Lamont scientist Rosanne D'Arrigo discusses the global impact on climate from Iceland's Laki volcano eruption in 1783-84.
Discusses study led by Lamont scientist Brendan Buckley.
Discusses new study led by LDEO scientist Brendan Buckley.
At that rate, a larva could be wafted about 300 kilometers in a month, said Andreas Thurnherr, a physical oceanographer at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, N.Y. He and a colleague reported analyses of currents along the East Pacific Rise at the meeting on the same day as Mullineaux’s presentation.
Basalt formations off the East Coast of the U.S. could suck up a billion tons of carbon dioxide, according to a new study. Paleontologist Paul Olsen, of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, explains how to get the CO2 into the rocks, and why scientists believe it won't leak out.
Much discussion of the Climategate e-mails has centered on tricking tree ring data that may not confirm global warming. Quotes LDEO scientist Roseanne D’Arrigo and discusses her tree ring work in Alaska.