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The Southwest and central Great Plains will dry out even more than previously thought.
The Southwest and central Plains will experience a dry weather shift 35 years from now, a NASA, Cornell and Columbia study said.
Quotes Mark Cane.
Article on Lamont-Doherty collaboration features adjunct scientist Juerg Matter.
The only surviving member of the sub-panel, Wallace Broecker, geology professor at Columbia University's Earth Institute, said by telephone he does...
Even small changes in sea levels-which affect the weight sitting on top of volcanoes-are enough to influence underwater eruptions, says a new study.
Quotes glaciologist Tim Creyts of LDEO on the Gamburtsev Subglacial Mountains.
Video with Lamont scientist Bob Newton comments on science behind the TV drama.
Klaus Jacob, a geophysicist at Columbia University who studies climate change's impact on infrastructure, said the move is risky and short-sighted.
Quotes Lamont director Sean Solomon.
Article on study led by Lamont adjunct Yan Zheng.
Quotes research conducted by Dr. Meredith Nettles.
"It really wasn't a bad forecast, in the big picture," said Adam Sobel, an atmospheric scientist at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades.
RedOrbit sits down with Columbia professor and author Adam Sobel to discuss Hurricane Sandy and the future impact of climate change on storms.
Quotes Lamont scientist Park Williams
Article on work by Lamont scientist Park Williams
Quotes Lamont scientist John Armbruster.
Discusses study by Lamont scientists Joaquim Goes and Helga do Rosario Gomes
"It looks like most of their extreme La Niñas are the ocean sloshing back after extreme El Niños," says Mark Cane from LDEO.
Quotes Lamont scientist Adam Sobel