Environmental Geoscience News
Study by Dr. Shepson finds potentially harmful effects of natural gas
Although burning natural gas is much cleaner than coal or oil, methane (which is mostly what natural gas consists of) has the potential to be even more damaging over the short term than coal or oil if it isn't handled properly, says Dr. Paul Shepson.
EAPS Graduate Student Awarded Fellowship from National Science Foundation
EAPS graduate student Wendell Walters has been awarded a fellowship from the National Science Foundation for his upcoming postdoctoral research.
Prof. Zhuang awarded for research
The University's annual Faculty Awards Convocation included recognition of Professor Qianlai Zhuang.
Prof. Frisbee studies local effects of water scarcity
Assistant Professor Marty Frisbee is researching water sources at home to improve water sustainability abroad.
Purdue watershed research featured on 'Bioenergy' cover
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences Department Head Indrajeet Chaubey, and his team's work on watershed, was featured on the cover of Global Change Biology's journal Bioenergy.