Scientists have spotted mature jellyfish under the Arctic sea ice, where they aren’t supposed to be.
Arctic Sea Ice Ecosystem
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Andrew Juhl||Lamont Associate Research Professor||Plankton ecology, Phytoplankton growth and physiology, Zooplankton grazing, Harmful algae, Dinoflagellate blooms, Physical/biological interactions, Nutrient/microbial pollution of coastal waters, Sea-ice algae|
October 23, 2017
June 27, 2017
A warming climate is not just melting the Arctic’s sea ice; it is stirring the remaining ice faster, increasing the odds that ice-rafted pollution will foul a neighboring country’s waters, says a new study.
December 09, 2016
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation announced a $3.7 million grant to Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory to support research that couples state-of-the-art geophysical observations from unmanned aerial systems with a community-engaged research approach to bridge scientific and indigenous understanding of sea ice change in the Alaskan Arctic.
|Sea Ice Decline in the Arctic: An Ocean Mechanism||Earth Science Colloquium|