Authored by Lamont graduate research fellow Alejandra Borunda.
Lamont scientist Peter deMenocal discusses the fundamental principles that are used to study the climate and talks about the ongoing "non-Winter" Winter weather.
Mentions the work of Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.
Coauthored by Lamont scientist Maureen Raymo; describes Lamont core repository data project.
Quotes Lamont scientist Park Williams.
Quotes Park Williams, a bioclimatologist at Lamont-Doherty.
Quotes Chris Scholz, a seismologist at Lamont–Doherty Earth Observatory.
Quotes Lamont scientist Maureen Raymo.
Quotes Robert Newton, an oceanographer at Lamont–Doherty Earth Observatory.
Features Lamont scientist Peter deMenocal and the Center for Climate and Life.
PETER DEMENOCAL: The United States I think has the best organized and some of the top talent in climate science and engineering in the world. You know, the concern is that that brain trust, that amazing compendium of knowledge that we have right now is going to disappear because it's really hard-earned.
Quotes Lamont scientist Hugh Ducklow on Antarctic research location.
Jason Smerdon, a climate scientist with the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, said the record temperature rise — for the third year in a row — is confirmation the earth is warming, and humans are causing it.
Quotes Richard Seager, a climate scientist at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Cites Peter deMenocal of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Quotes David Gallo, who helped find Air France Flight 447 at the bottom of the Atlantic in 2011 and who is now senior advisor for strategic initiatives at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Video interview with Robin Bell who was recently elected president of the American Geophysical Union.
Lamont graduate student Kira Olsen and Meredith Nettles report that glacial earthquakes in Greenland, a measure of ice loss from the leading edges of glaciers, increased in frequency by a factor of four over the period 1992-2013.
Suzana Camargo comments on a report that during times of frequent Atlantic hurricanes, climate conditions tend to weaken storms that approach the U.S. east coast, whereas during times of less frequent tropical storms, major hurricanes approaching the U.S. are likely to intensify before making landfall.
Scientists are expected to announce that 2016 was the hottest year on Earth since record-keeping began in 1880 — news that will test national, state and economic leadership on climate change. “The climate system gives not a hoot about politicians in Washington denying the reality of human-driven climate change — but it does respond to decisions on energy, fuels and the environment those politicians make,” Lamont's Richard Seager said.