Marie DeNoia Aronsohn, Author at State of the Planet

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Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Designated a Clean Air Campus

The award from the New York State Department of Transportation recognizes Lamont’s electric shuttle buses, bike-friendly engineering, and more.

by |October 17, 2018
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Every (Fifth) Breath We Take: Friends of Phytoplankton and Why They Matter

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.

by |August 16, 2018
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AGU Names Three Earth Institute Scientists as 2018 Fellows

The American Geophysical Union, the world’s largest earth and space science society, made the announcement on Thursday morning.

by |August 9, 2018
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AGU Recognizes Lamont Scientists With Section Awards

The American Geophysical Union honors the outstanding work of three scientists from Columbia’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.

by |July 31, 2018
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Sloan Foundation Grant Will Help Support Open and Transparent Science

Lamont-Doherty researchers will use the grant to enhance a sample identification system that makes scientific results more reproducible.

by |July 20, 2018
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Columbia Team Helps Investigate Algae Bloom Near Kilauea Eruption

Researchers from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory are exploring how volcanic inputs are influencing ocean health in Hawaii.

by |July 18, 2018
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If You Think This Summer’s Heat Waves Are Bad, Just Wait for the Future

Rising temperatures and humidity could make summers unbearable in the southeastern U.S. and beyond, according to a study published in December.

by |July 17, 2018

Former Lamont-Doherty Intern Takes Home Fourth Place In Intel Science Fair

Alexandria Ang takes home the prestigious recognition for her research on a climate change-driven algae whose greenish blooms plague the Arabian Sea.

by |May 25, 2018
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Bronx High School Student is a Finalist in Intel Science Fair

Alexandria Ang, a former intern at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, will present her scientific discoveries for a chance to win some major prizes.

by |April 10, 2018
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Palm Trees Are Spreading Northward. How Far Will They Go?

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.

by |March 19, 2018