What happens when particles in the atmosphere, especially manufactured ones, interact with water vapor and temperature to form clouds in a changing climate?
Susan Solomon shares the 2012 Vetlesen Prize with French geochemist Jean Jouzel...
MIT WHOI Joint Program graduate student Meagan Gonneea is a chemical oceanographer interested in groundwater...
DIMES researchers hope that their data on ocean mixing may provide the missing ingredients to ocean climate models...
The top of the world is warming. The ice cap is in retreat... What's happening? How do we know? Why does it matter? Last week's mini-conference 'Watching the Arctic Melt - Adventures in Polar Oceanography' sponsored by Oceans at MIT.
Graduate student Renyu Hu is interested in a range of planetary science problems from characterizing terrestrial exoplanet atmospheres and surfaces to analyzing Mars orbiter data.
In this MIT News video, Patrick Heimbach describes his work and the discovery of a feedback between sea ice and ocean that has helped improve Arctic ice extent forecasting.
Professor of Geobiology Roger Summons talks to Astrobiology Magazine about his work with SAM, NASA's Sample Analysis at Mars Prioject.
This year's John Carlson Lecture was given by Royal Society Professor of Climate Physics at UK's Oxford University, Tim Palmer.
Atmospheric chemist Susan Solomon finds hope in past environmental challenges.