100&Change competition, what’s next for carbon capture and storage?

by |February 19, 2020