External News Listing
New Scientist, January 28
"It looks like most of their extreme La Niñas are the ocean sloshing back after extreme El Niños," says Mark Cane from LDEO.
Snowstorm's Forecast Was Mostly Right, Even If It Felt Wrong In New York
New York Times, January 27
"In the big picture, this was not a bad forecast," said Adam Sobel, an atmospheric scientist at Columbia University, who agreed that the meteorologists were not too far off.
A Blizzard Is Coming
Wnyc Brian Lehrer, January 26
Interview with Lamont scientist Adam Sobel.
When The Atmosphere 'goes Bananas,' Wildfires Do Too
High Country News, January 26
Lamont's Park Williams explains how an atmospheric parameter known as vapor pressure deficit is helping to kill off trees in the American Southwest.
Surprise Lake Sheds Light On Underbelly Of Greenland Ice
Climate Central, January 23
Meltwater funneling into a lake below Greenland's ice could be speeding the flow of ice to the sea, says a new study in Nature coauthored by Lamont's Robin Bell.
British Volcanologist Wins Earth Sciences 'nobel' Prize
The Conversation, January 20
Profile of 2015 Vetlesen Prize recipient Stephen Sparks.