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  • Among the 14 recipients of the MIT School of Science 2016 Infinite Kilometer award was EAPS Principal Research Scientist Sai Ravela.

  • John Marshall, the Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Oceanography, recently accepted the American Meteorological Society’s 2016 Haurwitz Prize for his “seminal contributions to atmospheric, oceanic, and climate dynamics and the creation of innovative modeling tools and educational resources.”

  • Kerry Emanuel, the Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Meteorology at MIT, recently gave the 2015 Bjerknes Lecture at the annual American Geophysical Union conference in San Francisco, California. The AGU recognized Emanuel for his “outstanding contributions to the fundamental understanding of tropical cyclones, convection, and weather and climate sciences.”

  • On January 27, leading researchers from across MIT will come together to discuss one of the most pressing issues of our time—climate change. 

  • Artist Tomás Saraceno and MIT scientists join forces to confront climate crisis at UN conference.

  • Earlier this year, graduate students and faculty from MIT’s Program in Atmospheres, Oceans, and Climate traveled to our nation’s capital on a mission to build relationships with policymakers on both sides of the aisle.

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January 4, 2016
PAOC's own Principle Research Scientist Sai Ravela is among the honorees. more
January 4, 2016
New study from Selin group finds benefits from international regulations may double those of domestic policy. more

publications

Atmos. Chem. Phys., Vol. 14, pp. 6003-6019
Garimella, S. and Huang, Y. W. and Seewald, J. S. and Cziczo, D. J. (2014)
Nature Communications, Vol. 5, Article 4299
Vallina, S. M. and Follows, M. J. and Dutkiewicz, S. and Montoya, J. M. and Cermeno, P. and Loreau, M. (2014)
Tellus A 2015, 67, 27385, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusa.v67.27385
Liang, X and C. Wunsch (2015)