Earthquake Research at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Science Serving Humankind An Overview of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory World Leader in Earth and Environmental Research and Education
Polar Regions Polar Research at Lamont
Assessing Resilience of Past Societies to Climatic Change The Case of Angkor's 15th Century Collapse and Reorganization
bell.jpg Changes in the Arctic and Antarctic Featuring LDEO scientist Robin Bell
New York's Piermont Marsh A 7,000-year Archive of Climate Change, Human Impact and Uncovered Mysteries
Extreme Science An Antarctic Expedition in Search of Lost Mountains
Tree Rings, Climate Change and the Rainy Season
A Library of Mud NPR Science Friday, Jan. 31, 2009
Carbon Sequestration in Deep-Sea Basalt Lamont Doherty's Earth Science Colloquium
scifribasalt.jpg Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Stone NPR Science Friday, July 18, 2008
Climate is Changing Our Forests and Plants New Evidence from Alaska and Our Own Backyard
A Slippery Slope? The Water World Beneath the Changing Ice Sheets
The Ocean Floor What We Know and How We Know It
Is the Ocean Shrinking? The Earth's Biggest Water Cycle
What Good Are Climate Models? Earth Science Colloquium
From Satellites to Camels In East Africa Studying the Biggest Magmatic Rift Event Ever Seen
A New Era in Ocean Exploration R/V Marcus Langseth
Global Seismicity and Unusual Earthquakes Earth Science Colloquium, 2007

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