Since 1991, the world's oceans have absorbed an amount of heat energy each year that is 150 times greater than the energy humans produce as electricity annually, suggesting that Earth is more sensitive to fossil-fuel emissions than we knew, according to a study by...
In an interview with the Hindustan Times, V. Balaji, head, Modeling System Group, AOS/GFDL, talks about climate science, modeling systems and his views on how the Anthropocene age is unfolding.
AOS Faculty Member Gabe Vecchi quoted in a Washington Post article on the rapid intensification of recent hurricanes like Michael as they make landfall.
New research that looks at the devastating 2017 Atlantic hurricane season projects that if similar weather conditions occur in the future, it’s likely that the number of major hurricanes (category 3 and higher) would increase by two in a similar active year at the end of century.
Congratulations to Spencer Clark, an AI (Assistant in Instruction) in ENV/GEO 367, on receiving the 2018 Arnold Guyot Graduate Student Teaching Prize. The prize is awarded for excellence in instruction, contribution to curriculum and overall contribution to...
Friday, September 21
5:00pm in Hargraves Glade (behind Eno Hall)
GEO/AOS faculty, students, and staff are all invited! Join us for catered food, drinks, and good company while enjoying the outside beauty of Princeton's Campus.
POC: Sheryl Robas
AOS Graduate Student Shiv Priyam Raghuraman is among the ten Ph.D.
A recent study published in the Journal of Climate and led by former AOS Postdoc Kieran Bhatia (BP Sunbury, Greater London), who conducted the research while at Princeton, shows that we have a lot to worry about when it comes to changing hurricanes...
The AOS Program extends a warm welcome to its newest members -- Graduate Students Allison Hogikyan (advised by Laure Resplandy and Stephan Fueglistaler) and Lingwei (Liv) Meng (advised by Steve Garner)!
The Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica is regarded by scientists as a large and crucial absorber of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.