Angela Ellis | EAPS Development OfficeThis academic year, thanks entirely to the generosity of past and present alumni and friends, we are proud to be supporting 18 graduate students on EAPS fellowships.
Helen Hill | EAPS NewsThis year, the Lorenz Center invited Susan Solomon to give the 7th annual John Carlson Lecture at the New England Aquarium on October 26th, 2017. Professor Solomon talked about past environmental challenges that were successfully overcome and how climate change, as perhaps “the mother” of all environmental challenges, compares.
Lauren HinkelBefore the start of the semester, fourteen incoming first year students joined researchers and students from MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) for a five-day exploration of extreme weather and climate.
Helen Hill for EAPS News and the University of BristolExpert analysis of fossil organic molecules by researchers in the Summons Lab provides palaeontologists with important new insight into how animal soft tissues fossilize and the importance of fats, or lipids, in that process.
University of BristolNew study in Nature Communications finds little growth in India's methane emissions. EAPS Professor Ronald Prinn, a co-author of the study, stresses the need for countries to accurately and transparently quantify their greenhouse gas emissions.
Witze Receives 2016 AGU Journalism Award
AGUAlexandra Witze XII BS '92 received the 2016 David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science Journalism–News at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Honors Ceremony.
AGU Should Sever Its Ties with ExxonMobil
Michael E. Mann, Naomi Oreskes, and Kerry A. EmanuelAGU and its funders should be held to the same standards of evidence-based scrutiny that it expects of the scientists who publish in its own journals.