News - 2016

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2016

Congratulations to Junyi Chai who successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis "Understanding Geostrophic Turbulence in a Hierarchy of Models" on June 21, 2016.

Monday, Jun 20, 2016

A recent study led by AOS Faculty Member Tom Delworth examines how a natural atmospheric force -- the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) -- may be changing currents in the North Atlantic.  The study suggests that variations in the NAO can drive...

Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016

In early spring, the University of Florida (UF) awarded Knox Taylor Professor of Geosciences George Philander, an AOS faculty member, an Honorary Doctor of Marine Science degree.  He accepted his award at the University’s commencement ceremony held at the USF Sun Dome on Sat. May 7, 2016.

Friday, Jun 10, 2016

Join AOS graduate students and postdocs from Wednesday, July 13 through Friday, July 15 at GFDL for "Tropical Dynamics" -- the fourth annual AOS Program Workshop.  The workshop will bring together leading experts of observations, modeling, and theories...

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

A new study coauthored by Vince Saba, an AOS visiting research collaborator, underscores the value of combining studies for regional analyses of sea turtle biology with large spatial and temporal scales.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Congratulations to Geeta Persad who successfully defended her Ph.D. Thesis "Climate Implications of the Heterogeneity of Anthropogenic Aerosol Forcing" on May 9, 2016.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

The negative effects of climate change on the world's children and possible responses brought together two Princeton researchers from very different fields to contribute to the new issue of The Future of Children, a journal that promotes effective policies and programs for children.

Thursday, Apr 28, 2016

Congratulations go out to a former graduate student of the AOS Program, Ilissa Seroka (Ocko), who recently won the NASA FameLab USA Final competition.

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016

To bridge the gap between projections of future sea-level rise and the need to prepare for it, Michael Oppenheimer, an AOS associated faculty member, and collaborators developed a method that consolidates climate models and the range of opinions that leading scientists have about them into a single, consistent set of...

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016

The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment just released its latest Energy Technology Distillate, a report titled, “Fusion Energy via Magnetic Confinement.”  The authors are Robert Socolow,  professor emeritus and full-time member of...

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