Congratulations to recent AOS Alum Yi Zhang, a former CIMES researcher, on being awarded the 23rd annual Peter B.
AOS Faculty Member Tom Delworth, a GFDL senior scientist, has been selected as the 2021 Bert Bolin awardee and lecturer of the AGU Global Environmental Change section. He will receive the award and present this lecture at AGU’s Fall Meeting 2021, to be held December 13-17 in New Orleans.
Honoring a distinguished career in atmospheric sciences, the American Meteorological Society (AMS) will present V.
Water “blisters” trapped beneath the thick interior of Greenland’s ice sheet could provide critical insight into the hydrological network coursing deep below Earth’s second largest body of ice — and how it might be destabilized by climate change, according to a recent study led by AOS Faculty Member ...
Princeton University and McGill University researchers recently reported in the journal Science that vaccine “nationalism” — wherein countries stockpile COVID-19 vaccine to prioritize access for their citizenry over equitable vaccine sharing — may strongly impact global trajectories of COVID-19 case numbers and increase the potential emergence...
Congratulations to Shiv Priyam Raghuraman who successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis, "Changes in the Satellite-Observed Radiation Budget: Manifestations of Radiative Forcing, Feedbacks, and Internal Variability,” on August 17.
Congratulations to Michelle Frazer who successfully defended her Ph.D.
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