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Scientists affiliated with the Center for Climate and Life are presenting their research at the world’s largest gathering of Earth and space scientists.
Richard Seager and Park Williams, Lamont scientists funded by the Center for Climate and Life are among the researchers on the 2019 Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers list.
A $2.3M grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation will enable scientists to tackle some of the most difficult scientific problems and data challenges in climate data science.
Peter de Menocal, the Center’s director, will talk about climate change and its effects on the economy, sustainability, and global security on December 4 at Lamont-Doherty.
In 2019, two IODP expeditions to learn more about Earth’s climate history sailed under the leadership of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory scientists.
Lamont scientists representing a range of research disciplines and career stages are to receive honors from the internationally influential earth and space science organization.
Peter de Menocal, director of the Center for Climate and Life, and Columbia University climate scientist Kate Marvel spoke with Alec Baldwin about what scientists really understand about the climate and how — and why there’s reason for hope.
Columbia University climate scientists Peter de Menocal, director of the Center for Climate and Life, Radley Horton, and Kate Marvel discuss climate science and solutions.
Storms of intensities seen today, combined with a few meters increase in sea level, were enough to transport massive coastal boulders more than 100,000 years ago.
The better climate models become, the harder it is to use them. A team of Columbia scientists and their colleagues are working to fix that.
Research by geophysicist Christine McCarthy reveals how glaciers move, what makes them speed up, and how they are contributing to sea level rise as the climate warms.
Self-pity is a luxury we can’t afford right now. We need science to inform our actions in a fast-changing world, and we need to keep asking questions.
On May 2, 2017, Lamont-Doherty and the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School co-host a Social Enterprise Leadership Forum.
Changes in the annual summer monsoon that drops rain onto East Asia likely altered the course of early human cultures in China, say the authors of a new study.
23 million years ago, the Antarctic ice sheet was shrinking quickly. A new study by Lamont scientists sheds light on the cause of that ancient melt.