Scientists like Lamont's Suzanne Carbotte are tapping new technologies to unravel the mysteries of the deep.
Lamont's Marco Tedesco views the Arctic as a systems engineer would. He has been trying to “close the loop” and connect the exceedingly complex interactions that drive the northern climate system, which includes its sea ice, atmosphere and ocean circulations, and land ice.
In this audio podcast, Lamont's Hugh Ducklow, lead researcher for Antarctica's Palmer Station LTER, talks to The Explorers Club about the changing state of our polar regions.
A new analysis of cyclone data and computer climate modeling, led by Lamont's Adam Sobel, Suzana Camargo, Allison Wing and Chia-Ying Lee, indicates that global warming is likely to intensify the destructive power of tropical storms.
Scientific American talks with Lamont's Marco Tedesco, who studies melting on Greenland, about a new project exploring how microorganisms help determine the pace of Arctic melting.