External News Listing
Huffington Post, April 17
Quotes Lamont Director Sean Solomon.
Assessing Resilience Planning: Is The City Preparing Smartly For The Rising Risk
Gotham Gazette, April 16
Quotes Klaus Jacob.
Pacific Current Change Slowed Global Warming
Scientific American, April 15
The extra ocean heat is coming from the atmosphere, said Braddock Linsley, an oceanographer at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University and lead author of the study.
California Drought May Be Cyclical Pattern, But Concerns Remain High
Examiner.com, April 15
Interview with Richard Seager.
California's History Of Drought Repeats
New York Times, April 13
"What we're seeing is nudging up to being comparable to some of the megadroughts,” said Richard Seager, a climate scientist at Lamont-Doherty"
The Pacific Ocean May Have Entered A New Warm Phase
And The Consequences Could Be Dramatic , April 10
Braddock Linsley, a scientist at Columbia's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory who has been studying the southern hemisphere ramifications of the southern hemisphere ramifications of the PDO, similarly warns that it is “not like a clock.