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A University at Buffalo geologist discusses whether seismic signals picked up on the Lamont-Doherty seismic network were related to loud booms heard at about the same time.
Columnist Eric Holthaus compares a recent study led by Lamont's Richard Seager to earlier seemingly contradictory research.
More coverage of NOAA/Richard Seager study.
Quotes study lead author, Lamont's Richard Seager.
Natural weather patterns, not man-made climate change, are the cause of the historic drought that's parching California, says a study led by Lamont's Richard Seager.
More coverage of study led by Lamont's Richard Seager.
A new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration study led by Lamont's Richard Seager shows that the 3-year California drought may have been caused by natural variability and not climate change.
Cites research by Lamont's Richard Seager.
Shallow ocean waters everywhere around Antarctica have warmed steadily for the past 40 years. Lamont's Stan Jacobs comments.
California's rain shortfall isn't unprecedented, but its parched soils are. Researchers blame the heat. Lamont's Park Williams comments.
Lamont's Peter deMenocal comments on a new study finding that CO2 packs most of its warming impact in 10 years.
Cites oceanographic research by Lamont's Stan Jacobs.
Cites Dust Bowl research by Lamont's Richard Seager and Benjamin Cook.
Lamont's Chris Zappa explains how drones have aided data-collection efforts in Antarctica.
Lamont's Adam Sobel writes about the upside to a growing public interest in the jargon of atmospheric science.
Lamont director Sean Solomon receives the National Medal of Science from President Obama on Nov. 20.
Coverage of an ocean acidification study led by Lamont's Taro Takahashi.
Photo slideshow featuring Arctic research by Lamont's Craig Aumack and Andrew Juhl.
Coverage of new ocean acidity maps developed by Lamont's Taro Takahashi and colleagues.
Lamont director Sean Solomon receives the National Medal of Science in a White House ceremony on Nov. 20.