External News Listing
Bio, May 21
Dorothy Peteet, a paleoclimatologist also affiliated with NASA GISS and Columbia University, has uncovered evidence that shows far more severe droughts have occurred in the Northeast.
Global Warming's 'missing' Heat May Be In The Indian Ocean
Phys.org, May 20
In line with the increases in Pacific winds, measurements by coauthor Arnold Gordon of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory show that flow through the main Indonesian channel, the Makassar Strait, has increased since the early 2000s.
From Granite To Glacier: Rebuilding Antarctica’s Ice Age Past
Medill Reports, May 20
Long-form profile of Lamont geologist Mike Kaplan.
Scientists Find World's Oldest Stone Tools
Cbs News, May 20
Features research by Lamont-Doherty scientist Chris Lepre.
Stone Tool Discovery Pushes Back Dawn Of Culture By 700,000 Years
Guardian, May 20
Features research done by Lamont-Doherty researcher Chris Lepre.
Washington State Declares Drought Emergency With $1.2bn In Crops At Risk
The Guardian, May 16
The droughts in California and Washington are only the beginning, according to a study written by the scientists at the Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Jason Smerdon is quoted.