External News Listing
Energy Wire, December 05
Work by Lamont-Doherty seismologists in 2012 that linked earthquakes in Ohio to underground wastewater injection wells cited.
Scientists Call For Early Warning System For Sudden Climate Change Impacts
Climate Wire, December 04
Though average temperatures may slowly creep higher over the coming century, changes in some places may come faster than societies can adapt. Lamont's Jerry McManus comments on a new National Research Council Report.
From Computer Models To Calendar Models, These Climate Scientists Are Workin' It
Tree Hugger, December 04
Climate models! A bad pun becomes bright new way to talk about climate change.
New Wall Calendar Humanizes Science
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 Threaten 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.