External News Listing
Science Friday, September 19
Lamont climate scientist Peter deMenocal and activist Bill McKibben detail their reasons for marching on Sept. 21.
Students Kill Invasive ‘phrag’
National Geographic, September 19
National Geographic follows Lamont researcher Bob Newton and his high school interns into Piermont Marsh where experiments are looking at how to roll back invasive phragmites without chemicals.
A Green Blanket On The Arabian Sea
New York Times, September 16
More coverage of Helga Gomes and Joaquim Goes' study in Nature Communications.
Fall Bucket List: 38 Things Not To Miss
(rockland, Ny) Journal News, September 14
Young scientists of the world, unite! The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades will hold its annual open house on Oct. 11.
Scientists Use Air Guns Off N.c. To Study Continental Rift
Virginian Pilot, September 13
Scientists plan to profile the ocean bottom off the Outer Banks using sonic blasts to learn more about how the continents broke apart millions of years ago.
Report: Trees In Trouble In The West
(montana) Great Falls Tribune, September 10
Cites climate research by Lamont's Park Williams.