Atmospheric Science

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Atmospheric Science News

Reconstruction of past climate provides clues about future climate change
Greenhouse gases were the main driver of climate throughout the warmest period of the past 66 million years, providing insight into the drivers behind long-term climate change.

Watch the Installation of a New X-band Teaching and Research Radar
Dr. Robin Tanamachi recorded a time-lapse video of the installation of the new X-band teaching and research radar.

Inside EAPS, Spring 2018
Read the latest issue of our departmental newsletter.

Farewell Reception to Celebrate Dr. Shepson's Career
EAPS Distinguished Professor Dr. Paul Shepson has accepted a position at Stony Brook University as Dean of the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, marking the next step of his exciting career.

EAPS Undergraduate Student Awarded NOAA Hollings Scholarship
Students choose their majors for any number of reasons. They may think primarily about expected salary, where they might live, or long-term career prospects. While those prospects are all positive for atmospheric science, sophomore Abby Sebol has her sights on yet another aspect of the major. Of the possible careers she considered in the sciences, she was drawn to the societal impact of working in atmospheric science.


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