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Friday, Nov 1, 2013

CICS Scientist Eric Wood, a professor in CEE, and his research team have developed a drought monitoring and forecast system for sub-Saharan Africa.  full story

Friday, Nov 1, 2013

The Princeton Women in Geosciences (PWiGS) initiative is presently underway in the AOS Program and Geosciences Department (GEO).  The primary mission of the PWiGS initiative is to increase the retention and boost the morale of women in the Earth Sciences through the development of an active peer network and the fostering of...

Friday, Oct 25, 2013

AOS Director Jorge Sarmiento discusses the mystery surrounding the Southern Ocean in a Trenton Times article published Friday, October 25, 2013.  “Why the Southern Ocean?” Sarmiento explains the curiosity that drives his research.  ...

Tuesday, Oct 1, 2013

AOS Associate Research Scholar Jingqiu Mao is the lead author of a new study that presents a new isoprene oxidation mechanism for global models with extensive evaluations.  With this validated mechanism, the authors show the importance of biosphere on nitrogen export from the U.S.

Saturday, Sep 28, 2013

Michael Oppenheimer, geoscientist and AOS associated faculty member, discusses the Sept. 27th release of the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on climate Change.

Friday, Sep 27, 2013

The breaking of low-mode internal waves at sloping topography is the focus of a new study by AOS Faculty Member Sonya Legg.  The study examines where internal waves break, relative to the topography, and where the mixing is distributed.  According to Legg, the Internal Wave Driven Mixing Climate Process Team will use this...

Monday, Sep 23, 2013

AOS Postdoc Carolina Dufour is the lead author of a recent study that takes a first step into quantifying the role of mesoscale eddies in the response of the Southern Ocean natural air-sea CO2 flux to the intensification of westerlies.

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.

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