Livescience, December 03
"We really wanted to push the climate models pun and have them modeling," said Lamont's Rebecca Fowler. "We just felt like that would be a more effective means of communication, and they were all happy to do it."
Could Weakening Winds Impact Pacific Northwest's Water?
Climate Wire, December 02
A new study in Science attributes declines in mountain stream flow in the Pacific Northwest to a slowing of the westerly winds but Lamont's Richard Seager says the decline might also be due to greater evaporation.
Ways We Can Maintain Water's Integrity
Poughkeepsie Journal, November 30
Lamont-Doherty's permeable paving, which absorbs rainwater where it falls, cited.
Onearth Magazine, November 25
The author measures her exposure to black carbon using a portable air-monitoring device developed by Lamont-Doherty environmental geochemist Steven Chillrud.
Reimagining New York
Pbs Nova, November 21
What will New York City be like 400 years from now? That's the city we should plan for Lamont's Klaus Jacobs tells PBS Nova.
Bloomberg's Legacy: Climate Change And Nyc's Future
Inside Climate News, November 21
"I was realistic enough not to have unrealistic expectations," said Lamont's Klaus Jacob, the geophysicist who served on the city's climate panel and saw his own home flooded by Sandy. "Engineered measures such as sea walls, berms, levees, and raising of structures ... take many years if not decades to finance and implement."