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Thursday, Sep 12, 2013

New research led by Malin PInsky, a former postdoctoral researcher in EEB and now an assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Rutgers, shows the first evidence that sea creatures consistently keep pace with "climate velocity," or the speed and direction in which changes such as ocean temperature move. ...

Wednesday, Jul 31, 2013

The American Geophysical Union's (AGU) first Science for Solutions Award  has been awarded to Sol Hsiang, a postdoc in AOS Associated Faculty Member Michael Oppenheimer's group and the STEP program...

Friday, Jul 26, 2013

AOS Postdoctoral Research Associate and CICS Scientist Sarah Kapnick is the lead author of a new study in the Journal of Climate that showcases the ability of the new high-resolution CM2.5 GFDL model for simulating snow variables.

Friday, Jul 26, 2013

AOS Research Scholar Massimo Bollasina is the lead author of a recent study that examines the impact of the late 20th century increase of anthropogenic aerosols on the onset of the Indian summer monsoon.  The research team included Yi Ming, a lecturer in the Department of Geosciences and the AOS Program, and...

Tuesday, Jun 25, 2013

In a recent study, a team of researchers led by former AOS postdoc Takeshi Doi simulated the response of sea surface temperature (SST) in the Atlantic Hurricane Main Development Region (MDR) to a doubling of CO2, using a cutting-edge global high-resolution coupled model developed at GFDL (CM2.5).  The study, published online in...

Sunday, Jun 9, 2013

AOS Alums Daniele Bianchi and Eric Galbraith collaborated with AOS Postdoc Allison Smith, GFDLResearcher Charlie Stock, and McGill Doctoral Student David Carozza on a recent paper that reveals how migrating animals add new depth to how the ocean 'breathes.'  The paper was...

Saturday, Jun 1, 2013

Congratulations to AOS Postdoctoral Research Fellow Martin Jucker on winning first prize at the Princeton Art of Science 2013 Exhibit on May 10, 2013.  The exhibit consists of 43 images of artistic merit created during the course of scientific research.  Martin's winning image "East-West, West-East" can be found ...

Tuesday, Apr 23, 2013

With Global climate change expected to alter the ocean’s biological productivity with implications for fisheries and climate, a recent study examines the factors challenging our ability to detect long-term trends in ocean chlorophyll.   The study highlights the importance of maintaining continuous, climate-quality satellite data records for...

Wednesday, Mar 27, 2013

Tropical explosive volcanism is one of the most important natural factors that significantly impact the climate system and the carbon cycle on annual to multi-decadal time scales.  A team of reseachers, led by AOS Postdoctoral Research Associate Thomas Frölicher, determine for the first time the extent to which initial...

Tuesday, Mar 26, 2013

A team of researchers led by AOS Associate Research Scholar Jingqiu Mao use a fully coupled chemistry-climate model (GFDL AM3) to demonstrate the nonlinear effect of biomass burning strength on radiative forcing in a recent study published in Geophysical Research Letters.

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