Lamont in the Media

As Wildfires Rage in Canada, Will NYC See Another Smokepocalypse?
New York Post
May 16, 2024
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


What Are the Chances New York Sees Another Smokepocalypse?
New York Magazine
May 14, 2024
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Fires Are Burning Again in Canada
PBS
May 14, 2024
Episode quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt (at 20:40).


How to Prepare for Another Season of Wildfire Smoke
Vox
May 14, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Steven Chillrud.


NYC Releases New Climate Projections: Here's What to Expect
NBC New York
April 30, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


How Deep Does Life Go?
Popular Science
April 25, 2024
Article cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Plate Tectonics Pioneer Challenges the Way Earth Works
Slice of MIT
April 25, 2024
Article features Lamont seismologist Lynne Sykes.


Dispose of Unwanted Drugs In Nyack, Piermont on National Take Back Day
Patch
April 25, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Movie Recycles Old Myths about CO2, Climate Change
AFP
April 24, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch and climate scientist Yochanan Kushnir.


Researchers Working to Keep Microplastics from Laundry Out of Water Supply
NBC News
April 22, 2024
Segment features interviews with Lamont environmental chemist Beizhan Yan and team.


Tackling Microplastic Pollution from Household Laundry
One Green Planet
April 22, 2024
Article features research by Lamont ocean biochemist Joaquim Goes, environmental chemist Beizhan Yan, engineer Nicholas Frearson, and colleagues.


5 NSF Projects Transforming How Researchers Understand Plastic Waste
NSF
April 22, 2024
Article features research by Lamont geochemist Benjamin Bostick.


Antarctica's Active Volcano, Mt Erebus, Spews Gold Worth Rs 5 Lakh Daily; Reaches 1000 km Beyond Site
The Weather Channel India
April 19, 2024
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Conor Bacon.


NJ Earthquake Shook Local Geologists into Action, Sending Them to Precarious Places
NorthJersey.com
April 19, 2024
Article features Lamont researchers Folarin Kolawole, Zachary Foster-Baril, Sean Kinney, John Armbruster, and colleagues.


How Farm Animal Burps Are Fueling Global Warming
Columbia News
April 17, 2024
Interview with Lamont PhD student Catherine Ivanovich.


The Baffin Bay Deglacial Experiment
April 16, 2024
Documentary features LDEO Core Repository and Lamont geological oceanographer Brendan Reilly.


There’s a Volcano in Antarctica Spewing $6,000 Worth of Gold Dust per Day — But You Can’t Get There
New York Post
April 16, 2024
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Conor Bacon.


How Climate Change Could Be Driving 'Killer' Cold Outbreaks in Oceans
CNN
April 15, 2024
Article quotes Lamont biological oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


With New Jersey Earthquake's Fault Still Not Found, Researchers Deploy New Aftershock Sensors
NBC News
April 12, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


USGS Deploys ‘Aftershock Kits’ to Study Whitehouse Station Earthquakes
WRNJ
April 12, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


With 50 Aftershocks Recorded Since Quake; Team Sets Out To Study Data
Patch North Fork
April 11, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Over 40 Aftershocks Have Hit Tri-State Since Earthquake
WCBS AM
April 9, 2024
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Mike Steckler.


Columbia University Geologists Head to NJ to Study Earthquake Epicenter
WPIX 11
April 8, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geologist Folarin Kolawole.


Antarctica Is Covered in Volcanoes, Could They Erupt?
LiveScience
April 7, 2024
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Conor Bacon.


NYC Releases New Report on Environmental Inequality – a First for 5 Boroughs
NBC New York
April 6, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Chasing Our Climate: On the Frontlines
NBC New York
April 6, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Everything You Want to Know about Earthquakes with Columbia Professor John Mutter
News 12 Hudson Valley
April 6, 2024
Interview with Lamont geophysicist John Mutter.


Here's What We Know about the Quake that Shook the NY and NJ Region
Gothamist
April 6, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist John Mutter.


Is New York City Overdue for a Major Earthquake?
New York Times
April 6, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


East Coast Rocked by One of Its Largest Earthquakes in the Last Century
ABC News
April 6, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


New Jersey, New York City Rocked by Rare 4.8 Magnitude Earthquake and Aftershocks
ABC News
April 6, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


Earthquake Rattles Northeast, but Little Damage Is Reported
New York Times
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geologist Folarin Kolawole and geodesist James Davis, provides Lamont seismograms, and cites Lamont research.


4.8-Magnitude Earthquake Rumbles New Jersey, NYC, Boston and Philadelphia
NBC News
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Felix Waldhauser.


New Jersey Earthquake Calls Attention to Ancient, Potentially Unmapped Fault Lines
NBC News
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Felix Waldhauser.


Does the East Coast Earthquake Mean the Big One Is Coming?
Daily Beast
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geologist Folarin Kolawole.


Why the East Coast Earthquake Covered So Much Ground
Wired
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geologist Folarin Kolawole.


Even Celebrities Are Perplexed by the Earthquake on the East Coast
Harper's Bazaar
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geologist Folarin Kolawole.


Columbia University Lamont Campus Is Where Earthquakes Like Friday's in NJ Are Studied
NorthJersey.com
April 5, 2024
Interview with Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


Earthquake Shakes New York
Univision 41
April 5, 2024
Interview with Lamont seismologist Won-Young Kim.


Environmental Scientist Examines Northeast Earthquake
CBS News
April 5, 2024
Interview with Lamont geophysicist John Mutter.


Explaining How an Earthquake Occurs
News 4 New York
April 5, 2024
Interview with Lamont geodesist James Davis.


Quake on Long Island, Northeast Triggered by Stress in Shifting Plates of Earth's Crust
Newsday
April 5, 2024
Interview with Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


New York Is Shook. But How Can an Earthquake Hit in the Middle of a Tectonic Plate?
Fortune
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geodesist James Davis.


A Magnitude-4.8 Earthquake Rattles New York City, Northeast
Wall Street Journal
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


East Coast Earthquakes Like Today’s Are Rare—But They Do Happen
Forbes
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Can a Destructive Earthquake Hit NYC? Here's What Experts Say
Fox 5 New York
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Thersa Sawi.


Earthquake Rocks NJ, NY, Several More States: What to Do If Another One Hits
Fox News
April 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Thersa Sawi.


Magnitude 4.8 Earthquake Hits NJ, Rattles Entire Tri-State; 4.0 Aftershock Felt Hours Later
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


A History of Earthquakes in New York Explained
Time Out New York
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Rare Magnitude 4.8 and 3.8 Earthquakes Rock Northeast, Including Greater New York Area
Live Science
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Will There Be Another Earthquake? Here’s the Forecast for Aftershocks.
New York Times
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Earthquake Hit New York Metro Area, Including Lower Hudson Valley
Lohud
April 5, 2024
Article provides Lamont seismograms.


4.8-Magnitude Earthquake Felt Across Eastern U.S.
Axios
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


Here Are Notable Earthquakes Felt in the NYC Region
ABC News
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


What Was the Greatest Earthquake to Ever Impact New York City?
Fox Weather
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


New York City Earthquakes Are Unusual, but Not Unheard of
Business Insider
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


Rare 4.8 Magnitude Quake Rattles Northeast
CNN
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont data.


Here's the Basic Science Behind New Jersey Earthquakes and the Ramapo Fault
NorthJersey.com
April 5, 2024
Article cites Lamont research.


Evolution of the Most Powerful Ocean Current on Earth
Eco
March 29, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Study Says Antarctica Ocean Current Speeds Up During Warmer Periods on Earth
The World
March 28, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


The Antarctic Circumpolar Current Is Speeding Up – And It’s Not The First Time
IFL Science
March 28, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Revealing Shifts in Earth's Mightiest Ocean Current Over Millions of Years
Space Daily
March 28, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Evolution of the Most Powerful Ocean Current on Earth
Science Daily
March 27, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Why Is My Apartment So Dusty All the Time?
Curbed
March 27, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Benjamin Bostick.


Global Warming Is Slowing the Earth’s Rotation
Scientific American
March 27, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Spahr Webb.


How Earth's Most Powerful Ocean Current Changed Over the Past 5.3 Million Years
Cosmos
March 27, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Antarctica 'Super Vortex' Is Speeding Up Due to Climate Change - and It Could Melt Thousands of Square Miles of Sea Ice, Study Reveals
Daily Mail
March 27, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Evolving World's Strongest Ocean Current Warns of Climate Fluctuations
Interesting Engineering
March 27, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


The Ocean Current Surrounding Antarctica Is Accelerating: Scientists Warn
El Espanol
March 27, 2024
AArticle features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


Scientists Discover that the Most Powerful Current on the Planet Is Growing and Can Accelerate Climate Change
La Razon 
March 27, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues..


The Earth's Most Powerful Ocean Current Undergoes Dramatic Changes
El Imparcial
March 27, 2024
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Jennifer Middleton, and colleagues.


How the Climate Crisis Is Putting Your Favorite Summer Fruits at Risk
CNN
March 23, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Ben Cook.


Are We All Doomed? How to Cope with the Daunting Uncertainties of Climate Change
Nature
March 18, 2024
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Meteorologists Say This Year's Warm Winter Provided Key Ingredient for Midwest Killer Tornadoes
AP News
March 15, 2024
Article cites research by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Migration of Hominins out of Africa May Have Been Driven by the First Major Glaciation of the Pleistocene
Phys.org
March 12, 2024
Article features research co-authored by Lamont geologist Dennis Kent.


Mapping the Ocean’s Motion Energy
Eos
March 5, 2024
Article quotes Lamont physical oceanographer Dhruv Balwada.


Understanding the Presence of Microplastics in Water
U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works
February 27, 2024
Hearing cites research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Morningside Park Pond Restoration Initiative Marks New Chapter for Former Site of Abandoned 1968 Gym
Columbia Spectator
February 21, 2024
Article features research led by Lamont oceanographer Joaquim Goes.


New York City Soon to Be Home to Plentiful Rain and Warmer Temperatures
The Ticker
February 20, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


For Captured Carbon, Scientists Plot a Sub-Ocean Tomb
Undark
February 19, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist and deputy director David Goldberg.


Celebrating the 2024 International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Columbia News
February 19, 2024
Newsletter features Lamont tree ring scientist Rose Oelkers, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and volcanologist Einat Lev.


A New Study Revealed Big Underestimates of Greenland Ice Loss—and the Power of New Technologies to Track the Changes
Inside Climate News
February 15, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Africa Needs Better Data on Air Quality Urgently - Experts Warn
Ghana Web
February 11, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Climate Change and the Built Environment
Adapt
January 31, 2024
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


"A Rising Tide Lifts Many Boats": Climate Gentrification and You
PBS Independent Lens
January 26, 2024
Article references research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Melting of the Ice
Mountain Eagle
January 25, 2024
Article quotes Lamont paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet.


A Counterintuitive Effect of Global Warming
The Atlantic
January 25, 2024
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Arnold Gordon and cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


New York City to Get Wetter, Hotter, More Prone to Flooding
Habitat
January 23, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob. 


Could Sinking Tons of Seaweed to the Ocean Floor Help Combat Climate Change?
Smithsonian
January 22, 2024
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


New York City Sea Levels Could Rise a Foot in Next Decade
The Hill
January 22, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Oil Companies Used to Run This Town. Now They’re Back — to Mine for Lithium.
Grist
January 22, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


New Climate Projections: NYC Will Keep Getting Hotter and Wetter
The City
January 22, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Prepare for a ‘Gray Swan’ Climate
The Atlantic
January 22, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Analyzing Nanoplastics: An Interview with Scientists from the Columbia University’s Climate School
Spectroscopy
January 22, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Is Full of Tiny Plastics. Here's How to Make It Safer for Drinking
VeryWell Health
January 22, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Former Royal Marines Battle Extreme Conditions to Successfully Reach the South Pole
Forces
January 20, 2024
Article features Lamont-affiliated research expedition.


Flood Waters Short Circuit Lifts Meant to Keep Elevated Homes Accessible
The City
January 19, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Does Bottled Water Pose a Health Risk?
Radio-Canada MAJ
January 19, 2024
Video features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


The Importance of Archiving the Seafloor
Eos
January 18, 2024
Article co-authored by Lamont Core Repository curator Nichole Anest.


Long Island's 50-Year Quake Forecast: Slight Chance, but with Damage
Newsday
January 18, 2024
Article quotes Lamont structural geologist Folarin Kolawale.


UG Launches Air Quality Training Programme
Daily Guide Network
January 18, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Daniel Westervelt.


New Map Shows 75% of U.S. at Risk of Damaging Earthquakes
FOX 5 NY
January 17, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geologist Bill Menke.


Study Finds Small Plastic Pieces in Bottled Water
Voice of America
January 17, 2024
Segment features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Can Submerging Seaweed Cool the Climate?
Eos
January 16, 2024
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


Drones and AI Are New Recruits in Battle Against Land Mines
Columbia Magazine
January 15, 2024
Article features work by Lamont PhD student Jasper Baur.


First Extraterrestrial Archive Opens at Columbia
Columbia Magazine
January 15, 2024
Article features Lamont mineralogist Kerstin Lehnert and the Astromaterials Data System.


Nanoplastics Are Dangerous--And in Bottled Water
Los Angeles Times
January 15, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


This Is Why Some Say You Shouldn't Use Plastic Water Bottles
Inside Edition
January 13, 2024
Segment features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Why You May Be Eating and Drinking More Microplastics Than You Thought
PBS News Weekend
January 13, 2024
Segment features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Plastic Bottles Shed Invisible Nanoplastics, Study Finds
WBUR
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


East Coast Cities Are Sinking at an Alarming Rate, New Research Warns: ‘Impacts Are Real’
New York Post
January 12, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


‘Forever Chemicals’ in Microplastics Spark Over $250B a Year Health Crisis: Study
New York Post
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Should You Worry About Nanoplastics in Bottled Water? Here's What a New Study Shows
Eating Well
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Can a Litre of Plastic Water Bottle Impact Your Gut and Heart Health? Doctors Decode New Study
Indian Express
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


A Single Bottle of Water Can Contain 240,000 Nanoplastics, Research Finds
ENDS Report
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Doctor Says He Won't Drink Bottled Water Over Plastic Health Fears
Waste Online
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Found to Contain Uncounted Tiny Plastic Fragments
Tech Explorist
January 12, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


In a Rare Discovery, Scientists Reveal the Oldest Piece of Fossilized Skin
Washington Post
January 11, 2024
Article quotes Lamont paleontologist Paul Olsen.


Fossilized, Crocodile-Like Skin Is Oldest Ever Discovered, Scientists Say
NBC News
January 11, 2024
Article quotes Lamont paleontologist Paul Olsen.


Bottled Water Contains More Plastic Particles Than Previously Thought
Bloomberg News
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Is Bottled Water Better Than Tap?
El Nacional
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


One Liter of Bottled Water Found to Contain 240,000 Plastic Fragments
New Atlas
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


So Which IS Safer, Tap or bottled? Experts Give Their Verdict After Startling Study Found 240,000 Cancer-Causing Nanoplastics in Average Liter of Water in Stores
Daily Mail
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


What a 'Groundbreaking' Study Revealed About Nanoplastics in Bottled Water
Advisory Board
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Macropanic Over Nanoplastics?
McGill

January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Nanoplastics in Bottled Water: A Hidden Health Hazard Revealed
Fever Magazine
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Microplastics Are Almost Everywhere. What Does This Mean for Our Health?
Frontline
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Is Full of Plastic Particles. Can They Harm Your Health?
New York Times
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Scientists Say They'll Cut Back on Bottled Water After Learning 1 Liter Contains a Quarter of a Million Pieces of Plastic
People
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains 240,000 Plastic Particles per Liter, Study Finds
Mother Jones
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Found to Contain Tens of Thousands of ‘Tiny Plastic Particles’ in New Study
Fox News
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


US Study Reveals High Levels of Nanoplastics in Bottled Water, Prompting Health Concerns
Packaging Insights
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water May Be Chock-Full of Tiny Plastic Particles, New Study Finds
Kashmir Life
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Nanoplastics Found in Bottled Water: Impact on Organ Penetration
Medium
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


We Don't Know How Worried We Should Be About Nanoplastics
Bloomberg News
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Plastic Is Everywhere, Including in Our Food and Bottled Water
Ars Technica
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Can Contain Thousands of Particles of Nanoplastics, Research Suggests
Food Navigator
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water May Not Be as Pure as You Think, Researchers Find
Consumer Affairs
January 11, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Snow Is Disappearing as the Planet Warms. A New Study Shows Who's Losing the Most
CNN
January 10, 2024
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


A New Study Finds High Levels of Nanoplastics in Bottled Water
CBS News
January 10, 2024
Video features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Researchers Find a Massive Number of Plastic Particles in Bottled Water
NPR
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Experts Explain Health Concerns about Micro- and Nanoplastics in Water. Can You Avoid Them?
CBS News
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Study: Bottled Water Can Contain Up to 100 Times More Nanoplastic than Previously Believed
USA Today
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Should You Ditch Bottled Water for Good?
ABC7NY
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Study: More Tiny Plastic Particles in Bottled Water than Previously Thought
Axios
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Nanoplastics in Bottled Water? Time to Ensure Safe Tap Water for All
Los Angeles Times
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Massive Amounts of Tiny Plastics Found in Bottled Drinking Water, Study Finds
ABC Good Morning America
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Potential Toxicity' in Your Water? New Study Reveals Tons of Nanoplastics from Common Source
Christian Broadcasting Network
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Your Disposable Water Bottle May Contain 240,000 Plastic Nanoparticles
Healthline
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


One Litre Bottle of Water Found to Be Hiding 2,40,000 Tiny Plastic Fragments
India Today
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Far More Plastic Particles than Previously Believed, Study Suggests
Philly Voice
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains 100 Times More Plastic Than Previously Believed, Study Shows
Daily Caller
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


People Are Drinking a Lot of Nanoplastic Particles with Bottled Water
TechSpot
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Diet for a Sick Planet: Studies Find More Plastic in Our Food and Bottled Water
Inside Climate News 
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Water in Plastic Bottles and Risks to Health
Diario Las Americas
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


One Water Bottle Can Contain 240,000 Tiny Plastic Pieces. Here's What to Do If You're Worried.'
Business Insider
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Microplastics in Bottled Water: Study Sets Off Alarms
Radio Duna
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water: A Hidden Source of Nanoplastics and Its Potential Health Impacts
Medriva
January 10, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


A 1783 Eruption in Iceland May Have Been Catastrophic for Northwest Alaska, Scientists Say
KTOO
Article quotes Lamont tree ring scientists Rosanne D'Arrigo and Gordon Jacoby.
January 9, 2024


2023 Beats Record for Hottest Year on Record by Larger than Expected Margin
PBS NewsHour
January 9, 2024
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Climate Change Is Intensifying This Winter Storm, Experts Say
CNN
January 9, 2024
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


Thousands of Nanoplastics Found in Bottled Water
CBS News
January 9, 2024
Video features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Alarmingly High Levels of Plastic, According to Study
Le Monde
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Hundreds of Thousands Of Potentially Toxic Tiny Plastics, Study Finds
Forbes
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Study Finds Bottled Water Filled with Near a Quarter Million Nanoplastic Particles
WDBO
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues,


Scientists Find an Alarming Amount of Plastics in Bottled Water
CBS Evening News
January 9, 2024
Video features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Has Up to 100 Times More Plastic Particles Than Previously Thought
Grist
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Average Liter of Bottled Water Contains 240,000 'Toxic' Plastic Particles
Common Dreams
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Has 'Orders of Magnitude' More Plastic than Once Known
Houston Chronicle
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Industry Pushes Back on New Study Warning of Nanoplastics
The Hill
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Cutting-Edge Microscopy Reveals Bottled Water Has 'Up to 100 Times' More Bits of Plastic than Previously Feared
The Register 
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Drinking Out of Plastic Water Bottles? You’re Consuming Nanoplastics
KCRW
January 9, 2024
Segment features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


New Study Finds High Volume of Nanoplastics in Bottled Water
Packaging Gateway
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Could Contain Microplastics AND Nanoplastics
Inside Water 
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Has 100 Times More Nanoplastics Than Estimated: Study
News Nation
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Hundreds of Thousands of Plastic Particles Small Enough to Invade Human Cells, Study Finds
Medium 
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


New Technique Reveals True Count of Nanoplastics in Bottled Water
WebMD
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Nanoplastics Way More Common in Bottled Water than Previously Thought
Scripps News
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Scientists Find Bottled Water Teeming with Nano Plastics
The Post 
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Is Safe? Research Reveals Alarming Findings
Economic Times
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Scientists Find Massive Invisible Nanoplastic Particles in Bottled Water
CGTN
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Also Bottles Thousands of Plastic Particles, New Study Reveals
Deseret News
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains 100 Times More Plastic Nanoparticles than Previously Thought
Euronews 
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Hundreds of Thousands of Tiny Plastic Fragments
Health News
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Thousands of Previously Unknown Nanoplastics: Study
The Statesman
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Advanced Imaging Reveals Bottled Water Nanoplastics
The Engineer
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


How Many Nanoplastic Particles Does Your Bottle of Water Have?
Mint Lounge
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Study Reveals 240,000 Plastic Fragments in One-Litre Water Bottle
PTC News
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Quarter of a Million Nanoplastics Pieces on Average, Scientists Find
Sky News
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Unbottling the Truth: Scientists Find Over 2 Lakh Tiny Plastic Fragments in a Bottle of Water
Weather.com India
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Can Contain over 300,000 Nanoplastics per Litre, Study Shows
Brussels Times
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


4 Scientists Said They're Cutting Back on Bottled Water after Measuring the Number of Microplastics Inside
Business Insider 
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Nanoplastics Make Up Around 90% of the Plastic Particles Found in Bottled Water
Chemistry World
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Is Swimming with Microplastics & Nanoplastics
Cosmos
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


US Study Finds Hundreds of Thousands of Nanoplastic Particles in Bottled Drinking Water
Down to Earth
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Nanoplastics Found in Bottled Water Raise Concerns Over Human Health
Open Access
January 9, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Thousands of Nanoplastics So Small They Can Invade the Body’s Cells, Study Says
CNN
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Scientists Find about a Quarter Million Invisible Nanoplastic Particles in a Liter of Bottled Water
AP News
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Hundreds of Thousands of Potentially Dangerous Plastic Fragments: Study
The Hill 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Here's What You're Really Swallowing When You Drink Bottled Water
Washington Post 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Microplastics in Bottled Water at Least 10 Times Worse Than Once Thought
TIME
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Scientists Find About a Quarter Million Invisible Nanoplastic Prticles in a Liter of Bottled Water
ABC News
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Up to 100 Times More Plastic than Previously Estimated, New Study Says
CBS News 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Thousands of Nanoplastics Found in Bottled Water
Bottled Water Contains Hundreds of Thousands of Plastic Bits: Study
AFP
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains More Plastic Particles Than Previously Thought
Bloomberg News
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Researchers Discover Thousands of Nanoplastic Bits in Bottles of Drinking Water
Los Angeles Times
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Chemists Warn Bottled Water 100 Times Worse for Plastic Than Thought
Newsweek
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Scientists Find About a Quarter Million Invisible Microplastic Particles in a Liter of Bottled Water
PBS 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


One Liter of Bottled Water May Contain 240,000 Tiny Plastic Fragments
Smithsonian Magazine
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Quarter of a Million Tiny Pieces of Plastic Could Be Floating in Your Water Bottle
Telegraph 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Your Bottled Water Could Contain 130,000 Microscopic Pieces of Plastic
Fast Company
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Can Contain Hundreds of Thousands of Previously Uncounted Tiny Plastic Bits, Study Finds
Bioengineer
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Can Contain Hundreds of Thousand of Tiny Plastic Bits Not Identified Until Now
Europa Press
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Can Contain Thousands of Tiny Plastic Particles: Study
Talker 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Bottled Water Contains Hundreds of Thousands of Minuscule Plastics, Say Scientists
Publico
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


A Liter of Bottled Water Has About 240,000 Nanoplastics
La Vanguardia 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Average Bottle of Water Contains 240,000 Pieces of Cancer-Causing Nanoplastics - 100 Times More than Previously Thought
Daily Mail
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Hundreds of Thousands of Cancer-Causing Nanoplastics Found in Bottled Water
Earth.com
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


A New Technique Finds That Bottled Water Can Contains Thousands of Nanoparticls Capable of Infiltrating Cells
El Pais 
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Microplastics in Bottled Water Are More Abundant Than Previously Thought
Everyday Health
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


One Liter of Bottled Water Contains 240,000 Tiny Bits of Plastic
Healthday
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


There Can Be 240,000 Plastic Particles in a Litre Bottle of Water
New Scientist
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Research Finds a Shocking Amount of Previously Undetected 'Nanoplastics' in Bottled Water
Universal-Sci
January 8, 2024
Article features research by Lamont scientists Beizhan Yan, Huipeng Deng, Teodora Maria Bratu, and colleagues.


Salt May Have Carved Out Mercury’s Terrains, Including Glacierlike Features
Science News
January 4, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Sean Solomon.


Rare Earthquake Rattles New York, Sparks Small Explosions
HNGN
January 4, 2024
Article quotes Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


Surprise Quake: NYC Shakes as 1.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits
Buzz Blog
January 3, 2024
Article quotes Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


The Times They Aren't a-Changing: More Carbon, More Heat, More Hot Air Expected in 2024
CounterPunch
January 3, 2024
Article cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


A Minor Earthquake Hit New York City. How Often Does That Happen?
New York Times
January 2, 2024
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist John Mutter.


New York City Rocked by 1.7 Magnitude Earthquake Suspected of Causing Buildings to Shake
CBS New York
January 2, 2024
Interview with Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


Earthquake Rattles Astoria, Other Parts of NYC
WCBS-AM
January 2, 2024
Interview with Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


Earthquake Jolts NYC
ABC 7 News
January 2, 2024
Interview with Lamont structural geologist Folarin Kolawale.


Earthquake in NYC Reported, Linked to Roosevelt Island 'Explosion' Reports
Fox 5 New York
January 2, 2024
Interview with Lamont seismologist John Armbruster.


Grapes Used in Champagne May Become Harder to Grow Because of Climate Change
NPR
January 1, 2024
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.

New Year's Eve Beverage Could Go Extinct Due to Climate Change, AI Company Predicts
December 29, 2023
Fox News
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


What's Going on with Sargassum Seaweed?
BBC - The Inquiry
December 28, 2023
Interview with Lamont biological oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


Otherworldly Mini-Yellowstone Found in the Deep Sea
Ars Technica
December 28, 2023
Article quotes Lamont senior research assistant Hayley Drennon.


Bugs, Smoke, Floods: The Year Climate Change Became Evident in New York
Climatica
December 28, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob. 


Our Favorite Science Stories of 2023
Eos
December 28, 2023
Article features research by the Lamont Tree Ring Lab.


Earth Was Due for Another Year of Record Warmth. But This Warm?
New York Times
December 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


The Winds of Change: Foehn Drive Intense Melt
Eos
December 20, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Iceland Volcano Erupts Near Grindavik After Weeks of Earthquakes
Wall Street Journal
December 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Conor Bacon.


How Sea-Level Rise Could Reshape South Florida Neighborhoods
Miami Herald
December 18, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


Snakes, Spores and Sewage: Life in the Neighborhood Called ‘the Hole’
New York Times
December 17, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


This Is What Was Found By Drilling Through 500 Meters of Greenland's Ice
La Razón
December 15, 2023
Article features research by Lamont scientists and colleagues on GreenDrill project.


12 Columbia Scientific Research Findings That Made a Splash in 2023
Columbia News
December 14, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


The Climate Clues Buried Under Greenland’s Ice Sheet
Washington Post
December 14, 2023
Podcast features research by Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer, glacial geologist Allie Balter-Kennedy, and colleagues on GreenDrill project.


Scientists Drilled through 500 Metres of Greenland’s Ice — Here's What They Found at the Bottom
Nature
December 14, 2023
Article features Lamont glacial geologist Allie Balter-Kennedy and GreenDrill project.


Too Hot to Work the Crops?
Radio Ecoshock
December 13, 2023
Interview with Lamont researcher Connor Dunn Diaz on research with Lamont climate scientists Mingfang Ting, Radley Horton, and colleagues.


A New Study Has Found that the Current Carbon Dioxide Levels on Earth Are the Highest They’ve Been in All of Human History.
The National Digest
December 12, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


Experts Say The Atmosphere Hasn’t Been Like This In 14 Million Years
Sci-Tech Today
December 11, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


28m High: Scientists Model NZ’s Risk from Tsunami-Making Quakes
New Zealand Herald
December 11, 2023
Article features research by Lamont seismologist Bruce Shaw and colleagues.


The Last Time CO2 Levels Were This High, Greenland Was Ice-Free and Humans Didn’t Exist: Study
Time.News
December 10, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


There Is No Solace for the Present in a New 66 Million-Year History of Carbon Dioxide
Verna Magazine 
December 10, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


CO2 Levels Linked to Cascading Effects that Last for Millennia
December 10, 2023
Earth.com
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


New Climate Record Is a Reminder: Earth Used to Be Way Hotter, the Oceans Way Higher
USA Today
December 10, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


Why Dinosaur Footprints Inspired Paleontologist Martin Lockley
Popular Science
December 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont paleontologist Paul Olsen.


Ancient Climate Analysis Suggests CO2 Causes More Warming than Thought
New Scientist
December 8, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


'Call to Action': CO2 Now at Levels Not Seen in 14 Million Years
Common Dreams
December 8, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


Expanding What we Know About Earth's Climate History & Future
Labroots
December 8, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch.


A City-Size Iceberg Is Moving Out of Antarctic Waters
New York Times
December 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont cryospheric geophysicist Indrani Das.


Can We Make Vermont's Forests More Like Old Forests, Faster?
Vermont Public Radio
December 4, 2023
Segment quotes Lamont plant physiologist Kevin Griffin.


Primordial Helium May Be Leaking from Earth's Core
Scientific American
December 2, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Cornelia Class.


Drones and AI Could Locate Land Mines in Ukraine
Scientific American
December 1, 2023
Article features work by Lamont PhD student Jasper Baur.


Airlines Race Toward a Future of Powering Their Jets With Corn
New York Times
November 30, 2023
Article includes map data provided by Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Electric Vehicle Push Returns North Carolina to Its Lithium Mining Roots
New York Times
November 30, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Most Dinosaurs Were Killed by Climate Change, Not a Meteorite, New Study Suggests
Salon
November 29, 2023
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Yves Moussallam.


Mud Libraries Hold the Story of the Earth’s Climate Past — and Foretell Its Future
Vox
November 26, 2023
Article features the Lamont Core Repository.


Scientists Discover Healthy Deep-Sea Coral Reef and New Seamounts in the Galápagos
Schmidt Ocean Institute
November 22, 2023
Article features research by Lamont collaborators.


New York's Metro-North Is an Economic Mudslide Waiting to Happen
Bloomberg
November 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Living in a Neighborhood That Floods, Rain or Shine
New York Times
November 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Scientists - Show #60
Tough Times with Lou Young
November 4, 2023
Interviews with Lamont scientists at Open House.


Jennifer Angel-Amaya’s Research Is Uncovering the Story of Mercury in the Amazon
National Geographic
October 31, 2023
Article features Lamont PhD student Jennifer Angel-Amaya.


Superstorm Sandy, 11 Years Later: How It Became the Unique System that Ravaged Long Island, Region
Newsday
October 30, 2023
Article references book by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


A 'Nightmare' Hurricane Developed in a Flash
New York Times
October 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Jonathan Lin.


How El Niño Is Fueling an Intense Pacific Hurricane Season
San Francisco Chronicle
October 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Hurricane Otis' Explosive Intensification Is a Symptom of the Climate Crisis, Scientists Say
CNN
October 25, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Hurricane Otis Stuns Mexico, Slamming Acapulco with ‘Brutal’ Category 5 Strength and Cutting Off Contact
LA Times
October 25, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


One Million People Will Be Displaced in Miami Due to Climate Gentrification
One Green Planet
October 22, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


"Impossible" Rocks Have Been Found on The Volcanic Island of Anjouan
IFL Science
October 19, 2023
Article features research by Lamont geochemist Cornelia Class.


The Jet Stream Pattern that Is Driving More Frequent Extreme Winter Cold and Periods of Rain
Meteored
October 19, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Even If They Don't Live in Flood Zones, 4 out of 5 Residents in Miami Will Be Affected
Cambio16
October 19, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


Sea Level Rise Will Affect 4 Out of 5 Miami Residents, Even Those Living Outside of Flood Zones, Study Says
EcoWatch
October 19, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


In Miami, Sea Level Rise Threatens Everyone, Even Those Who Don't Live Near the Coast
30Science
October 18, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


80% of Miami Residents Will Suffer Impacts from Sea Level Rise
EcoDebate 
October 18, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


FL - Rising Seas Will Tighten Vise on Miami Even for People who Are Not Flooded, Says Study
Coastal News Today
October 18, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


Róisín Commane Sleuths Out Greenhouse Gas Leaks to Fight Climate Change
October 17, 2023
ScienceNews
Article features Lamont atmospheric scientist Roísín Commane.


More than a Million Miami-Dade Residents, Many of Them Poor, Face 'Climate Gentrification'
Daily Kos
October 17, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


‘Climate Gentrification’ Will Displace One Million People in Miami Alone
Scientific American
October 17, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


More than 1M people in Miami Area Face 'Climate Gentrification" — Study
ClimateWire
October 17, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


Study Predicts Majority of Miami Residents May Face Displacement Due to Rising Sea Levels
Newsbreak
October 17, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


A Columbia Climate Scientist Reviews Autumn in New York
Columbia Magazine
October 16, 2023
Article quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Mukund Palat Rao.


Rising Seas Will Tighten Vise on Miami Even for People Who Are Not Flooded, Says Study
ScienceDaily
October 16, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


More Than Half of Miami-Dade Residents May Be Displaced by Sea Level Rise
Earth.com
October 16, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


Columbians Investigate Extreme Weather and Its Effects
Columbia News
October 9, 2023
Features Lamont climate scientist Chia-Ying Lee.


Wave 4: The Jet Stream Pattern that Favors Extreme Rain or Cold Events in the Northern Hemisphere
Meteored
October 8, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Deep Water Ahead - Show #58 - Jacqueline Austermann
Tough Times with Lou Young
October 7, 2023
Interview with Lamont geodynamicist Jacky Austermann.


Frozen in the Fast Lane: Jet Stream Pattern Locks in Extreme Winter Cold Spells
SciTech Daily
October 7, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Cities Worldwide Keep Building in Flood Zones, Despite Mounting Risks
Grist
October 6, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


Love Fall Foliage? Why It's Getting Harder to Schedule Leaf-Peeping Trips
Wall Street Journal
October 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont Lamont tree-ring scientist Mukund Palat Rao.


Study Identifies Jet-Stream Pattern that Locks in Extreme Winter Cold, Wet Spells
Science Daily
October 5, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


This Is Also Part of Climate Change
National Geographic (Hungarian Edition) 
October 5, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Atmospheric Waves Intensify Cold Spells in the Northern Hemisphere
Europa Press 
October 5, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Study Finds More People Are Moving into High Flood Zones, Increasing Risk of Water Disasters
AP News
October 4, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Geology Rocks! A Central Park Field Trip with Professor Steven L. Goldstein ’76
Columbia College Today
October 3, 2023
Article features Lamont geochemist and interim dean Steven L. Goldstein.


The Tension in Climate Science Between Mitigation and Adaptation
TIME
October 3, 2023
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Science Showcase: Columbia Open House Offers Hands-on Lessons about How Earth Works
Rockland/Westchester Journal News
October 3, 2023
Article features Lamont Open House.


Seaweed Is Mucking up Beaches. This Robot Could Stop It — and Fight Climate Change
NPR
October 2, 2023
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


State Comptroller Report Faults MTA for Lack of Climate Change Plans
The City
October 2, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Climate Change? Volcanos? Here's Your Chance to Ask Renowned Scientists
Hudson Valley News
October 2, 2023
Article features Lamont Open House.


Saluting Marie Tharp, the Trailblazing Scientist Whose Maps Shook the World
Columbia Magazine
October 1, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


New York City Works to Dry Out After Severe Flooding: "Outside Was Like a Lake"
CBS News
September 30, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Climate Change and NYC: Historic Rains Buckle City's Infrastructure, Again
NBC News
September 29, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


New York City Area Gets One of Its Wettest Days in Decades, as Rain Swamps Subways and Streets
AP News
September 29, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


How Climate Change Disrupts Fall Foliage
National Geographic
September 29, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientists Mukund Palat Rao and Benjamin Cook.


The "New Abnormal": The Rise of Extreme Flooding, Briefly Explained
Vox
September 29, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


How Seeding the Oceans with Minerals Could Help Slow Climate Change
Japan Times
September 29, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen.


Journalism School Announces First Climate-Scientist-in-Residence Gisela Winckler
Columbia Spectator
September 27, 2023
Article features Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


El Niño Is Creating Fear and Mystery This Year: Weather Watch
Bloomberg
September 27, 2023
Article quotes Lamont paleoclimatologist Braddock Linsley.


Scientists and Community Leaders Seek to Clear the Air in the South Bronx
Columbia Mailman Environmental Health Sciences News
September 23, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Steven Chillrud.


As Part of Climate Week 2023, Columbia Journalism School Announces Climate Scientist in Residence
Columbia Journalism School
September 22, 2023
Article features Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


Opinion: Why We're Seeing So Many Deadly Floods
CNN
September 21, 2023
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Our Vocabulary Is Adapting to a Hotter Planet
TIME
September 21, 2023
Article cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Columbia Climate School Professor Explains the Threats of Climate Change
WABC NY
September 20, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Floods, Winds and Temperature Extremes Challenge Rail Lines
New York Times
September 20, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


You Have Climate Change to Thank for This Year's Scorching NYC Summer
Gothamist
September 18, 2023
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Samuel Bartusek.


Luck or Geography? WFLA-Columbia Project Explores Why It’s Rare for Major Hurricanes to Directly Hit Tampa Bay
WFLA
September 14, 2023
Article features Lamont climate scientists Chia-Ying Lee and Suzana Camargo.


New Drone Technology Could Make It Easier to Clear Unexploded Bombs, Mines in Ukraine
PBS NewsHour
September 14, 2023
Segment features work by Lamont PhD student Jasper Baur (at 4:36).


Costly Mars Sample Return Is Squeezing Smaller NASA Missions
Science
September 14, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Sean Solomon.


The Cyclones She Experienced as a Child Led to a Career in Hurricane Risk
Columbia News
September 12, 2023
Article features Lamont climate scientist Chia-Ying Lee.


The Ground Is Collapsing Under Canarsie Homes and Nobody Is Sure How Many Are Affected
The City
September 11, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Why You Should Consider a Building's Climate Disaster Risk When Buying in NYC
Brick Underground
September 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


What Do Climate Scientists Tell Their Kids about the Future?
Scientific American
September 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geodynamicist Jacky Austermann.


Buried Under the Ice
Washington Post
August 25, 2023
Article features Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer and colleagues on GreenDrill project.


The Secrets of Black Rock Forest
Columbia Magazine
August 23, 2023
Interview with Lamont plant physiologist Kevin Griffin.


Oxygen City in Ghana: A Collaborative Approach to Making the Volta a Breathable City
News Ghana
August 19, 2023
Article cites research by Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Climate Control: U.S. Will Invest $1.2B in Direct Air Capture Initiatives
Earth.com
August 13, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Claire Nelson. 


Energy Department Announces Largest-Ever Investment in 'Carbon Removal'
Yahoo News
August 11, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Claire Nelson.


Plants Find It Harder to Absorb Carbon Dioxide Amid Global Warming
New Scientist
August 10, 2023
Article quotes Lamont plant physiologist Kevin Griffin.


The Pacific Ocean 'Cold Tongue' Mystery
MSNBC Morning Joe
August 9, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Alaska Floods Become Latest Climate Symbol in Disaster-Filled Summer
The Hill
August 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Swaths of the US Are Living Through a Brutal Summer. It's a Climate Wake-up Call for Many
Omaha World-Herald
August 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


The Jet Stream Is Weakening. Here’s Why That’s a Warning for California
San Francisco Chronicle
August 3, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


'Cold Tongue': What the Pacific Ocean Cool Patch Mystery Says about Climate Change
The Week
August 2, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


We're Not Reducing Emissions Fast Enough, Says Professor
CNBC
August 2, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


A Look at How Much Less Antarctic Sea Ice There Is This Year
New York Times
August 2, 2023
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Xiaojun Yuan.


Flash Floods Rare in Nova Scotia, But Could Become More Common
CBC News
July 29, 2023
Segment quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


Why Sucking CO2 Out of the Atmosphere Can't Undo All the Effects of Climate Change
The Verge
July 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


A Vital Atlantic Ocean System Could Collapse Sooner than Previously Thought
Grist
July 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


What's in the Subway Water That Drips on Your Head? A Semi-Scientific Inquiry.
Curbed
Jul 25, 2023
Article features Lamont geochemist Benjamin Bostick.


At a Manhattan Park With a Troubled History, a Promising Research Site
New York Times
July 21, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont oceanographer Joaquim Goes.


Ancient Soil Shows Part of Greenland Was Ice-Free — and Could Soon Melt Again, Scientists Say
Washington Post
July 20, 2023
Article fetures research by Lamont geochemist Sidney Hemming, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues, and quotes Lamont geologist Nicolás Young.


Explore 200 Million Years of History in the Shadow of New York City
National Geographic
July 20, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Sean Kinney and geologist Paul Olsen.


How Extreme Heat May Wreak Havoc on Your Flight
Washington Post
July 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


European Heat Wave Breaking Records with Little Relief in Sight
ABC News
July 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Could Clean Air Centers Come to NYC?
THE CITY
July 17, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Fieldwork Rocks: Marooned on Purpose
AGU Third Pod from the Sun
July 14, 2023
Interview with Lamont PhD student Ally Peccia.


There's No Such Thing as a Disaster-Resistant Place Anymore
Vox
July 13, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Metro-North, Amtrak Service Restored in Flood-Stricken Hudson Valley
Newsday
July 12, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


'Nowhere Near Over': Ferocious Flooding Slams U.S. Northeast
Global News
July 11, 2023
Segment quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Recovery Effort Is Underway in Orange County after Storm Damage
WCBS 880
July 11, 2023
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Opinion: With the Onset of Drastic Impacts from Climate Change, Will We Act?
The Capital Times 
July 11, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Torrential Rain Destroyed a Cliffside Road in New York. Can U.S. Roads Handle Increasingly Extreme Weather?
CBS News
July 11, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


The "New Abnormal": The Rise of Extreme Flooding, Briefly Explained
Vox
July 11, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


How Climate Change Drives Hotter, More Frequent Heat Waves
Grist
July 11, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Global Warming and Evolving Oceans with Dr. Joaquim Goes
Heraldo Goa
July 9, 2023
Interview with Lamont oceanographer Joaquim Goes.


Prisons Aren't Remotely Ready for Extreme Weather
Bloomberg
July 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Mingfang Ting.


What's Actually Beneath All The Polar Ice?
IFLScience
July 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont aquatic ecologist and oceanographer Andy Juhl.


Is FIFA Fulfilling Its Sustainability Promise to Combat Hefty World Cup Costs?
NBC Los Angeles
July 6, 2023
Segment quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Scientists Raise Alarm Over Risk of 'Synchronized' Global Crop Failures
Vice
July 6, 2023
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Holiday Fireworks Worsen Air Quality Nationwide
New York Times
July 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


AI vs. Climate Change
POLITICO
July 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


'A Wake Up Call': The World Needs to Prepare for Massive Crop Failure
Gizmodo
July 5, 2023
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Study: Crop Failure Risk Is Underestimated in Climate Models
Axios
July 5, 2023
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Climate Models Underestimate Food Security Risk from 'Compound' Extreme Weather
Carbon Brief
July 5, 2023
Article by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Researchers: We've Underestimated The Risk of Simultaneous Crop Failures Worldwide
ScienceAlert
July 5, 2023
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


We May Be Underestimating the Climate Risk to Crops, Researchers Warn
Straits Times
July 5, 2023
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Scientists Warn of Crop Failure 'Uncertainties as Earth Heats Up
Al Jazeera
July 5, 2023
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


All Aboard STEMSEAS for Career Exploration
Inside Higher Ed
July 5, 2023
Interview with Lamont education and outreach officer Sharon Cooper.


Mumbai's Climate Risk High, Governments Should Reconsider Coastal Infrastructure Projects
Scroll.in
July 4, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


New Study Predicts Concerning Impending Change for America’s Heartland: ‘Few Understand the Implications This Will Have’
Yahoo News
July 1, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Fireworks, Like Wildfire Smoke, Cause Unhealthy Air Quality
June 30, 2023
WPIX11
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Global Heat Waves Show Climate Change and El Niño Are a Bad Combo
NPR
June 28, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Texas Is Dealing with a Record-Breaking Heat Wave. Climate Experts Aren't Surprised
NPR
June 27, 2023
Segment quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Canadian Wildfires Still Affecting Chicago Air Quality
WGN Radio
June 27, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Don’t Worry Pizza-Heads, NYC Is Not Coming for Your Pies
CNN Business
June 27, 2023
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja.


Deep-Sea Mining for Battery Minerals
BBC
June 26, 2023
Interview with Lamont postdoc Daniel Babin.


Himalayan Glacier Loss Speeding Up, New Report Finds
New York Times
June 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Insurance Companies in the United States Back Down Amidst the Increase of Climate Catastrophes
El País
June 15, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


What Canadian Wildfire Smoke Means for the Most Underserved New Yorkers
New York Amsterdam News
June 15, 2023
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja.


Is New York Really Sinking?
BBC
June 14, 2023
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Tackling Pervasive Sexism in Australian Science Requires Money, Leadership and Time
Nature
June 12, 2023
Article by Lamont polar scientist Robin Bell.


Moon Causing Earthquakes? Experts Are Amazed by Its Power
Geo News
June 12, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geologist Christopher Scholz.


Climate Change Warning Signs Started in the 1800s. Here's What Humanity Knew and When.
USA Today
June 10, 2023
Article cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


The Moon's Pull Is So Strong It May Trigger Earthquakes on Earth. Scientists Are Still Baffled by Is Power.
Business Insider
June 10, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geologist Christopher Scholz.


Analyzing Wildfire Behavior, Projections for Wildfire Season in Northeast
Fox Weather
June 9, 2023
Interview with Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja.


Wildfire Smoke Is in Our Homes. Here's How to Clear Out Toxic Particles
CBC News
June 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Many Provinces Experiencing Highest Emissions Since 2003: Scientist Monitoring Canadian Wildfires
DownToEarth
June 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Caroline Juang.


Canadian Wildfires Burning More Intensely during the Early Fire Season
Fox Weather
Jun 9, 2023
Interview with Lamont atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane.


Air Quality Improves in New York City, Tri-State after Smoke from Canada Wildfires
ABC7 New York
June 9, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Canadian Wildfires Cause NYC Air to Be 'Hazardous'
Metro Focus
June 8, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


NYC's Air Quality Ranked Worst of Any Major City on Wednesday. With Climate Change, Will It Happen Again?
LiveScience
June 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


How to Stay Safe Indoors During Air Quality Crisis
NY1
June 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Steven Chillrud.


The Impacts of Urban Air Pollution
ABC7 New York
June 8, 2023
Interview with Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja.


How We Measure Air Quality and What the Numbers Mean
CBC
June 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Officials Respond to Air Quality Concerns as It Reaches Crisis Levels Statewide
News 12 Hudson Valley
June 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Amid Air Quality Crisis, Officials Urge People Indoors. What About Street Homeless New Yorkers?
City Limits
June 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja.


Unhealthy Air Quality Continues in New York City, Tri-State Due to Smoke from Canada Wildfires
ABC7 New York
June 8, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Hazardous Air
CNN
June 8, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


How Many Oceans Are There?
LiveScience
June 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont marine geologist and geophysicist Frank Nitsche.


Why Experts Think Fans at Yankees Game Could Be at Risk from Canadian Wildfire Smoke
The Athletic
June 7, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


NYC Air Quality Breaches 'Hazardous' Level: The Latest Data, Maps and Charts
Gothamist
June 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane.


Now Might Be a Good Time to Invest in an Air Purifier
GQ 
June 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Should New Yorkers Be Wearing Face Masks outside? NY Experts Say Yes. Here's Why
Lohud
June 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Steven Chillrud.


New York's Air Is Worst Ever
CNN The Lead with Jake Tapper 
June 7, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt (segment at 6:16-8:24).


Smoke in the Skies
CNN
June 7, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Smoky Skies Could Become a Recurring Feature in New York
New York Times
June 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Talking to an Air-Quality Expert About That Haze
Curbed
June 6, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Two Goans among Indo-US Researchers to Conduct Studies in Arabian Sea
Free Press Journal
June 4, 2023
Article features research by Lamont oceanographer Joaquim Goes.


The 125th Street Fault in Harlem, and Harlem's Earthquake Risk
Harlem World
June 3, 2023
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Won-Young Kim.


The "Impossible" Rocks Found on Top of a Volcanic Island
IFL Science
May 30, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Cornelia Class.


New Alarms Over Consequences of Antarctic Ice Melt
Axios
May 30, 2023
Article cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


New York City Is Sinking Under Its Own Weight
Scientific American
May 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geodynamicist Jacky Austermann.


Are You Prepared for Hurricane Season? CBS2 Has What You Need to Know
CBS New York
May 24, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Michela Biasutti.


A Fake Climate Change Theory Is Going Viral on TikTok after Joe Rogan Talked About It
The Verge
May 24, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geological oceanographer Brendan Reilly.


Rise in Extreme Wildfires Linked Directly to Emissions from Oil Companies in New Study
CBC News
May 24, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Jatan Buch.


The Montreal Protocol Had a Dramatic Ice-Saving Side Effect
Popular Science
May 23, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Lorenzo Polvani.


NYC Sinking Can't Be Stopped, so Turn It Into a Modern Venice: Scientist
New York Post
May 18, 2023
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Klaus Jacob.


Experts See Climate Change Fingerprint in Worsening Heat Waves and Fires
Washington Post
May 18, 2023
Article cites research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


Earthquake Ripples Through the Rivertowns
Hudson Independent
May 19, 2023
Article references Lamont earthquake detection.


2.2 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Residents Awake in Westchester County, Parts of New Jersey
WABC NY
May 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Leonardo Seeber.


Earthquake Rattles Westchester County, Parts of NJ
WNBC NY
May 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geodesist James Davis.


Noise, Pollution, Danger: How Amazon Warehouses Upended a Sleepy New York Neighborhood
The Guardian
May 16, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


More Than a Third of the Area Charred by Wildfires in Western North America Can Be Traced Back to Fossil Fuels, Scientists Find
CNN
May 16, 2023
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Caroline Juang and postdoc Jatan Buch.


Rising Sea Levels Drove Viking Settlers away from Greenland Centuries Ago
News Nine
May 15, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont postdoc Evelyn Powell.


New York City Buildings Turn to Carbon Capture
Associated Press
May 13, 2023
Video features interview with Lamont postdoc Claire Nelson.


The Climate Scientist Who Played with Fire
Barnard Magazine
May 12, 2023
Tribute to Lamont PhD Debra Kate Tillinger.


The Foundation for Exploration
NOAA Ocean Exploration
May 10, 2023
Video features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


More Frequent Dust Storms Could Be in Our Future
Scientific American
May 10, 2023
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Richard Seager.


Two Months After News About Indoor Air Pollution in Gowanus Canal Area, Questions Linger
Brooklyn Magazine
May 10, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


The Search for Noah's Ark
History Channel
May 8, 2023
Episode references the work of Lamont geologists Bill Ryan and Walter Pitman.


Rooftop Gardens Pitched for Bus Stops as Cheap Remedy to NYC's Flood Problems
Gothamist
May 4, 2023
Article cites research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


The Incredible Environmental Benefits of NYC Trees
Columbia Magazine
May 4, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


Devastating Impact of Wildfire Smoke on Indigenous South Americans Revealed by New Study
Newsbreak
May 4, 2023
Article features research by Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja, climate scientist Daniel Westervelt, and colleagues.


In the Pacific Northwest, 2021 Was the Hottest Year in a Millennium
Eos
May 2, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


NYC's Air Is 'as Clean as It's Ever Been,' but That's Still Pretty Gross
Gothamist
April 26, 2023
Article quotes Lamont atmospheric scientist Roísín Commane.


Food Production Could Add 1°C of Global Warming by 2100
Eos
April 25, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont PhD student Casey Ivanovich.


CO2 Is Only 0.04% of the Atmosphere, but a Viral Video Ignores that It’s a Major Climate Threat
PolitiFact
April 21, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Yochanan Kushnir.


Ridgecrest Faults Increasingly Sensitive to Solid Earth Tides Before Earthquakes
ScienceDaily
April 21, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Eric Beauce.


New Study Predicts Concerning Impending Change for America’s Heartland: ‘Few Understand the Implications This Will Have’
The Cooldown
April 17, 2023
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Rising to Challenges Beneath the Earth
Valparaiso University News
April 16, 2023
Article features 2023 Vetlesen Prize winner David Kohlstedt.


The Summer of 2021 was the Pacific Northwest’s Hottest in a Millennium
Science News
April 14, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


1,000 Years of Tree Rings Show Just How Hardcore the 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Wave Was
Gizmodo
March 30, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


Northwest's Hottest Summer in 1,000 Years Revealed by Tree Rings
KUOW
March 29, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


1,000 Years of Tree Rings Confirm 2021 Heat Wave Was Historic
Interesting Engineering 
March 28, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


Tree Rings Confirmed Historic Human-Influenced Warming of Western North America Over Last 40 Years
Nature World News
March 28, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


The 2021 Heat Wave in the American West Was the Worst in 1,000 Years
La Vanguardia
March 28, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


Why Hurricanes Don't Cross the Equator
Newsweek
March 27, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Tree Rings Confirm the Historic Significance of 2021 Heat Wave
Earth.com
March 27, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont postdoc Karen Heeter.


Antarctica Has Lost 3,000 Billion Tons of Ice in 25 Years
Earth.com
March 24, 2022
Article cites research co-authored by Lamont oceanographer Pierre Dutrieux.


Statue of Liberty Photos Don't Disprove Sea Level Rise
AP News
March 21, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geodynamicist Jacqueline Austermann.


UN Report Urges All-Out Climate Push – Now
Christian Science Monitor
March 20, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Early Warning Signs Prior to 2002 Antarctic Ice Shelf Collapse
ECO Magazine
March 20, 2023
Article features research co-authored by Lamont cryospheric scientist Patrick Alexander.


Climate Models Aren't Dusty Enough
Eos
March 20, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


What to Know as a Giant Mat of Seaweed Is Coming to Shore
PBS Newshour
March 19, 2023
Interview with Lamont oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


How El Niño May Test the Limits of Our Climate Knowledge
Time
March 17, 2023
Article by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Earth's Inner Core May Be More Complex Than Researchers Thought
Science News
March 16, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Paul Richards.


Extreme Weather Events Are Becoming More Severe, Not Less
AP News
March 15, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Extreme Floods and Droughts Worsening with Climate Change, Study Finds
CBS News
March 14, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Statue of Liberty Photos Don’t Tell the Story of Rising Sea Levels in New York
PolitiFact
March 14, 2023
Article quotes Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Stripping Confederate Ties, the U.S. Navy Renames Two Vessels
New York Times
March 11, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


U.S. Navy Renames 2 Ships in Bid to Sink Confederate Ties
New York Post
Mar 11, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


U.S. Winters Are Warming Faster than Summers, Study Finds
The Week
March 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


USNS Maury to be Renamed in Honor of Geologist Who Mapped Atlantic Ocean
USNI News
March 8, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Confederate’s Name Removed from Navy Survey Ship
Navy Times
March 8, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Navy Renames Survey Ship After Pioneering Female Ocean Researcher, Stripping Vessel of Confederate Ties
Military.com
March 8, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


SECNAV Renames Pathfinder-class Oceanographic Survey Ship USNS Maury after Marie Tharp
U.S. Navy Office of Information
March 8, 2023
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Greenland Temperatures Surge up to 50 Degrees Above Normal, Setting Records
Washington Post
March 8, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


The Creeping Threat of the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt
Guardian
March 7, 2023
Interview with Lamont oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


The Paris Agreement Will Fail Without Slashing Emissions From Meat amd Dairy, Researchers Say
Inside Climate News
March 7, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont PhD student Casey Ivanovich.


Food Consumption May Add Nearly 1 Degree of Warming by 2100
Associated Press
March 6, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont PhD student Casey Ivanovich.


The Food System Is Awful for the Climate. It Doesn’t Have to Be
Wired
March 6, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont PhD student Casey Ivanovich.


Global Food System Emissions Imperil Paris Goals
Agence France-Presse
March 6, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont PhD student Casey Ivanovich.


The Food We Eat Is Destroying the Climate System. Here's How to Fix It.
The Verge
March 6, 2023
Article features research led by Lamont PhD student Casey Ivanovich.


"We're in an Emergency" 
Manhattan Times
March 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Extreme Heat Is a Health Crisis, Columbia Experts Say
AP News
February 28, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Why Hurricanes Feel Like They're Getting More Frequent
NPR
February 27, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


It's Never Been This Warm in February. Here's Why That's Not a Good Thing
CNN
February 23, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Finding Climate History in the Rafters of New York City Buildings
Eos
February 22, 2023
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Caroline Leland, Mukund Palat Rao, Edward Cook, and Milagros Rodríguez-Catón (now UC Davis).


The Most Important Rock in the World that No One Has Heard Of
YouTube
February 22, 2023
Video features Lamont postdoc Daniel Babin.


Video Shows River Erosion in China, not Turkey Earthquake Aftermath
AP News
February 21, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


A Real-Time Flood Tracker Is Expanding to Help New Yorkers During Major Storms
Gothamist
February 16, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob. 


The Ohio Train Derailment Created a Perfect TikTok Storm
Wired
February 15, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


This Ancient Forest in Bear Swamp West Is a Gem. Can It Be Saved?
NJ Spotlight News
February 14, 2023
Article quotes Lamont tree ring scientist Nicole Davi.


EPA Says Ohio Toxic Train Derailment Air Quality Is Safe, Expert Urges 'Caution'
Vice
February 14, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Empowering Testimonies to the Rise of Women in Science
Medium
February 14, 2023
Article cites work of pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


The Science Behind the Massive Turkey-Syria Earthquakes
Wall Street Journal
February 10, 2023
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


How a Predicted Polar-Vortex Disruption Could Spur Winter's Revenge
Washington Post
February 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Simon Lee.


US Experts: ‘Double Wave’ Destroyed Buildings
Hürriyet
February 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler and seismologist Felix Waldhauser.


Turkey Earthquake Highlights Dangers of 'Seismic Gaps' Around the World
Washington Post
February 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


Lisa Goddard, Columbia Climate Scientist, Posthumously Awarded Outstanding Service Award by American Meteorological Society
Columbia Daily Spectator
February 9, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo and references Mingfang Ting.


Coastal Communities Are Under Threat From Greenland Ice Melting
Geographical
February 7, 2023
Article features Lamont director of educational field programs Margie Turrin and  Greenland Rising project.


Melting Glaciers Show Why Climate Targets Below 1.5 Degrees Are Needed
Truthout
February 7, 2023
Article features long-time Lamont paleoclimatologist William Ruddiman (now professor emeritus at the University of Virginia).


Rare and Revealing: Radiocarbon in Service of Paleoceanography
Eos
February 7, 2023
Article cites the work of late pioneering Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


What Caused the Magnitude 7.8 Earthquake in Turkey?
Yahoo News
February 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


Here's What We Know about What Caused the Turkey Earthquake
NPR
February 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


Magnitude 7.8 Earthquake in Turkey Ruptured 130-mile-long Section of the Fault: Geophysicist
Fox Weather
February 7, 2023
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


Finally! A Reason to Celebrate Dust
National Observer
February 7, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


Powerful "Atmospheric River" Storms Are Slowing Arctic Sea Ice Recovery
IFL Science
February 6, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Mingfang Ting.


Rivers in the Sky Prevent the Seasonal Recovery of Arctic Sea Ice
Earth.com
February 6, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Mingfang Ting.


How Does Climate Change Threaten Global Food Production?
Context
February 3, 2023
Article by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber and PhD Corey Lesk (now Dartmouth College postdoc).


A Press Release That Is a Joy to Read
Cosmos
January 26, 2023
Article reviews Lamont press release by Kevin Krajick about the Vetlesen Prize.


Is the Earth's Core Spinning on the Opposite Direction?
Nature World News
January 25, 2023
Article cites research by Lamont geophysicist Paul Richards.


Sending Signals to Droids Through the Ice on Ocean Worlds
Astrobiology
January 21, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Vishaal Singh, geophysicist Christine McCarthy, and colleagues.


What Earth's Ebb and Flow of Atmospheric Dust Has to Do With Climate
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 
January 20, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


Study Shows New York's Greenery Helps Offset Carbon Emissions
NY1
January 19, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


Extra Dust in the Atmosphere Could Be Hiding the True Effects of Climate Change
Gizmodo
January 19, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


How New York City’s Trees and Shrubs Help Clear Its Air
New York Times
January 19, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


Atmospheric Dust May Have Hidden True Extent of Global Heating
Guardian
January 17, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


Climate Disasters Cost the U.S. More than $165 Billion in 2022
Fast Company
January 15, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


15 Years Ago, A Spacecraft Swung by Mercury to Beat the Sun's Gravity
Inverse Magazine
January 14, 2023
Interview with Lamont past director and geophysicist Sean Solomon.


NYU: Air Quality Much Worse in Subway Stations Near River Tunnels
Gothamist
January 13, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Steven Chillrud.


Tree Rings Solve Mystery of 19th Century Shipwreck
Columbia Magazine
January 8, 2023
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


18 Huge, Billion-Dollar Disasters: Climate Change Helped Make 2022 the 3rd Most Expensive Year on Record
The Conversation
January 10, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


New York City Greenery Absorbs Vast Amounts of Carbon
Earth.com 
January 9, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


NYC's Greenery Eats Up All the CO2 From Its Cars, Trucks and Buses "And Then Some"
Futurism
January 6, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


New York City's Hidden Greenery Has a Surprising Impact on Carbon Emissions
Study Finds
January 6, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


New York City Greenery Absorbing All Traffic Emissions on Many Summer Days
Yale e360
January 6, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


NYC's Greenery Surprisingly Captures Carbon Emissions from all the Vehicles in the City
ZME Science
January 6, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


New York City’s Vehicle Emissions Get Absorbed by Its Greenery on Many Summer Days, Study Finds
EcoWatch
January 6, 2023
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Dandan Wei, atmospheric scientists Luke Schiferl and Roísín Commane, and colleague.


No Rain, No Grain - Texas Admits that the Crisis Is Real.
Daily Kos
January 5, 2023
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


How We Came to Know and Fear the Doomsday Glacier 
Hakai Magazine
January 3, 2023
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Stanley Jacobs.

These Lies About Climate Change Just Wouldn't Die in 2022
USA Today
December 29, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


The Deep: Exploring Earth's Last Frontier
World Science Festival
December 23, 2022
Video features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


A Cathedral Tried to Approach Heaven, but the Earth Held a Deep Secret
New York Times
December 23, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geologist William Menke.


Sam Mewis: Climate Change, Player Safety and the 2026 World Cup
The Athletic
December 19, 2022
Article features Lamont event Soccer in a Warming World.


Extreme Winter Spells Trouble for Food Insecure
Axios
December 19, 2022
Article cites research led by Lamont PhD Corey Lesk.


With Major Prize, a Project to Turn Carbon Emissions to Stone Gains Momentum
Environmental News Network
December 16, 2022
Article features Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen.


What's Wrong with These Climate Models?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
December 16, 2022
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Yue Dong.


Hawaiian Volcanoes Suddenly Go Quiet, but Scientists Don't Know Exactly Why
The Washington Post
December 13, 2022
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Tempted to Joke about Global Warming amid a Blizzard? Here's What Experts Say about That.
USA Today
December 13, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Hawaii's 2 Volcanic Eruptions Keep Spewing Lava with No End in Sight. Here's What Could Happen Next
CNN
December 7, 2022
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Absolutely Everything You Want to Know about Dinosaurs
BBC Science Focus
December 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


With Mauna Loa’s Eruption, a Rare Glimpse Into Earth
New York Times
December 3, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Sean Solomon.


Opinion: I'm a Volcanologist. Here's What This Mauna Loa Eruption Will Teach Us
CNN
December 2, 2022
Opinion piece by Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Mauna Loa Eruption Threatens a Famous Climate Record
New York Times
December 2, 2022
Article quotes Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Country Not at Risk of Major Earthquake
Daily Star
December 2, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


A Study Offers New Insights into the Record 2021 Western North America Heat Wave
ScienceDaily
November 30, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


Soccer in a Warming World Conference Connects Sports and Climate Change
Columbia Spectator
November 29, 2022
Article features Lamont event Soccer in a Warming World.


The 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Wave Was a Climate Change Warning
Axios
November 28, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


Predicting the Earthquake that Could Wreck New York
The New Yorker
November 28, 2022
Article features the work of Lamont geologist Bill Menke.


A New Study Reveals the Back Story of the Deadly 2021 Western N America Heat Dome.
Daily Kos
November 28, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


Climate Change Could Make Rare Heatwaves Commonplace by 2050
KJZZ
November 28, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


New Research: 2021 Pacific Northwest Heatwave Had Multiple Causes, Including Climate Change
Courthouse News
November 26, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


Climate Change Is Increasing the Frequency and Temperature of Extreme Heat Waves
Los Angeles Times
November 25, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


What Caused the Record 2021 Heatwave in North America?
Earth.com
November 25, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Samuel Bartusek, Kai Kornhuber, and Mingfang Ting.


Dust Transport in the Upper Levels of the Atmosphere
ScienceDaily
November 21, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


A Climate Scientist’s Personal Reckoning
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
November 21, 2022
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


World Cup Warming Up
Climate Central
November 21, 2022
Article features Lamont event Soccer in a Warming World.


Speeding Up Clean Energy Buildout Could Lessen the Impacts of Related Emissions: Study
The Hill
November 21, 2022
Article cites research led by Lamont PhD Corey Lesk.


Celebrating Marie Tharp
Google Doodle
November 21, 2022
Interactive exploration features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Who Is Marie Tharp? Google Celebrates Creator of the 'World Ocean Floor Map'
Newsweek
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates The Life And Legacy Of American Geologist Marie Tharp Who Helped Prove Plate Tectonics
Forbes 
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Google Pays Tribute to American Geologist Marie Tharp with Doodle
The Hindu
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Marie Tharp: Why Google Is Celebrating the US Geologist Who Discovered the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
iNews
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Marie Tharp: Google Doodle Celebrates Life of American Geologist and Oceanographic Cartographer
Devdi Discourse
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Google Celebrates Life of Marie Tharp with an Interactive Doodle
Times of India
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Google con un Doodle Dinámico Recuerda a la Cartógrafa Marie Tharp
Noticia al Dia
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Google Doodle Honors Groundbreaking Scientist Marie Tharp
UPI
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Who Was Marie Tharp, the Scientist Who Discovered the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the Depths of the Sea
BBC News Mundo
November 21, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


La Nina to Continue Impacting Globe in 2023
Al Bawaba News
November 21, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Stronger Rains In Warmer Climate Could Lessen Heat Damage To Crops, Says Study
Crop for Life
November 19, 2022
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Corey Lesk.


Hoover Dam Brings Electricity to 1.3 Million-It's At Risk of Shutting Down
Newsweek
November 18, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Detecting Smaller Earthquakes Could Improve Forecasting of Larger Ones
Temblor
November 18, 2022
Article quotes Lamont structural geologist Folarin Kolawole.


In India, River Erosion Engulfs Villages
AP News
November 7, 2022
Article cites research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Mukund Palat Rao, Edward Cook, Benjamin Cook, Rosanne D. D’Arrigo, Brendan Buckley, and colleagues.


Remains of a Wrecked Whaling Ship from Warren Identified in Argentina
Small State, Big History
November 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Melting Arctic Ice in Greenland Explored in Documentary
CBS News
November 3, 2022
Segment features Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Ecology Comes to Life for Middle School Students
Hudson Valley Times
November 3, 2022
Article features annual event co-organized by Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.


It's Been 10 Years Since Sandy. Is New York Any More Prepared for the Next Superstorm?
Mother Jones
October 30, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Finding Safe Haven in the Climate Change Future: The Northeast
Yahoo News
October 29, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


A Decade After Sandy, Hurricane Flood Maps Reveal New York's Climate Future
NPR
October 29, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Get Ready for Another Super Storm like Sandy, Experts Say
New York Post
October 29, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Rebuilding After Climate Disasters
The Week
October 29, 2022
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Nadia Seeteram.


An Ethiopian Discovery Shows That Lion-Sized Otters Once Roamed the World
Grunge
October 29, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Greenland's Melting Ice Could Reveal Riches Beyond Imagination
Newsweek
October 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate geochemist Joerg Schaefer.


Superstorm Sandy Leaves Long Insurance Legacy at 10 Years
Law 360
October 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


Superstorm Sandy: Lessons for Climate Resiliency Ten Years Later
Council on Foreign Relations
Oct 27, 2022
Video features Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


The Push to Protect Ancient Trees — and the Knowledge They Contain
Axios
October 27, 2022
Article quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Brendan Buckley.


A Decade Post-Sandy, New York Vulnerable As Ever
Barron's
October 27, 2022
Article features Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Hurricane Sandy Devastated Coney Island 10 Years Ago. So Why Has NYC Added Almost 2,000 Homes to the Area Since?
The City
October 27, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Long Island Roads Still Vulnerable to Flooding; Improvements Since Sandy Need More Work
Newsday
October 26, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


What Utah Can Learn From Chile About Dealing with Climate Change and Extreme Weather
Daily Universe
October 25, 2022
Article cites research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


The Autonomous Ocean
Hakai
October 25, 2022
Article cites research by Lamont oceanographer Pierre Dutrieux.


Stalagmites Show Evidence of Prolonged Drought in India
Eos 
October 24, 2022
Article quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Brendan Buckley.


Will Staten Island See Another Hurricane Sandy? Here’s What Experts Say Rising Tides, Warming Seas Could Mean for Us.
Staten Island Advance
October 24, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Chia-Ying Lee.


What Is a 'Triple Dip' La Niña? Meteorologists Predict One Is Coming
ABC News Radio
October 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Communicating the Earth Observatory: Author Kevin Krajick
PlanetGeo
October 20, 2022
Interview with Lamont senior editor science news Kevin Krajick.


How Disastrous Floods Can Also Lead to Food Insecurity
Popular Science
October 17, 2022
Article cites research by Lamont scientists Jennifer Nakamura, Richard Seager, and colleagues.


Phytoplankton: How Too Much of a Good Thing Causes Problems
The Sweaty Penguin
October 14, 2022
Interview with Lamont oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam.


Is Climate Change Fueling Massive Hurricanes in the Atlantic? Here's What Science Says.
USA Today
October 13, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


DEC Gives Grants To Improve Water Quality Of Hudson River Estuary
Patch
October 13, 2022
Article features Lamont's Hudson River Field Station.


Cloudburst Program Would Turn Parts of NYC Into Floodwater Super Sponges
Gothamist
October 12, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Scientists Spy Salty Groundwater System Beneath Antarctic Ice Stream
NSF IRIS
October 11, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Columbia University Studying How Climate Change Impacts Fall Foliage
New York Ag Connection
October 11, 2022
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mukund Palat Rao.


Hurricane Ian Exposed Florida as a Hotbed of 'Climate Gentrification' – Research May Have an Answer
Footprint Coalition
October 10, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


'A Race for Higher Ground': A New Study Shows How Climate Gentrification Is Displacing Vulnerable Communities
Fast Company
October 11, 2022
Article features research led by Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Fall Foliage and Climate Change: A Wild Mix
Hudson Valley Viewfinder
October 9, 2022
Article features Lamont postdoc Mukund Palat Rao.


Tough Times with Lou Young - Show #26 - Diane Osgood, Sir Alex Halliday
WRCR
October 8, 2022
Interview with Alex Halliday on Lamont research and Open House.


Climate Skeptics Falsely Deny Link Between Warming and Hurricanes
Agence France-Presse 
October 6, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Palm Trees Bend in High Winds and Are Hard to Uproot. A Forest Ecologist Says They're Perfectly Designed to Withstand Hurricanes.
Business Insider
October 4, 2022
Article quotes Lamont forest ecologist Maria Uriarte.


Megadrought Could Become the New Normal in the Southwestern US
New Scientist
October 4, 2022
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook and colleagues.


Congratulations to the 2022 AGU Union Medal, Award, and Prize Recipients
Eos
October 3, 2022
Article names Lamont geologist Dennis Kent.


Opinion: Where the Hurricane Risk Is Growing
CNN
October 3, 2022
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Hurricane Ian Capped 2 Weeks of Extreme Storms Around the Globe: Here's What's Known About How Climate Change Fuels Hurricanes
The Conversation
October 3, 2022
Article co-oauthored by Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


How Climate Change Fuels Monster Hurricanes
MSNBC 
October 2, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo. 


Jacky Austermann Looks to Solid Earth for Clues to Sea-Level Rise
Science News
September 29, 2022
Article features Lamont geodynamicist Jacqueline Austermann.


Big Questions Inspire the Scientists on This Year’s SN 10 List
Science News
September 29, 2022
Article features Lamont geodynamicist Jacqueline Austermann.


New York City Scientists Are Exploring History Through Tree Rings
Newsy
September 28, 2022
Article features Lamont-Doherty Tree Ring Lab.


A Nightmare for Forecasters: Why Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger, Faster
New York Times
September 26, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


How to Survive a Heat Wave with Neil deGrasse Tyson, Radley Horton, and Bud Cooper
StarTalk!
September 23, 2022
Episode features Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton (at 37:50).


People Need to Think Bigger About Volcanic Catastrophes
Eos
September 22, 2022
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


AGU Announces the 2022 Class of Fellows
Eos
September 19, 2022
Article names Lamont scientists Marc Spiegelman, Mingfang Ting, and Spahr C. Webb.


Eight Days in Greenland
Highlands Current
September 16, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


West Antarctica's 'Doomsday Glacier' Melts at Alarming Rates
The Ticker
September 16, 2022
Article cites Lamont glaciologist Indrani Das.


How the South Asian Monsoon Is Changing in a Warming Climate
Carbon Brief
September 15, 2022
Article by Lamont climate scientist Michela Biasutti, atmospheric scientist Mingfang Ting, and climate scientist Spencer A. Hill.


The World Has a $1 Trillion La Nina Problem
Bloomberg Green
September 15, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Why the Quieter Than Usual Hurricane Season?
WSB
September 15, 2022
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


The Centuries-Long Quest to Map the Seafloor’s Hidden Secrets
Popular Science
September 14, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geophysicist William Haxby and geologists Marie Tharp nd Bruce Heezen.


Hard-Hit by Climate Change, Winemakers Turn to Sustainability to Ride the Storms
Reuters
September 14, 2022
Article quotes and cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Lion-Size Otters Prowled Ethiopia 3 Million Years Ago
LiveScience
September 13, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Global 'Stilling': Is Climate Change Slowing Down the Wind? 
Yale Environment 360
September 13, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert F. Anderson, and colleague.


Megadrought in the American Southwest: A Climate Disaster Unseen in 1,200 Years
Guardian
September 12, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


American Cities Have to Find Ways to Keep Themselves From Drowning
Esquire
September 8, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob, PhD student Casey Ivanovich, postdoc Mona Hemmati, and Columbia colleagues.


What Is a 'Triple-Dip' La Niña? Meteorologists Predict One Is Coming
ABC News
September 8, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Jurassic Parka: How Dinosaurs Survived the Cold
Columbia Magazine
September 8, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Scientists In Ethiopia Have Discovered A New Species Of Prehistoric Otter — And This One Is The Size Of A Modern-Day Lion
All That's Interesting
September 8, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Lion-Sized Otters Lived in Ethiopia 3 Million Years Ago
Sci-News
September 8, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Ethiopia: News - in Ethiopia Scientists Identify Fossil Otter the Size of a Lion
All Africa
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Lex van Geen, Research Professor, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
The Creative Process
September 7, 2022
Interview with Lamont geochemist Lex van Geen.


To Clear Deadly Land Mines, Science Turns to Drones and Machine Learning
Scientific American
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-led by Lamont PhD student Jasper Baur.


How Tree Rings Helped Identify a Rhode Island Whaler Lost at Sea
New York Times
September 7, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Scientists Discover an Otter That Lived in Ethiopia and Was as Big as a Lion
Semana
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


This Species of Otter Was as Big as a Lion
Futuro360
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Ancient Otter Fossils Show It Was the Size of a Lion
Daily Mail
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Otters the Size of Lions Once Roamed the Earth – and May Have Had a Taste for Humans
The Telegraph
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


A New Species of Extinct Otter Was as Big as a Lion
Europapress
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Ancient Otter Fossils Show It Was the Size of a Lion When it Lived More Than 2.5 Million Years Ago
Bharat Express News
September 7, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


Mystery of a Ship That Disappeared in 1858 Resolved by Use of Tree-Ring Technique
Yahoo News
September 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Food Supply and Security Concerns Mount as Impacts Stress Agriculture 
Yale Climate Connections
September 6, 2022
Article cites research led by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber. 


Scientists Warn of Breadbasket Failure Because of Climate Change
Deccan Herald
September 5, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


From Pakistan to Texas, Big Rains After Extreme Heat Deliver Double Punch
Reuters
September 1, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Can Tree Rings Solve the Mystery of a 19th-Century American Shipwreck?
Smithsonian Magazine
September 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Scientists Determine the Year and Origin of a Ship That Wrecked Off Patagonia 150 Years Ago
El Ciudadano
September 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Dendrochronology Applied to Shipwreck Off Argentina’s Coast
Ancient Archaeology
September 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Argentina Ship Mystery
CBC As It Happens
September 1, 2022
Episode features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues (at 34:40).


Volcanic Winters Ushered in the Jurassic Reign of the Dinosaurs
Eos
August 31, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Study: Vikings Were Not the First to Settle the Faroe Islands
The Archaeologist
August 31, 2022
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Shipwreck's Story 'Is There in the Tree Rings'
Newser
August 31, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Study: Vikings Were Not the First to Settle Faroe Islands
Norway Today
August 30, 2022
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Dendrochronology Applied to Shipwreck Off Argentina’s Coast
Archaeology
August 30, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Dendrochronologists Identify Lost Whaling Ship
Ordo News
August 30, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Tree Rings Helped Identify a 160-Year-Old Wreck off Argentina as Lost Rhode Island Whaler
Providence Journal
August 30, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Mystery of Shipwreck Finally Solved Thanks to Clues in Rotting Timbers
Mirror
August 30, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Long-Lost American Shipwreck Identified By Analyzing Timbers
Newsweek
August 29, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Archaeologists Find the Remains of a US Whaling Ship that Sank in Patagonia in the 19th Century
DiCYT
August 29, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Mysterious Shipwreck Off Argentina Identified as a Whaling Boat Lost More than 160 Years Ago
Daily Mail
August 29, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


American Ship Lost in 1859 Likely Rediscovered on Argentinian Beach
Gizmodo
Aug 27, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


How Tree Rings Help Make a Case that a 19th-Century Shipwreck in Argentina Could Be a Ship Built in Warren, R.I.
Boston Globe
August 26, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


The World’s Rivers, Canals and Reservoirs Are Turning to Dust
Bloomberg
August 26, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Rhode Island Whaling Ship Identified Off Patagonia After Nearly Two Centuries Lost at Sea
Rhode Island Monthly
August 25, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


Scientists Say a Shipwreck Off Patagonia Is a Long-lost 1850s Rhode Island Whaler
ECO Magazine
August 25, 2022
Article features research by Lamont tree-ring scientists Edward Cook, Mukund Palat Rao, and colleagues.


How Climate Change Spurs Megadroughts
Yale Climate Connections
August 25, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Revelations from 17-Million-Year-Old Ape Teeth Could Lead to New Insights on Early Human Evolution
The Conversation
Aug 24, 2022
Article co-authored by Lamont postdoc Daniel Green.


Report of an Ancient Methane Release Raises Questions for Our Climate Future
The Washington Post
August 24, 2022
Article quotes late Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Why Europe Is Particularly Impacted by Heat Waves
Euronews
August 24, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Key Antarctic Fish Species Declining Due to Climate Change
The Antarctic Sun
August 22, 2022
Article cites research by Lamont biological oceanographer Hugh Ducklow.


Eye on the Hurricane: Tropical Storms Near Peak Season
Amsterdam News
August 18, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Millions of People in Midwest to Experience ‘Extreme Heat Belt’ by 2053: Report
ABC News
August 15, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Research: Dinosaurs Take Control in Cold Climates
The Print
August 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Opinion: The Inflation Reduction Act Is a Huge Victory in this Existential Fight
CNN
August 13, 2022
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


How Climate Change Spurs Megadroughts
Grist
August 9, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


New Study Reports that Tropical Cyclones Are Dropping in Number
ECO Magazine
August 5, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Glider Experts Share Knowledge to Improve Global Ocean Health Data
ECO Magazine
August 5, 2022
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Julius Busecke.


Extreme Heatwaves: Surprising Lessons from the Record Warmth
Nature
August 4, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhumber.


Humid Heat: Hidden but Hazardous
Climate Central
August 3, 2022
Article features Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


This Day in History: The Term ‘Global Warming’ Appears for the First Time
History
August 3, 2022
Article features work of Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Burning Up
National Wildlife Federation
August 2, 2022
Article quotes and cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Using Artificial Waves to Predict Tsunamis
ECO Magazine
August 2, 2022
Article cites research aboard Lamont's R/V Marcus G. Langseth.


Ending the Plague of Plastic
Aspen Ideas Festival
July 29, 2022
Talk by Lamont sustainability scientist and science educator Laurel Zaima.


Pollen of the Past
Wellesley Magazine
July 29, 2022
Profile of Lamont geologist Linda Heusser.


Floods, Heat and Fire: How Climate Change is Unfolding in Real Time
NBC Nightly News
July 29, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Future Storms Will Put Parts of NYC Underwater, Endangering Hundreds of Thousands
NPR
July 28, 2022
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


New NYC Storm Surge Map Shows How Climate Change Threatens Affordable Housing, Upscale Waterfront
Gothamist
July 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


These Hurricane Flood Maps Reveal the Climate Future of Miami, NYC and D.C.
NPR
July 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Massive Greenland Ice Sheet Loss in Just 3 Days; Experts Warn About More Water Melting Each Year
Science Times
July 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Carbon Dating Hampered by Rising Fossil-Fuel Emissions
Nature
July 27, 2022
Article quotes Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


NASA Scientist: Shrinking Lake Mead Levels, Satellite Images 'A Wake-up Call'
FOX5 Las Vegas
July 27, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Climate Change Exposes Growing Gap Between Weather We've Planned for — and What's Coming
USA Today
July 27, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Mexico Declares State of Emergency over Worsening Drought
NBC News
July 26, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Q&A: Why Are Wildfires Getting Worse?
News Nation
July 26, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Her Discovery Was Dismissed As ‘Girl Talk’
SRF
July 26, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


The Science Behind Extreme Heat
Columbia Energy Exchange
July 26, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


The Great American Megadrought Is Already Here
Slate
July 25, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


As Europe’s Heat Wave Melts Roads, Tour de France Races into an Uncertain Future
Washington Post
July 24, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


These Images of Great Salt Lake Are Haunting
Huffington Post
July 23, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


The Arctic Is Warming Much Faster Than the Rest of the Planet
Wired
July 23, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Michael Previdi.


Climate Change Blamed for Extreme, and Frequent, Heat Waves
Cheddar News
July 22, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


The Bold Journey to Reveal Every Dark Inch of the Ocean Floor
Daily Beast
July 22, 2022
Article quotes Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini and cites work of pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


The Social Responsibility of a Climate Scientist
TEDxBroadway
July 21, 2022
Talk by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


What Are Carbon Offsets, and Can They Combat Climate Change?
Wall Street Journal
July 21, 2022
Article quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Mukund Palat Rao.


Greenland Lost Enough Ice in Just Three Days to Cover the Entire State of West Virginia with a Foot of Water after Temperatures Soared to 60F Last Month - 10 Degrees Warmer than Normal
Daily Mail
July 21, 2022
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


The 'Evil Twin' of Global Warming: What Is Ocean Acidification?
Earth.org
July 21, 2022
Article cites study led by late Lamont  geochemist Taro Takahashi.


Cold Temperatures Paved the Way for T. Rex
Tech Explorist
July 21, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Record-Breaking Heat Waves in US and Europe Prove Climate Change Is Already Here, Experts Say
ABC News
July 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


U.S. Swelters in Latest Heat Wave, with Texas and Oklahoma Hitting 115°F
Yahoo News
July 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


60 Million U.S. Residents Face Triple Digit Temperatures This Week
EcoWatch
July 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Dante’s Inferno-Like Conditions Erupt Over Europe; Death Toll Tops 100; France Warns of Heat Apocalypse
Daily Kos
July 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


The World Is Burning Once Again
The Atlantic
July 19, 2022
Article quotes and cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Heat Waves Are Dominating Summer, Killing Thousands, and Fueling Wildfires. The World Needs to Prepare for More.
Business Insider
July 19, 2022
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Wildfires and Record Temperatures Ravage Europe, Extreme Heat Takes Toll on U.S.
ABC News
July 19, 2022
Segment quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Lake Mead Dwindles, and a WWII-Era 'Swamp Boat' Emerges
LiveScience
July 19, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Mapping a Volcanic Eruption in the Backyard of Iceland’s Capital
Eos
July 19, 2022
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Why Europe Is Becoming a Heat Wave Hot Spot
New York Times
July 18, 2022
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Europe Wrestles With Heat Waves and Forest Fires
Financial Times
July 18, 2022
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


New Study Reports That Tropical Cyclones Are Dropping in Number
Ocean News
July 18, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo and colleagues.


The Volcanic Eruption in Alaska that Rocked Ancient Egypt
Yale Climate Connections
July 18, 2022
Article quotes late Lamont climate scientist Wally Broecker.


The New York City Triathlon Has a Complicated History with the Hudson River
Fox Weather
July 18, 2022
Article cites Lamont research.


15 Minutes of Fame: Jerry Brotton Chooses Marie Tharp
BBC History Extra
July 18, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


A Transboundary Threat: The Prevalence of Sandstorms in the GCC Pose a Severe Climate Risk
The New Arab
July 18, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


‘Oldest Living Thing on Earth’ Discovered in Chile
Al Jazeera
July 17, 2022
Segment quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Mukund Palat Rao (at 3:08).


Volcanic Lava Lake Belts Out Its Secrets in Seismic "Songs"
Eos
July 15, 2022
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


As Europe Bakes in Heatwave, Wildfires Rage From Portugal to Croatia
Reuters
July 14, 2022
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


What Greenland and Antarctica Look Like Without Ice
Polar Journal
July 13, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geodynamicist Jacqueline Austermann, PhD student Andrew Hollyday, and former postdoc Guy Paxman.


Is Federal Government Dooming Efforts to Address Climate Change?
The Hill
July 10, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Restoring Hudson River Ecosystems Is Essential to Continue Dolphin and Whale Sightings
Fox Weather
July 9, 2022
Article cites Lamont as project partner.


U.S. Biggest Reservoir Hits Historic Low Level amid Megadrought
Xinhua
July 9, 2022
Article quotes and cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


How Dinosaurs Conquered the World by Doing the Unthinkable
Mashable
July 9, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Reign of the Dinosaurs Began After Cold Waves 202 Million Years Ago
National Geographic España
July 8, 2021
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


A New Theory on the Rise of Dinosaurs
BBC News / BBC World Service
July 7, 2022
Episode features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues (at 23:56-30:07).


India's Deadly Heatwave Will Soon Be a Global Reality
Washington Post
July 7, 2022
Article cites research by Lamont PhD Colin Raymond, climate scientist Radley Horton, and colleague.


Feather Coats May Have Helped the Dinosaurs Survive an Apocalypse
Syfy
July 7, 2021
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Heat Dome Spikes in Europe as Climate Change Helps Shift Weather Patterns
Axios
July 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber and colleagues.


Dinosaurs Took Over Planet Because They Could Endure the Cold, Scientists Say
Live Science
July 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Did Fuzzy Coats Help Dinosaurs Survive One of Earth’s Worst Extinctions?
Science
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Feathers May Have Helped Dinosaurs Survive Their First Apocalypse
Scientific American
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


What We’ve Been Getting Wrong About Dinosaurs
CNN
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Were Dinosaurs Warm or Cold-Blooded? Scientists May Finally Have an Answer
Inverse
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


How the Dinosaurs Took Over
Economist
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Freezing Temperatures Caused by Repeated Volcanic Winters May Have Led to Dinosaurs' Domination of the Earth
BBC Science Focus
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Feathers May Have Helped Dinosaurs Survive the Triassic Mass Extinction
Science News
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


Dinosaurs Survived Through Freezing Poles Before Jurassic Jungles
Discover
July 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont geologists Paul Olsen, Dennis Kent, Clara Chang, Sean Kinney, and colleagues.


The Supreme Court's EPA Decision Heralds a Broad Assault on Democracy
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
July 1, 2022
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


No Slack in the System’: Ruling Will Make Hitting Climate Targets More Difficult
New York Times
June 30, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientists Jason Smerdon and Radley Horton.


Supreme Court Strips Federal Government of Crucial Tool to Control Pollution
New York Times
June 30, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Battling Crabs 250 Miles Off the Oregon Coast, While Studying an Underwater Volcano
OPB
June 30, 2022
Article quotes Lamont research engineers Ted Koczynski and Pete Liljegren.


Hurricane Numbers Are Decreasing in Every Ocean Basin Except One, Study Finds
CNN
June 27, 2022
Article features research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


U.S. a Giant Tinderbox as Drought and Wildfires Combine
Newsweek
June 27, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Mingfang Ting.


Heat Waves Around the World Push People and Nations ‘to the Edge’
New York Times
June 24, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


Triple Trepidation as Weather Forecasters Warn of La Nina’s Return
Sydney Morning Herald
June 24, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientists Mingfang Ting and Kai Kornhuber.


What Is Causing Devastating Floods in India and Bangladesh?
Ground Report
June 23, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Mingfang Ting.


Rare ‘Triple La Nina’ Event Looks Likely — What Does the Future Hold?
Nature
June 23, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Exploring the Depths of Scientific Patronage
Issues in Science Technology
Summer 2022
Article mentions Lamont's early role in ocean research.


What is Columbia Known For? Is Columbia a Good School?
College Gazette
June 21, 2022
Article cites Lamont's research expertise.


It's Not Summer Yet, But Climate Change Is Already Showing Its Teeth in 2022
Yahoo News
June 17, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Greenland’s Polar Bears Are Learning to Get Around in a Less Icy World
Popular Science
June 16, 2022
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton.


N.H. Dep-Drilling Rock Cores Still Need a Forever Home
Concord Monitor Granite Geek
June 16, 2022
Article features the Lamont Core Repository.


Massive Groundwater Systems Lie Beneath Antarctic Ice
Eos
June 13, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


NYC in 2027: What the City Will Look Like Five Years Down the Road
New York Post
June 11, 2022
Article quotes Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Is This the Oldest Tree in the World?
Live Science
June 8, 2022
Article quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Ed Cook.


Massive Amount of Water Found Below Antarctica's Ice Sheet for 1st Time
CTV News
June 8, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


In Ohio, Researchers Find EPA Data Doesn’t Tell the Whole Story on Fracking Pollution
Energy News Network
June 8, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja, climate scientist Dan Westervelt, and colleagues.


Community-Led Science Uncovers High Air Pollution From Fracking in Ohio County
Environmental News Network
June 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja, climate scientist Dan Westervelt, and colleagues.


Why Are High Wet-Bulb Temperatures So Dangerous?
Ground Report
June 6, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Leading Climate Scientist Maureen E. Raymo Joins C2ES Board
Center for Climate & Energy Solutions (C2ES)
June 1, 2022
Article features Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Giant Water Reservoirs Help Explain Melting in Antarctica
Folha de Sao Paulo
June 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Weather’s Unwanted Guest: Nasty La Nina Keeps Popping Up
AP News
May 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Ohio Community Finds High Air Pollution Levels Missed by EPA Instruments
Meteorological Technology International
May 27, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja, climate scientist Dan Westervelt, and colleagues.


Sensors Identify Emissions Missed by Expensive EPA Instruments
Espanol News
May 25, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD student Garima Raheja, climate scientist Dan Westervelt, and colleagues.


Sandstorm Wave Sweeps Middle East, Sending Thousands to Hospitals
Washington Post
May 26, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Groundwater Discovered in Sediments Buried Deep Under Antarctic Ice
NSF
May 24, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Is the World’s Oldest Tree Growing in a Ravine in Chile?
Science
May 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont tree-ring scientist Ed Cook.


Water Scarcity in a Changing Climate: Will Drought Get Worse with Warming?
Climate Feedback
May 20, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Why a Marsh
Places
May 1, 2022
Article co-authored by Lamont paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet.


My Lying Eyes: We Did Start the Fire
This American Life
May 16, 2022
Segment informed by scientific expertise provided by Lamont and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Lazy Bears and Confused Birds: What a Warming Planet Means for Wildlife
Environmental News Network
May 16, 2022
Article features Lamont ecologist Natalie Boelman.


New York City Is Set to Be Hit by 'Multiple' Severe Thunderstorms, Torrential Downpours and Possible Tornado as Dismal Spring Continues across Tri-State Area
Daily Mail
May 16, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Chia-Ying Lee.


Lazy Bears and Confused Birds: What a Warming Planet Means for Wildlife
Columbia Magazine
May 12, 2022
Article features Lamont ecologist Natalie Boelman.


Cities Brace for Apocalyptic Flooding As New Age of Super Storms Dawns
Newsweek
May 11, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Air Pollution Can Mean More, or Fewer, Hurricanes. It Depends Where You Live.
New York Times
May 11, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Study Finds Cleaner Air Leads to More Atlantic Hurricanes
AP News
May 11, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Cleaner Air May Help Explain Why We're Seeing So Many Atlantic Hurricanes
Philadelphia Inquirer
May 11, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientists Chia-Ying Lee and Adam Sobel.


Tri-State Area Bracing for More Devastating Storms as Hurricane Season Approaches
CBS New York
May 10, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Chia-Ying Lee.


Ancient Groundwater Discovered Deep Below Antarctic Ice
Washington Examiner
May 9, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Groundwater Discovered in Sediments Buried Deep Beneath Antarctic Ice
Sci Tech Daily
May 8, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Scientists Discover Massive Reservoir of Water under Antarctic Ice
May 7, 2022
Axios
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Making New Climate Data from Old Timber
New Yorker
May 6, 2022
Article features Lamont tree-ring scientists Mukund Palat Rao, Caroline Leland, Edward Cook and the Lamont Tree Ring Lab.


Massive Amount of Water Found Below Antarctica's Ice Sheet for 1st Time
CNN
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Huge Groundwater System Discovered Below the Antarctic Ice Could Influence How It Reacts to Climate Change
Daily Mail
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Huge Groundwater System Discovered Under Antarctica
Gizmodo
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Scientists Discover Hidden Water Reserve Under Antarctic, Enough to Submerge Statue of Unity
India Today
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


'Giant MRI of Antarctica' Reveals 'Fossil Seawater' Under Ice Sheet
Live Science
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Huge Volume of Water Detected Under Antarctic Ice
BBC
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


A Vast Underground Water System Helps Drive Antarctica’s Glaciers
Wired
May 5, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography postdoc Chloe Gustafson, Lamont geophysicist Kerry Key, and colleagues.


Clues from the Sea Paint a Picture of Earth’s Water Cycle
Eos
May 4, 2022
Article cites EarthChem repository, Lamont geoinformatician Kerstin Lehnert, and EarthChem team.


The Big Myth About Global Warming You Need to Stop Believing
SlashGear
April 29, 2022
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Meltwater Rivers Could Endanger Antarctic Ice Shelves
Discover
Apr 28, 2022
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Alexandra Boghosian, cryospheric scientist Patrick Alexander, polar scientists Marco Tedesco and Robin Bell, and colleagues.


Researchers Examined Ancient Sheep Poop and Now We Don’t Know Who Colonized the Faroe Islands
Utah Public Radio UnDisciplined
Apr 28, 2022
Podcast features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Researchers Around the World Look for Solutions to Combat Global Warming
ABC International
April 22, 2022
Interview with Lamont atmospheric scientist Roísín Commane.


Nordic Terroir Threatens to Leave Britain's Wine Dreams Withering on the Vine
The Telegraph
April 23, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


7 Ocean Mysteries Scientists Haven’t Solved Yet
Vox
April 22, 2022
Article quotes Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


Climate Change Will Force People Out of Their Homes — But Where Will They Go?
NBC LX
April 21, 2022
Interview with Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


NY to Spend $638M on Clean Water Projects, Upgrades to Aging Sewers. Which Cities Will Get Funding
The Journal News
April 21, 2022
Article cites Lamont research.


Two-Thirds of All Community Water Systems in the U.S. Contain Uranium
New York Amsterdam News
Apr 20, 2022
Article cites research co-authored by Lamont geochemists Steven Chillrud and Benjamin Bostick.


A Quiet Section of the San Andreas Fault Once Had Big Quakes
Temblor
April 19, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


How Ancient, Recurring Climate Changes May Have Shaped Human Evolution
Science News
April 13, 2022
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Rachel Lupien.


National Geographic Society Launches Groundbreaking Multi-year Expedition of the Amazon River Basin with the Support of the Rolex Perpetual Planet Initiative
National Geographic
April 12, 2022
Article features Lamont PhD student Jennifer Angel-Amaya.


Six Women Whose Innovations Changed Science and Engineering
Smithsonian
April 7, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Forecasters Face Loss of Data as Weather Balloon Flights Are Cut
The New York Times
April 5, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


These Energy Innovations Could Transform How We Mitigate Climate Change, and Save Money in the Process – 5 Essential Reads
The Conversation
April 4, 2022
Article features Lamont deputy director and geophysicist David Goldberg.


In Pursuit of Data Immortality
Nature
April 4, 2022
Article features Lamont geoinformatician Kerstin Lehnert.


Backward-Flowing Rivers Can Destabilize Ice Shelves
Scientific American
April 1, 2022
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Alexandra Boghosian, cryospheric scientist Patrick Alexander, polar scientists Marco Tedesco and Robin Bell, and colleagues.


The Big Slide
Hakai
March 29, 2022
Article features Lamont seismologist Göran Ekström.


Wally Broecker Divined How the Climate Could Suddenly Shift
Science News
March 29, 2022
Article features Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker and paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet.


Women’s History Month Spotlight: Angie Patterson, GSAS’21
Columbia News
March 25, 2022
Interview with Lamont PhD plant ecophysiologist Angelica Patterson.


Alaska Volcanoes Go Offline after 'Severe' Telecoms Interruption
Newsweek
March 17, 2022
Article quotes Lamont volcanologists Einat Lev and Yves Moussallam.


Climate Adaptation: Rising Tides in Coastal Cities
Why It Matters
March 17, 2022
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Why the Western Megadrought Is the Worst in 1,200 Years
Action News 5
March 17, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Central Section of the San Andreas Fault Could Cause Bigger Earthquakes, Adding Fears to the Imminent Big One
Science Times
March 17, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


Why the Big One Could Be Even Bigger
Daily Mail
March 16, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


San Andreas Fault Not So Silent
Weather.com
March 16, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


A Climate Science Midlife Crisis
Sea Change Radio
March 15, 2022
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


The History of Climate Change Offers Clues to Earth’s Future
Knowable Magazine
March 15, 2022
Interview with Lamont geochemist Sid Hemming. 


Volcanic Eruptions Are Partly Controlled by the Amount of Water Present in Magma
Futura
March 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Daniel Rasmussen (now National Museum of Natural History postdoc), volcanologist Terry Plank, and colleagues.


What the Discovery of the Endurance 3,000 Meters Under the Ice Teaches Us
La Repubblica
March 14, 2022
Article by Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Moving Towards Better Volcanic Eruption Predictions
Cosmos
March 14, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Daniel Rasmussen (now National Museum of Natural History postdoc), volcanologist Terry Plank, and colleagues.


Summer: The Warmest Season
Live Science
March 12, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


New Insight Into Magma Chambers Could Improve Volcano Models
Science
March 10, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Daniel Rasmussen (now National Museum of Natural History postdoc), volcanologist Terry Plank, and colleagues.


To Track Magma’s Path to Eruption, Scientists Say There’s Something in the Water
Smithsonian Magazine
March 10, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Daniel Rasmussen (now National Museum of Natural History postdoc), volcanologist Terry Plank, and colleagues.


Keys to Knowing When a Volcano Is Going to Erupt
ABC Science
March 10, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Daniel Rasmussen (now National Museum of Natural History postdoc), volcanologist Terry Plank, and colleagues.


What the Western US Megadrought Tells Us About Climate Change
World Economic Forum
March 9, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


New Research Suggests Central California Has Experienced Bigger Earthquakes than Scientists Thought
KCBX
March 8, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


FERN’s Back Forty: Another Testament to a Warming World
Food & Environment Reporting Network
March 8, 2022
Article features research by Lamont oceanographers Christopher Zappa and Ajit Subramaniam, postdoc Nathan Laxague, PhD student Carson Witte, and colleagues.


‘Aseismic’ Creeping Part of California Fault Once Hosted Huge Earthquakes
Washington Post
March 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


The 'Slow And Silent' Part of The San Andreas Fault May Still Be an Earthquake Threat
Science Alert
March 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


San Andreas Fault: What To Know & Is It Dangerous
The Travel
March 6, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


Women's History Month: 5 Groundbreaking Researchers Who Mapped the Ocean Floor, Tested Atomic Theories, Vanquished Malaria and More
The Conversation
March 4, 2022
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Ice Sheets: Why Ice Melt in Antarctica and Greenland Matters for Us
The Sweaty Penguin
March 4, 2022
Interview with Lamont polar scientist Robin Bell (at 28:15).


Earthquake Models Get a Big Shakeup with Clues Buried in the San Andreas Fault
Popular Science
March 3, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD  Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


The San Andreas Fault May Cause More Damage Than Scientists Expected
KCBS Radio
March 3, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD  Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


Paleoseismology Changes the San Andreas Game
Medium
March 3, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD  Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


Mounting Stress: Sluggish-Shifting Part Of San Andreas Fault Stays A Hazard
Daily San Francisco Bay News
March 3, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD  Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


New Study Sounds the Alarm About San Andreas Fault, but What's the HayWired Scenario?
Fox KTVU
March 3, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD  Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


Center of California's San Andreas Fault Could Cause Even Bigger Earthquakes, Says Study
Newsweek
February 28, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


San Andreas Fault Line Could Cause Greater Earthquakes than First Thought, Researchers Say
Independent
February 28, 2022
Article features research by Lamont PhD  Genevieve Coffey, geologist Stephen Cox, geologist Sidney Hemming, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, and colleagues.


Disputing Koonin on Greenland’s Melting Ice
Wall Street Journal
Opinion co-authored by Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.
February 27, 2022


Megadrought Likely to Continue in Western Colorado and Across the West for Years, Scientists Say
Denver Post
February 19, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Tracking the Melting Ross Ice Shelf With New Probes
Polar Journal
February 16, 2022
Article features research led by Lamont glaciologist David Porter.


Explained: What Is Megadrought that Is Gripping the American West?
CNBC-TV18
February 16, 2021
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Farmers, Ranchers in the Southwest Adapt to the Region’s Worst Drought in More than 1,000 Years
Marketplace
February 16, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


U.S. Megadrought Worst in at Least 1,200 Years, Researchers Say
NBC News
February 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


What Is a Megadrought? Southwest U.S. at Its Driest in 1,200 Years
Newsweek
February 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


US West ‘Megadrought’ Is Worst in at Least 1,200 Years, New Study Says
Guardian
February 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Western Megadrought Now Worst In 1,200 Years; Climate Change ‘Worst-Case Scenario Getting Worse’
KPIX
February 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


The American West’s “Megadrought” Is The Worst It’s Been in 1,200 Years
Futurism
February 15, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Western Megadrought Is Worst in 1,200 Years, Intensified by Climate Change, Study Finds
Los Angeles Times
February 14, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


How Bad Is the Western Drought? Worst in 12 Centuries, Study Finds.
The New York Times
February 14, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Study Finds Western Megadrought Is the Worst in 1,200 Years
NPR
February 14, 2022
Article features research by Lamont climate scientists Benjamin Cook and Jason Smerdon, and UCLA/Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Underground Carbon-Dioxide Storage Idea Is Cracked. And That’s Actually Good.
Washington Post
February 13, 2022
Article features research led by Lamont experimental geophysicist Catalina Sanchez-Roa with geophysicists Jacob Tielke, Christine McCarthy, Marc Spiegelman, geologist Peter Kelemen, and Columbia Engineering's Alissa Park.


What Is the Last Area of Arctic Sea Ice (and Why Is It Important to the Future of the Planet)?
BBC News Mundo
February 9, 2022
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


Kilimanjaro’s Ice Fields Didn’t Disappear by 2020. That Doesn’t Mean Climate Change Isn’t Happening.
PolitiFact
February 7, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Could Climate Change Melt the Future of the Winter Olympics?
Columbia University
February 4, 2022
Video features Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Good News: Rocks Crack Under Pressure from Mineral CO2 Storage
Eos
February 3, 2022
Article features research by Lamont experimental geophysicist Catalina Sanchez-Roa.


Researcher Floats Pairing Offshore Wind with Carbon Removal Tech
Axios
January 31, 2022
Article quotes Lamont deputy director and geophysicist David Goldberg.


Curl Up with These 7 Thought Provoking Stories
Washington Post
January 28, 2022
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


What We Can Learn from Tonga's Volcanic Eruption
CGTN America
January 27, 2022
Interview with Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Film Reveals Arctic Changes through Indigenous, Scientific Knowledge
Daily News-Miner
January 27, 2022
Article on research by Lamont oceanographers Christopher Zappa and Ajit Subramaniam, postdoc Nathan Laxague, PhD student Carson Witte, and colleagues.


Five Columbia Faculty Named AAAS Fellows
Columbia News
January 26, 2022
Article features Lamont geologist Nicholas Christie-Blick.


Offshore Wind Farms Could Help Capture Carbon from Air and Store It Long-term, Saving Money – A Geophysicist Explains How
The Conversation
January 25, 2022
Article by Lamont deputy director and geophysicist David Goldberg.


Offshore Wind Farms Could Bank Carbon Dioxide on Slow Days
Popular Science
January 25, 2022
Article by Lamont deputy director and geophysicist David Goldberg.


Lisa Goddard, 55, Dies; Brought Climate Data to Those Who Needed It
The New York Times
January 22, 2022
Obituary of IRI climate scientist Lisa Goddard quotes Lamont director and Columbia Climate School co-founding dean Maureen Raymo.


Tonga Volcano Eruption Created Puzzling Ripples in Earth's Atmosphere
Nature
January 18, 2022
Article quotes Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


Pacific Volcano: Science Will Explain Event’s Ferocity
BBC News
January 17, 2022
Article quotes Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


6 Things You Need to Know About Climate Change Now
Columbia Magazine 
January 14, 2022
Article quotes/cites Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker, climate scientist Radley Horton, paleoclimatologist Maureen Raymo, climate scientist Adam Sobel, and glaciologist Marco Tedesco.


What Old NYC Lumber Can Tell Us About Climate History
Columbia Magazine
January 14, 2022
Article features Lamont tree-ring scientists Caroline Leland, Mukund Palat Rao, Edward Cook, and Milagros Rodríguez-Catón.


Tackling Climate Change Is Art, Not Just Science
Christian Science Monitor
January 13, 2022
Article quotes Lamont PhD student Caroline Juang.


Rainy Days Harm the Economy
Science Daily
January 12, 2022
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Anders Levermann.


More Rainy Days From Climate Change Could Dampen Economy
ABC News
January 12, 2022
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Anders Levermann with comment by Earth Institute postdoc Kai Kornhuber.


Extreme Rainfall Driven by Climate Change Hampering Global Economy
The Weather Channel
January 12, 2022
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Anders Levermann.


Humans Reached Remote North Atlantic Islands Centuries Earlier than Thought
National Science Foundation
January 12, 2022
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Policymakers Should Consider Changes in Nature of Land: Professor Steckler
New Age Bangladesh
January 6, 2022
Article features Lamont geophysicist Michael Steckler.


‘Sticky’ Ice Sheets May Have Led to More Intense Glacial Cycles
Eos
January 5, 2022
Article on research by Lamont scientists Maayan Yehudai, Joohee Kim, Maria Jaume-Seguí, Karla Knudson, Louise Bolge, Alberto Malinverno, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.

Year in Climate: Extreme Weather Events Prove Climate Change Is Already Here
ABC News
December 28, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Can Scientists Develop an Icy Sanctuary for Arctic Life?
Science News for Students
December 22, 2021
Article features research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


Ancient Sheep Poop Tells the Tale of the Faroe Islands’ First Inhabitants
Smithsonian Magazine
December 21, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Drilling Into the Climate of Human Origins
American Scientist
December 19, 2021
Article features research by Lamont postdoc Rachel Lupien, paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno, paleoceanographer Peter de Menocal, and colleagues.


Evidence for the Earliest Human Occupation of the Faroe Islands
Nature Asia
December 17, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea


Celtic Explorers Reached the Faroe Islands 350 Years Before the Vikings Landed
The Times
December 17, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Warmer Winters Can Wreak as Much Havoc as Hotter Summers, Say Scientists
Guardian
December 17, 2021
Article quotes Earth Institute climate scientist Kai Kornhuber and Lamont natural hazards expert Chiara Lepore.


Ancient Eruptions Reveal Earliest Settlers of Faroe Islands
Eos
December 16, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Ancient Sheep Poop Reveals an Unknown Population on the Faroe Islands Before the Vikings
CNN
December 16, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


British or Irish Settlers Could Have Beaten Vikings to Faroe Islands  
BBC Six O’Clock News
December 16, 2021
Segment features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea (27:23-29:53).


British or Irish Reached Remote Faroe Islands Before Vikings
BBC
December 16, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


Mystery Group of Humans May Have Populated the Faroe Islands Before the Vikings
Gizmodo
December 16, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


People Arrived on Faroe Islands 300 Years Earlier than We Thought
New Scientist
December 16, 2021
Article features research led by Lamont PhD Lorelei Curtin and paleoclimatologist Billy D’Andrea.


The Meridian Chaser: Ricocheting Between Climate Divides Old and New
Sierra
December 15, 2021
Article features Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Deadly Tornadoes Bring Heartbreak And Questions on Resiliency and Climate Change
NPR
December 15, 2021
Segment quotes Lamont natural hazards expert Chiara Lepore.


Giant Cracks Push Imperiled Antarctic Glacier Closer to Collapse
Nature
December 14, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Kirsty Tinto.


Enchanted Princess Cruise Ship Christened in Original Video Ceremony
Cruise Critic
December 14, 2021
Article features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


Global Warming Can Set the Stage for Deadly Tornadoes
Inside Climate News
December 14, 2021
Article quotes Lamont natural hazards expert Chiara Lepore.


Scientists Are Working to Figure Out How Climate Change Influences Tornadoes
NPR
December 13, 2021
Segment quotes Lamont natural hazards expert Chiara Lepore.


Are Tornadoes Linked to Climate Change? The Science Isn’t Yet Definite
Agence France-Presse
December 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont natural hazards expert Chiara Lepore.


Rising From the Antarctic, a Climate Alarm
The New York Times
December 13, 2021
Article features map data provided by Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.


Arctic Fires Are Melting Permafrost that Keeps Carbon Underground
Bloomberg Green
December 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane.


Do Environmental Protection Laws Only Work When the Economy Is Doing Well?
Forbes
December 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Benjamin Bostick.


IFLScience Meets: Marine Biologist Sylvia Earle "The Greatest Era of Exploration Is Just Beginning"
IFL Science
December 9, 2021
Article references pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Marie Tharp, the Woman Who Drew the Map of the World as We Know It Today
El Confidencial
December 9, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Greenland Is Crying — Can It Be Saved from Mining and Climate Change?
The Hill
December 8, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Interview with Shashank Samala, Founder of Heirloom Carbon Technologies
Clean Technica
December 8, 2021
Article references Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen.


Hurricane Season 2021 Is Over. Could Future Ones See More Storms Rapidly Intensify?
Miami Herald
December 6, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Princess Cruises Names Godmothers of Latest Cruise Ship
Cruise Radio
December 6, 2021
Article features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


Naming Ceremony for Enchanted Princess
TTR Weekly
December 2, 2021
Article features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


Princess Cruises Honors Women of The Explorers Club as Godmothers of New Ship
TravelPulse
December 1, 2021
Article features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


The Arctic Could Get More Rain and Less Snow Sooner than Projected. Here's Why That Matters.
Washington Post
November 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


19th Century New England Whaling Logs Offer Clues to 21st Century Climate Change
WBUR
November 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


‘The Ice Sheet Is in for a Wild Ride’: Greenland Is Seeing Record Ice Loss
Independent
November 28, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Fall Foliage Was Disrupted by Climate Change. It Might Be the New Normal.
National Geographic
November 24, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientists Mukund Palat Rao and Benjamin Cook.


Greenland’s Ice Sheet Saw Record Losses to Calving of Glaciers and Ocean Melt
Washington Post
November 24, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco. 


Canadian Technology Takes Ocean Mapping to New Depths
Canadian Geographic
November 23, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Why Did Glacial Cycles Intensify a Million Years Ago?
National Science Foundation
November 23, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont PhD Maayan Yehudai and geochemist Steve Goldstein with PhD student Joohee Kim and colleagues.


Greenland Ice Sheet Experiences Record Loss to Calving of Glaciers and Ocean Melt over the Past Year
Washington Post
November 23, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco. 


Once Shunned in Antarctica, Female Scientists Are Now Doing Crucial Polar Research
Scientific American
November 18, 2021
Article cites Lamont glaciologist Indrani Das.


COP26 Highlights an Infuriating, Depressing, Miserable Situation. And Yet…
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
November 18, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


The Tales Trees Tell – From History to Climate Change
Christian Science Monitor
November 17, 2021
Article quotes Lamont tree ring scientist Edward Cook.


Cutting Carbon Emissions Means Changes in Daily Lives by Embracing Technology
Washington Post
November 17, 2021
Article features Lamont education and outreach coordinator Laurel Zaima.


Scientists Are Racing to Save the Last Ice Area, an Arctic Noah’s Ark
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.
Science News
November 15, 2021


What Can I Do, as an Individual, and Not a Politician or Policymaker, to Further Climate Progress?
Inside Climate News
November 15, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


2 Ivory Smugglers Captured in International Operation, U.S. Says
The New York Times
November 12, 2021
Article quotes Lamont paleoclimatologist Kevin Uno.


The ‘Last Ice Area’ May Provide an Arctic Refuge in a Warming World
Smithsonian Magazine
Nov 11, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


Scientists Overturn a Million-Year-Old Climate Change Theory
Diario Libre
November 11, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont PhD Maayan Yehudai and geochemist Steve Goldstein with PhD student Joohee Kim and colleagues.


Weather or Not: How You Can Fight Climate Change
WABC-TV
November 9, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Researchers Explore Why Glacial Cycles Intensified a Million Years Ago
Azo Cleantech
November 9, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont PhD Maayan Yehudai and geochemist Steve Goldstein with PhD student Joohee Kim and colleagues.


Major Climate Shift a Million Years Ago Linked to Ocean Currents
Earth.com
November 9, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont PhD Maayan Yehudai and geochemist Steve Goldstein with PhD student Joohee Kim and colleagues.


Something Big Happened to the Planet a Million Years Ago
SciTech Daily
November 9, 2021
AArticle on study led by Lamont PhD Maayan Yehudai and geochemist Steve Goldstein with PhD student Joohee Kim and colleagues.


Voyages of the R/V Vema
American Institute of Physics
November 8, 2021
Exhibit features history of Lamont's R/V Vema.


New York’s Wetland Areas a Key Tool in Battle Against Climate Change
CNA
November 8, 2021
Interview with Lamont paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet and PhD student Clara Chang.


The Magic 1.5: What’s Behind Climate Talks' Key Elusive Goal
Associated Press
November 7, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


The Truth About Carbon Capture Technology
Popular Science
November 5, 202
Article quotes Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen.


Melting Greenland Ice Linked to Rising Seas
Fox Weather
November 4, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Marco Tedesco.


Fact Check: Statute of Liberty Photos Do Not Prove Sea Level Rise Is a Myth
Reuters
November 4, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Climate Change Is a Universal Problem, But It Hits Some People Harder than Others
NBC News
November 3, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


China Suffers Its Most Widespread Covid-19 Outbreak Since Wuhan with 19 Provinces Seeing New Cases
Daily Mail
November 3, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


'Ordinary People Suffer Most': China Farms Face Climate Woes
Associated Press
November 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Fall Foliage Watch: Scientists Say Climate Change Is Doing a Number on the Northeast
CBS New York
November 1, 2021
Segment quotes Lamont climate scientists Jason Smerdon and Ben Cook.


COP26: This Is What Individuals Can Do to Slow Down Climate Change, According to Experts
ABC News
November 1, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Greenland’s Ice Sheet Is Melting at Such a Fast Pace, It Is 'Heightening Worldwide Flood Risks'
UK Today News
November 1, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


'On Wall Street, there will be water': How Cities Will Adapt to Climate Change
Yahoo News
October 30, 2021
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Urgency Pervades COP26 Climate Change Summit as US Grapples with Environmental Justice
USA Today
October 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Scientists Express Doubt that Glasgow Climate Change Conference Will Be Successful
Yahoo News 
October 28, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


'Medicane' Is Not Just a Weather Buzzword. It's a Real Phenomenon
CNN
October 27, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Floods, Flames and Heat: Images of This Year’s Extreme Weather Offer a Stark Backdrop for COP26 Climate Summit
Washington Post
October 26, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Fact Check - Predicting Exactly When Natural Resources, Species and Ecosystems May Disappear Isn't Possible, Experts Say
Reuters
October 26, 2021
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton.


The Fate of Arctic Sea Ice
EarthSky
October 26, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


Runaway Climate Risks in a Warming World 
The Hill
October 23, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


The Future of Fall: How The Climate Crisis Threatens Foliage In New England
WGBH
October 15, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientists Jason Smerdon and Benjamin Cook.


Tree Rings Reveal a 700-Year Record of Flooding in Bangladesh
Eos
October 15, 2021
Article by Lamont tree-ring scientist Mukund Palat Rao and climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


EU's Greenland Power Grab: Bloc Moves in on Arctic's 'Last Ice Area'
Express
October 14, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


Polar Bears Could Vanish by the End of the Century, Scientists Predict
Live Science
October 14, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


The Arctic May Lose Its "Last Ice Area" This Century
Earth.com
October 14, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


What Drove Homo Erectus Out of Africa?
Sapiens
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Rachel Lupien.


Scientists Finds Evidence of Man-made Global Warming Going Down to Early 1900s
ZME Science
October 13, 2021
Article cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientists Ben Cook, Jason Smerdon, and Park Williams.


Ice Sheets during the Summer Now Cover Less than HALF the 1,200-mile Arctic Region Known as the 'Last Ice Area' as It Did in the Early 1980s - and It Could Vanish Completely by the End of the Century
Daily Mail
October 13, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


Sea Levels Will Rise, But COP 26 Decisions Will Determine How Much
The Energy Mix
October 13, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont climate scientist Anders Levermann and colleagues.


Scientists Predict the Year that Polar Bears Will Disappear from This Part of the World
Inverse
October 12, 2021
Article on research by Lamont oceanographer Robert Newton and colleagues.


What If The Earth Was Really Flat?
Medium
October 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist James Davis.


Why One Queens Block Has Flooded For Decades
Gothamist
October 7, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


As Climate Changes, Floodplain Maps a Potential 'Weak Link'
Denver7 News
October 6, 2021
Segment features interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


How the Nobel Prizes Skew Science
Vox
October 6, 2021
Article references pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Welcome to Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Columbia News
October 4, 2021
Feature on Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.


NYC’s Old Buildings a Source of Historical Data
Frontiers in Ecology and Environment
October 1, 2021
Article cites study co-led by Lamont tree-ring scientists Caroline Leland and Mukund Palat Rao.


Impacts of Ida Expose Underlying Environmental Health Disparities Faced by Marginalized Communities
Columbia Spectator
September 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont seismologist / Columbia Climate School senior advisor to deans Art Lerner-Lam and geophysicist John Mutter.


Climate Change Is a ‘Freight Train’ Making Some Places Too Dangerous to Live, Experts Say
USA Today
September 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


The Megadrought in the Western US Is Already Entering Its 22nd Year. The Causes Are Partly Natural, Partly Produced by Humans.
NZZ
September 29, 2021
Article quotes and cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


How Tropical Storms and Hurricanes Have Hit U.S. Shores with Unparalleled Frequency
Washington Post
September 29, 2021
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientists Suzana Camargo and Mingfang Ting.


Risk of Oil Spills May Rise as Climate Change Creates More Monster Storms
ABC News
September 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Two Indigenous-Led Studies in Alaska Hint at How Future Low Sea Ice Seasons Could Affect Arctic Communities
Arctic Today
September 28, 2021
Article on research by Lamont postdoc Nathan Laxague, oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam, graduate student Carson Witte, physical oceanographer Christopher Zappa, and colleagues.


How an Ancient Irrigation Method Makes Sustainable Life Possible in the U.S. Southwest
CounterPunch
September 24, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont scientists Park Williams, Edward Cook, Jason Smerdon, Benjamin Cook, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


Northeast US One of the Fastest Warming Areas: Study
The Hill
September 24, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Blazing a Trail in Volcano Research
FOX 5 NY
Thursday, September 23, 2021
Profile of Lamont volcanologist Terry Plank.


US Northeast Faces Rapid Warming amid Global Climate Crisis
Guardian
September 23, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Agricultural Crop Yields Drop as Heat-Drought Season Rises
Nature World News
September 23, 2021
Article on study by Lamont PhD student Corey Lesk, climate scientist Radley Horton, and colleagues.


Increased Heat-Drought Combinations Could Damage Crops Globally, Says Study
Smart Water Magazine
September 22, 2021
Article on study by Lamont PhD student Corey Lesk, climate scientist Radley Horton, and colleagues.


At Columbia’s New Climate School, a Professor Talks Extreme Weather, Inequality, and (Not) Colonizing Mars
West Side Rag
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


What a Pension Provider and Investment Manager Should Bring to Responsible Investing?
Global Banking & Finance Review
September 22, 2021
Article cites partnership between Columbia Climate School and AllianceBernstein.


Ida’s Torrential Flooding Highlights Calls for More MTA Climate Resiliency
Columbia Spectator
September 21, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


How Can New York City Prepare for the Next Ida? Here’s a To-Do List.
The New York Times
September 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Why Diamonds Are a Geologist's Best Friend
Columbia Magazine

September 19, 2021
Article features study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.


Experts Say Climate Change Can Make Hurricanes More Intense, Not Cause Them
PolitFact
September 19, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


With Climate Change, There May Be No Best Place to Live
Bloomberg
September 19, 2021
Article quotes Lamont oceanographer Arnold Gordon.


How Old Is This Old House?
The New York Times
September 17, 2021
Article quotes Lamont tree ring scientist Edward Cook.


Congratulations to the 2021 AGU Union Medal, Award, and Prize Recipients
Eos
September 15, 2021
Article features Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen, physical oceanographer Ryan Abernathey, and former postdoc Elizabeth Barnes.


Tipping point: After Ida's Wakeup Call, Eyes Turn to Preserving Wetlands, Building Walls
Rockland/Westchester Journal News
September 15, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Fall Foliage Threatened by Invasive Species
Times Union
September 14, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Megadroughts More Likely in the Western U.S. Even with Strict Emissions Control
ABC10
September 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Break This Down: Recalculating Climate Change
Barnard Year of Science

September 13, 2021
Article features Lamont hydrologist Martin Stute.


2021 AGU Section Awardees and Named Lecturers
Eos
September 10, 2021
Article features Lamont geochemist Bärbel Hönisch, climate scientist Chia-Ying Lee, and PhD Jordan Abell.


Columbia to Launch $25 Million AI-based Climate Modeling Center
Columbia News
September 9, 2021
Article features new climate modeling center co-led by Lamont climate scientist Galen McKinley.


How Next-Generation Models Will Leverage Big Data and AI for More Accurate Estimates of Future Climate
Columbia News
September 9, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Galen McKinley.


A New Indigenous-Led Study Documents How Ice Loss Is Changing Seal Hunts
Arctic Today
September 7, 2021
Article on research by Lamont postdoc Nathan Laxague, oceanographer Ajit Subramaniam, graduate student Carson Witte, physical oceanographer Christopher Zappa, and colleagues.


Climate Change and Its Impact on New York City
1010 WINS
September 3, 2021
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Why NYC Was So Unprepared For Hurricane Ida’s Flash Flooding
Gothamist
September 3, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Floods, Fires, and Extreme Heat: Disaster Pile-ups Are the New Norm
The Verge
September 3, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Please Stay On The Grass: More Absorbent Streets Could Mean Less Catastrophically Flooded Subways
Streetsblog NYC
September 3, 2021
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Mona Hemmati.


Scientist on the Subway: Suzana Camargo, PhD
Scientist on the Subway
September 3, 2021
Profile of Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Why Was Ida So Devastating as It Flooded the Northeast U.S.?
AP
September 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Climate Scientist: This Is a Dystopian Moment
CNN
September 2, 2021
Opinion by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Why Was Ida So Deadly in the New York, New Jersey Area, 1000 Miles from Landfall?
WABC TV
September 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


A Subway Flood Expert Explains What Needs to Be Done to Stop Underground Station Deluges
The Conversation
September 2, 2021
Article by Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Hurricane Season Intensifies
BBC
September 2, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Can Turning CO2 to Stone Help Save the Planet?
PBS Terra
September 2, 2021
Episode features Lamont marine geologist Angela Slagle (at 4:59).


Why the New York Subway Keeps Flooding—and What to Do About It
Gizmodo
September 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


The NYC Subway Is Going to Flood A Lot and There's Nothing We Will Do About It
VICE
September 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


MTA’s Resiliency Efforts No Match for Flash Floods, Gov. Hochul Says
City Limits
September 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Hurricane Ida Aftermath: Here’s How Climate Change Is Making Hurricanes More Devastating
ABC News
September 1, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Hurricanes Are Getting Scarier
CNN
September 1, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Is California in a Megadrought?
KQED
August 31, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Scientists Detail Role of Climate Change in Ida's Intensity
The Hill
August 31, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Perfect Storm: City Facing Deluge of Extreme Weather
Crain's New York Business
August 31, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


As a Preview of Future Hurricanes, Ida Is ‘Very Scary.’
The New York Times
August 31, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


"Great Adventure of the Ice": Hidden Wonders Unearthed Beneath Greenland's Ice Sheet
Nature World News
August 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Guy Paxman.


Ghostly Satellite Image Captures the Arctic 'Losing Its Soul'
Grist
August 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


NJ's New Normal: More Storms, More Rainfall, More Often. Thank Climate Change
NorthJersey.com
August 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Warming Trends: Best-Smelling Vegan Burgers, the Benefits of Short Buildings and Better Habitats for Pollinators
Inside Climate News
August 28, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont tree-ring scientist Nicole Davi.


Episode 56. Monsoons
The Sweaty Penguin
August 27, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Michela Biasutti (begins at 37:45).


Ghostly Satellite Image Captures the Arctic 'Losing Its Soul'
Atlas Obscura
August 27, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Scientists Sailing to Gulf of Alaska to Deploy Gear to Map Seafloor
Ketchikan Daily News
August 27, 2021
Article features research cruise aboard Lamont's RV Marcus G. Langseth.


Greenland Ice Sheet's Melt Ponds Tell the Story of an Unusual Summer
Axios
August 26, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


'This Mine Dodged a Bullet': Massive B.C. Landslide Exposes New Era of Climate Risks
The Narwhal
August 26, 2021
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Göran Ekström.


How City Design Is Making Heat Waves Deadlier - Cheddar Explains
Cheddar
August 24, 2021
Video features Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Rise and Fall of Water Blisters Offers Glimpse Beneath Greenland’s Thick Ice Sheet
Science Daily
August 23, 2021
Article on study co-authored by former Lamont glaciologist Timothy Creyts.


Climate Change: The "Alarming" Rain Recorded for the First Time in One of the Highest Points of Greenland
BBC News Mundo
August 23, 2021
Article quotes Lamont glaciologist Indrani Das.


Unprecedented Central Asia Warming Confirmed by New Way of Analyzing Tree Rings
SciTech Daily
August 22, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont tree-ring scientist Nicole Davi.


‘Unprecedented’: Rain Falls at Greenland Ice Summit for First Time
The Age
August 21, 2021
Article quotes Lamont glaciologist Indrani Das.


Determining Where Henri Will Make Landfall is a Major Challenge. New York Is a Possibility.
The New York Times
August 20, 2021
Article by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Henri Is Unlikely to Be Another Superstorm Sandy. Here’s Why.
The New York Times
August 20, 2021
Article by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


It Rained at the Summit of Greenland. That’s Never Happened Before.
The New York Times
August 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Rain Falls at Greenland Ice Summit for First Time on Record
Reuters
August 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont glaciologist Indrani Das.


Rain Falls for First Time at the Summit of Greenland’s Ice Sheet
Fox23 News
August 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


New Dataset Can Help Explore Issues at the Crossroads of Racial, Social and Climate Justice
Azo Cleantech
August 20, 2021
Article on dataset created by Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco, postdoc Carolynne Hultquist, and CIESIN's Alex de Sherbinin.


The Most Influential Women in History of Science
24/7 Wall St.
August 19, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


The World Is Starting to Pivot on Climate. It’s Not Enough.
Barron's
August 16, 2021
Commentary by AllianceBernstein chief responsibility officer Michelle Dunstan, Columbia Center for Sustainable Investment director Lisa Sachs, and Columbia Climate School senior advisor to the deans Art Lerner-Lam.


Chasing the Lava Flow in Iceland
The New Yorker
August 16, 2021
Article features Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Lava from Bali Volcanoes Offers Window into Earth’s Mantle
Eos
August 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Terry Plank.


Geophysics Professor Sails North in Search of Deep-Sea Answer
Alaska Native News
August 13, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD geophysicist Bernard Coakley.


Pine Grove Near Yakutat Is Farthest North
Alaska Native News
August 13, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet.


Warfare, Not Climate, Is Driving Resurgent Hunger in Africa, Says Study
Science Daily
August 12, 2021
Article on research led by then Columbia IRI postdoc Weston Anderson with Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager, postdoc Fabien Cottier, and other Columbia and NYU colleagues.


Ancient Sea Level Rises May Have Been Fairly Minimal
Climate News Network
August 12, 2021
Article on study by Lamont team including Blake Dyer, Jacqueline Austermann, William D’Andrea, Roger Creel, Michael Sandstrom, Miranda Cashman, Alessio Rovere, and Maureen Raymo.


IPCC Scientists Still Haven’t Cracked Africa’s Biggest Climate Mystery
Quartz
August 12, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


How North American Cities Are Bracing for More Heatwaves
BBC
August 11, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Keeping Arsenic Out of Rice
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
August 11, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont geochemist Lex van Geen.


What Does the Decade of the Oceans Bring to the Seas - and to Us?
Deutsche Welle News
August 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


Sea Level May Not Have Been as High in the Past as Previously Thought, According to a Study
Europa Press
August 9, 2021
Article on study by Lamont team including Blake Dyer, Jacqueline Austermann, William D’Andrea, Roger Creel, Michael Sandstrom, Miranda Cashman, Alessio Rovere, and Maureen Raymo.


Future Sea Level Rise: What Are We Missing, and How Much Should It Scare Us?
SciTech Daily
August 9, 2021
Article on study by Lamont team including Blake Dyer, Jacqueline Austermann, William D’Andrea, Roger Creel, Michael Sandstrom, Miranda Cashman, Alessio Rovere, and Maureen Raymo.


It’s Grim
The Atlantic
August 9, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Marie Tharp: Mapping the Ocean Floor
Library of Congress Blog
August 9, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Some Irreversible Changes to the Climate Can Still Be Headed Off, Report Says
National Geographic
August 9, 2021
Article quotes late Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Danger Signs in the Increase in Extreme Weather
Radio Health Journal
August 8, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Warming Trends: Penguins in Trouble, More About the Dead Zone and Does Your Building Hold Climate Secrets?
Inside Climate News
August 7, 2021
Article on study co-led by Lamont tree-ring scientists Caroline Leland and Mukund Palat Rao.


Unusual Bloom in the Arabian Sea
Earth.com
August 5, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont biogeochemist Joaquim Goes and biological oceanographer Helga do Rosario Gomes.


How Low Can You Go?
Vox Unexplainable
August 4, 2021
Episode features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp and marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini (begins at 13:00).


Record Wildfires and Heat Sweep Across Greece, Threatening Historic Sites
Gizmodo
August 4, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Yochanan Kushnir.


The Mega-Financing That Demonstrates Lenders' Belief in New York's Future
Real Estate Capital News
August 4, 2021
Article cites study co-led by Lamont tree-ring scientists Caroline Leland and Mukund Palat Rao.


'When Will the Megadrought End?' Is the Wrong Question to Ask
Mashable
August 4, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


How the Tokyo Olympics and Its Ban on Spectators Will Affect the Environment
ABC News
August 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


The ‘Swell’ Job of Sorting Out New Zealand’s Unusual Earthquake Patterns
Atlas Obscura
August 2, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD student Christine Chesley, geophysicist Kerry Key, former Lamont postdoc Samer Naif, and colleague.


How the Tokyo Olympics Could Affect Climate Change
Good Morning America
August 2, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Climate Change Fears Spur More Americans to Join Survivalist Schools
NBC News
August 1, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


The Oldest Tree in Eastern US Survived Millennia – but Rising Seas Could Kill It
Guardian
August 1, 2021
Article quotes Lamont alumni plant ecophysiologist Angelica Patterson and ecologist Neil Pederson.


Greenland: Enough Ice Melted on Single Day to Cover Florida in Two Inches of Water
Guardian
July 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Greenland Experienced 'Massive' Ice Melt This Week, Scientists Say
Reuters
July 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Climate Change Is Driving Deadly Weather Disasters From Arizona To Mumbai
NPR
July 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Climate Crisis Catches Power Companies Unprepared
The New York Times
July 29, 2021
Article cites work led by Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Deadly Heat Waves and the Raising Climate
KCBS Radio
Thursday, July 29, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Cool Idea from Another City: New York’s Water Filtering ‘Plus Pool’
Evening Standard
July 29, 2021
Article references work of Lamont researchers.


Beyond Human Endurance
Washington Post
July 28, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton and cites research co-authored with Lamont PhD Colin Raymond and colleague.


Could a Surfside Building Disaster Happen on the NY or NJ Coast?
Gothamist
July 26, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geodynamicist Jacqueline Austermann and geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Wet-Bulb Conditions
BYU Radio
July 26, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Big Oil's Lies Are 'Criminal, Unforgivable
Energy Mix
July 25, 2021
Article on op-ed by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Wet-Bulb Temperature Is Important, Climate Experts Say. So, What Is It?
Washington Post
July 24, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton and CIESIN postdoc Cascade Tuholske.


How Severe Is the Megadrought in the West?
The Hill
July 23, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientists Jason Smerdon and Ben Cook with bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Weather App Now Warns You When It's Hot Enough to Drop Dead
Futurism
July 23, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


8 Ways Life Would Get Weird on a Flat Earth
Live Science
July 23, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geodesist James Davis.


Air Pollution Is Harming People in the Global South at an Alarming Rate. A Climate School Project Wants to Help.
Columbia News
July 23, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Extreme Weather Globally May Only Get Worse
WNYC - The Brian Lehrer Show
July 22, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


See How Wildfire Smoke Spread Across America
The New York Times
July 21, 2021
Article quotes Lamont atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane.


This Summer Could Change Our Understanding of Extreme Heat
National Geographic
July 20, 2021
Article quotes and cites research co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


How Climate Change Fuels Extreme Weather
Columbia Energy Exchange
July 20, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Columbia Climate School: Investors Must Prepare for ‘Multi-Hazard’ Climate Risk
ESG Clarity
July 19, 2021
Article on partnership between Columbia Climate School and AllianceBernstein quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Experts Fear Germany’s Deadly Floods Are a Glimpse into Climate Future
National Geographic
July 16, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


‘It Is All Connected’: Extreme Weather in the Age of Climate Change
The New York Times
July 16, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Kai Kornhuber.


As Hurricane Season Worsens, Where Do We Go Next?
PBS Peril & Promise
July 15, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo (begins at 25:55).


Seismic Research Ship Goes Boom-Boom to Seek Answers at Origin of the Next Big One
Northwest Public Radio
July 14, 2021
Feature on research led by Lamont marine geophysicist Suzanne Carbotte aboard R/V Marcus G. Langseth.


Toxic Mercury May Be Deposited in Forests in Much Greater Quantities
Tech Explorist
July 12, 2021
Article on study by Lamont atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane and colleagues.


Flash Flooding, Other Recent Rough Weather Underscores Vulnerability of NYC Infrastructure
WPIX TV
July 12, 2021
Interview with Lamont scientist Klaus Jacob.


A Lake in Antarctica Suddenly Drains
Labroots
July 11, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


The Science of Heat Domes and How Drought and Climate Change Make Them Worse
Washington Post
July 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Jane W. Baldwin.


In Antarctica, a Lake’s Disappearance Might Offer Clues About Melting Ice Shelves
Washington Post
July 10, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


Thursday’s Downpour Could Have Been Worse for the Subway System
Gothamist
July 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


As Rising Seas Erode Buildings, It's Getting Riskier to Live on the Coast
USA Today
July 9, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob and climate scientist Adam Sobel.


'A Default Sewer System': Subway Flooding Is Bigger Than Just the MTA
The City
July 9, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


Why the New York Subway Has a Water Problem
The New York Times
July 9, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


These Videos of New York Subway and Apartment Floods Will Fill You with a Medium Amount of Existential Dread
Esquire
July 9, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Episode 52. Tropical Cyclones
The Sweaty Penguin
July 9, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo (begins at 25:55).


Big Oil's Lies About Climate Change—A Climate Scientist's Take
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
July 9, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel


The Link Between Silent Earthquakes and Undersea Mountains Sliding Beneath the Earth's Crust
Stuff
July 8, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD student Christine Chesley, geophysicist Kerry Key, former Lamont postdoc Samer Naif, and colleague.


Subduction Zone Mystery: Do Mountains Beneath the Sea Fuel Silent Earthquakes?
New Zealand Herald
July 8, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD student Christine Chesley, geophysicist Kerry Key, former Lamont postdoc Samer Naif, and colleague.


Scientists Now Racing to Study Heat Conditions that Spontaneously Kill Humans
The Hill
July 8, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton and cites research co-authored with Lamont PhD Colin Raymond and colleague.


The Trace of a Giant Tsunami as High as 243 Meters Gives Researchers Goosebumps
World Today News
July 8, 2021
Article on study by former Lamont postdoc Ricardo Ramalho, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Joerg Schaefer, and colleagues.


New Study Helps Explain 'Silent Earthquakes' Along New Zealand's North Island
ScienceDaily
July 7, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD student Christine Chesley, geophysicist Kerry Key, former Lamont postdoc Samer Naif, and colleague.


Scientists Studying Temperature at Which Humans Spontaneously Die With Increasing Urgency
VICE
July 7, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton and cites research co-authored with Lamont PhD Colin Raymond and colleague.


Solving a Tectonic Puzzle: Explaining 'Silent Earthquakes' Along New Zealand's North Coast
SciTech Daily
July 7, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD student Christine Chesley, geophysicist Kerry Key, former Lamont postdoc Samer Naif, and colleague.


Surfacing New Clues: Water’s Impact in Undersea Earthquakes
Georgia Tech Research Horizons
July 7, 2021
Article on research by Lamont PhD student Christine Chesley, geophysicist Kerry Key, former Lamont postdoc Samer Naif, and colleague.


Families Living Near Notre Dame Are Suing Paris for Allegedly Downplaying Lead Pollution that Resulted from the 2019 Blaze
Art News
July 7, 2021
Article cites study led by Lamont geochemist Lex van Geen.


Top Climate Scientists Aren't Too Hot on Fox's Weather Channel
Daily Beast
July 7, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Scientists Disagree on Climate Change Pushing Trogon's Decline
Tucson.com
July 5, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Massive Antarctic Lake Disappears in Just a Few Days
Gizmodo
July 2, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


A WWII Submarine-Hunting Device Helped Prove the Theory of Plate Tectonics
Science News
July 2, 2021
Article references Lamont geologists Walter Pitman and James Heirtzler.


In Antarctica, a Huge Lake Disappeared in the Space of Three Days
Geo
July 2, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


Climate Change: From Heating Human Bodies to Baking The Earth
Clean Technica
July 1, 2021
Article quotes Lamont and UCLA bioclimatolgist Park Williams.


Fighting Climate Change Might Have Just Gotten Easier
Scientific American
July 1, 2021
Article co-authored by Lamont PhD Brenda Ekwurzel.


Research Ship Works to Predict the Next 'Big One' as West Coast Overdue for Earthquake
Fox News
July 1, 2021
Article on research led by Lamont marine geophysicist Suzanne Carbotte aboard R/V Marcus G. Langseth.


Limited Air Pollution Data Hampers Development of Policies
Jomo Kenyatta University
July 1, 2021
Article features work of Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


A Megaquake Will Someday Strike the Pacific Northwest. This Ship Could Figure Out How Bad It Will Be
Science
June 30, 2021
Article on research led by Lamont marine geophysicist Suzanne Carbotte aboard R/V Marcus G. Langseth.


Scientists Warn of Climate Change Intensifying Heat Waves
The Hill
June 30, 2021
Article quotes Lamont postdoc Jane W. Baldwin.


Sudden Disappearance of Giant Antarctic Lake Leaves Massive Crater – 200 Billion Gallons of Water Gone
SciTech Daily
June 29, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


Everything We Know About the Huge Lake that Suddenly Disappeared in Antarctica
La Vanguardia
Monday, June 28, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


A Huge Ice-Covered Lake Has Suddenly Disappeared in Antarctica
Telecinco
June 28, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


Rare Winter Event Makes Lake Disappear in Antarctica
Olhar Digital
June 28, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


A Conversation on Building Safe Spaces for the LGBTQ+ Community in the Geosciences
Nature Communications
June 25, 2021
Interview with Lamont postdoc Benjamin Keisling.


Why This Drought Scientist Has Packed Her ‘Runaway Bag’
Daily Beast
June 25, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jane W. Baldwin.


Half the Country Is Facing an Apocalyptic Summer
Live Science
June 25, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook and bioclimatologist Park Williams.


The 44 Percent: New Baldwin Interview, Climate Gentrification and Trick Daddy
Miami Herald
June 25, 2021
Article quotes and cites research led by Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Mapping the Secrets of the Earth’s Seabed
Bloomberg
June 24, 2021
Episode features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


How Heat Waves Form, and How Climate Change Makes Them Worse
Vox
June 24, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jane W. Baldwin.


How Do Volcanoes Interfere with Climate?
Ambientum
June 24, 2021
Article features Lamont volcanologist Yves Moussallam.


Scientists Track Sudden Disappearance of Antarctic Ice Shelf Lake
Los Alamos Daily Post
June 24, 2021
Article on study by Lamont glaciologist Jonathan Kingslake, PhD student Julian Spergel, and colleagues.


A "Heat Dome" and Drought Are Threatening to Ignite the West
Slate
June 23, 2021
Article cites study by Lamont scientists Park Williams, Edward Cook, Jason Smerdon, Benjamin Cook, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


Sea-Level Rise - What's Coming, and How Business Can Help Minimise It - a Chat with Prof Maureen Raymo
Climate 21
June 23, 2021
Interview with Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Rare Mantle Rocks in Oman Could Sequester Massive Amounts of CO2
Scientific American
June 23, 2021
Article features Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen.


Signs of Geological Activity Found on Venus
BBC News
June 22, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geophysicist Sean Solomon.


As Seas Rise, Coastal Communities Face Hard Choices Over 'Managed Retreat'
Thomson Reuters Foundation
June 22, 2021
Article references Columbia Climate School conference co-chaired by Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Scientists Might Have Spotted Tectonic Activity Inside Venus
MIT Technology Review
June 21, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geophysicist Sean Solomon.


The Hill's Equilibrium: Should We Stay or Should We Go?
The Hill
June 21, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


'Managed Retreat' from Climate Disasters Can Reinvent Cities so They’re Better for Everyone – and Avoid More Flooding, Heat and Fires
The Conversation
June 21, 2021
Article references Columbia Climate School conference co-chaired by Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


How a Heat Dome Is Pushing Extreme Temperatures to New Heights in the West
Washington Post
June 18, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jane W. Baldwin.


Why Venus Is Soon to Be the Most Exciting Place in the Solar System
Gizmodo
June 18, 2021
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Doubling Earth's Energy Imbalance
BBC
June 17, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager (15:46-27:05).


What Tree Rings Reveal about America's Megadrought
Guardian
June 17, 2021
Article features research by Lamont scientists Park Williams, Edward Cook, Jason Smerdon, Benjamin Cook, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


'Megadrought' in West Directly Linked to Climate Change, Experts Say
ABC News
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Assessing Human Habitability and Migration
Science
June 17, 2021
Commentary by Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton, CIESIN geographer Alex de Sherbinin, and colleagues.


Is the American West in a Megadrought?
The Economist
June 15, 2021
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon with Park Williams, Edward Cook, Benjamin Cook, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


Magma Pockets Lie Stacked Beneath Juan de Fuca Ridge
Eos
June 14, 2021
Article features study led by Lamont marine geophysicist Suzanne Carbotte.


Are We Prepared for Earthquakes in Sylhet?
The Daily Observer
June 11, 2021
Article by Lamont visiting scholar Md. Shofiqul Islam.


Carbon Levels Hit Historic High Despite the Pandemic and Recession
Wisconsin Public Radio
June 11, 2021
Interview with Lamont oceanographer and carbon cycle scientist Galen McKinley.


Ice Shelf Disintegration Accelerating Pine Island Glacier Descent Toward Sea
UPI
June 11, 2021
Article features study co-authored by Lamont and British Antarctic Survey oceanographer Pierre Dutrieux.


How Many Oceans Are There on Earth? National Geographic Now Says Five.
Washington Post
June 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont marine geologist and geophysicist Frank Nitsche.


Hoover Dam Reservoir Hits Record Low, in Sign of Extreme Western U.S. Drought
Reuters
June 10, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Scientists Reveal the Wild History of Earth’s CO2 Since the Dinosaurs Died
Mashable
June 10, 2021
Article quotes Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Raising Central American Orography Improves Climate Simulation
Eos
June 9, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont climate scientist Jane W. Baldwin.


Megadrought in the Western United States
ARD
June 8, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


New Records of Singapore's Sea-Level History Going Back 10,000 Years
SciTech Daily
June 4, 2021
Article quotes Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


Utah Drought Is So Bad, the Governor Appeals for 'Divine Intervention'
Mashable
June 4, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


We Are in for an Especially Sh**ty Fire Season, and It's Already Begun
SFist
June 4, 2021
Article quotes Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Scientists Establish New Records of Singapore's Sea-Level History
Science Daily
June 4, 2021
Article quotes Columbia Climate School co-founding dean and Lamont director Maureen Raymo.


California’s Epic Drought Is Parching Reservoirs and Worrying Farmers
Bloomberg
June 3, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont scientists Park Williams, Edward Cook, Jason Smerdon, Benjamin Cook, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


2021 Could Be One of the Driest Years in a Millennium, and There’s No Relief in Sight
PBS Newshour
May 28, 2021
Interview with Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Inside One Researcher's Quest to Understand How Volcanoes Impact Climate Change
Time
May 27, 2021
Article features Lamont volcanologist Yves Moussallam.


ESG in Action: Investing Lessons from Climate School, Class of 2021
AB Insights
May 27, 2021
Article on partnership between Columbia Climate School and AllianceBernstein features Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton, polar scientist Marco Tedesco, and deputy director Art Lerner-Lam.


A Startup Using Minerals to Draw Down CO2 Has Scored Funding—and Its First Buyer
MIT Technology Review
May 26, 2021
Article cites research co-authored by Lamont geologist Peter Kelemen.


Hidden in African Diamonds, a Billion-Plus Years of Deep-Earth History
National Science Foundation
May 25, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.


Dust from the Deep Sea and Future Wind Patterns
Meteored
May 24, 2021
Article on study by Lamont PhD student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be 'Above Normal' This Year
Independent
May 24, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Could America be Headed for Another Dust Bowl?
Mother Jones
May 24, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


2020 Was a Record-Breaking Hurricane Season. NOAA Will Announce What to Expect in 2021.
ABC News
May 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Scientists Predict an ‘Above Normal’ Atlantic Hurricane Season
The New York Times
May 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


3 Signs the Climate Op-Ed You're Reading Is Full of It
Mashable
May 20, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


MSI Grand Finals at an Active Volcano? Less Far-Fetched Than You Think.
Upcomer
May 20, 2021
Article features Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Little Bubbles in Diamonds Give a Glimpse of What Happened in the Deep Earth
BBC Newsday
May 19, 2021
Interview with Steve Goldstein on study co-authored with fellow Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, and colleagues (31:12-36:00).


Megadrought Ravages the American West, Climate Change Worsens the Situation
Nature World News
May 19, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


New Research Finds that Climate Models Mostly Get It Right
KPBS
May 18, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont hydrologist Martin Stute.


During the Last Ice Age, Global Cooling Dropped the Temperature on Land 11 Degrees
Science 2.0
May 17, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont hydrologist Martin Stute.


California Is Headed Toward Another Brutal Wildfire Season
Mother Jones
May 16, 2021
Article quotes Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Episode 113 - Paleoclimate
Common Descent Podcast
May 15, 2021
Interview with Lamont postdoc Rachel Lupien.


Gazing Into a Diamond's Flaws Has Revealed Hidden Clues About How Our Planet Formed
Science Alert
May 14, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.


As the Climate Warms, Could the U.S. Face Another Dust Bowl?
Yale Environment 360
May 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Strong Quake, Small Tsunami
Science Daily
May 13, 2021
Article references work aboard Lamont's RV Marcus G. Langseth.


See the Grim Climate Graphs Censored by Trump
Mashable
Thursday, May 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Deep-Earth History Hidden within African Diamonds
The Nation
May 12, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.


A Biological Oceanographer Studying the Hudson River | Women Scientists
Fox 5 NY
May 12, 2021
Profile of Lamont biological oceanographer/PhD student Elise Myers.


Is Climate Sensitivity Higher than Believed?
IDW
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont hydrologist Martin Stute.


Study Finds 6 Degree Cooling on Land During Last Ice Age, with Implications about Future Global Warming
Newswise
May 12, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont hydrologist Martin Stute.


Study Finds Six Degrees Celsius Cooling on Land during the Last Ice Age
Science Daily
May 12, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont hydrologist Martin Stute.


Cheap Sensors Provide Missing Air Quality Data in African Cities
Eos
May 11, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt.


Notes from an Author: Marco Tedesco on Climate Change in Greenland
National Geographic UK
May 11, 2021
Article by Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco.


Scientists Find a New Way to Tell Ages and Origins of Diamonds
Forbes
May 11, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.


A Billion-Plus Years of Deep Earth History Hidden Within Diamonds
SciTech Daily
May 11, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Yaakov Weiss, Cornelia Class, Gisela Winckler, Steve Goldstein, and colleagues.


Deep Convection Episode 8: Suzana Camargo
Deep Convection
May 11, 2021
Interview with Suzana Camargo by fellow Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


The Sun May Offer Key to Predicting El Niño, Groundbreaking Study Finds
Washington Post
May 8, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Mark Cane.


'Megadrought' Persists in Western U.S., as another Extremely Dry Year Develops
National Geographic
May 7, 2021
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook with Park Williams, Edward Cook, Jason Smerdon, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


Water Temperature Continues to Rise with Ocean Fever; Climate Change Worsens the Situation
Nature World News
May 6, 2021
Article quotes Lamont physical oceanographer Hillary Scannell.


Is the Red Sea Really the Red Ocean?
Atlas Obscura
May 6, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicists Roger Buck and Mike Steckler.


Fevers Are Plaguing the Oceans — and Climate Change Is Making Them Worse
Nature
May 5, 2021
Article quotes Lamont physical oceanographer Hillary Scannell.


Weather or Not with Lee Goldberg: Episode 1 - Changing Climates
WABC-TV
May 3, 2021
Episode features Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton.


Marie Tharp
Sci-Illustrate Stories
May 2, 2021
Illustrated profile of pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


AllianceBernstein Unveils Groundbreaking Collaboration with Columbia Climate School
Street Insider
April 28, 2021
Article on partnership between Columbia Climate School and AllianceBernstein.


AllianceBernstein Unveils Groundbreaking Collaboration with Columbia Climate School
Barron's
April 28, 2021
Article on partnership between Columbia Climate School and AllianceBernstein.


Why Aren’t More Moon Craters Named for Women?
The New York Times
April 27, 2021
Article references pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Earth Day 2021 – Restore Our Earth
Voice of America
April 23, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Five Foods that Could Disappear Forever Thanks to Climate Change
The Independent
April 22, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Here’s How NYC Transit System Is Prepping for Sea Level Rise—and Why It May Not Be Enough
Gothamist
April 22, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.


The Oil Spill that Inspired Earth Day
Forbes
April 22, 2021
Article quotes Lamont biological oceanographers Andy Juhl and Ajit Subramaniam.


Climate Scientists Debunk 13 Myths about Global Warming
Business Insider
April 22, 2021
Video features Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


The Quest to Put Carbon to Rest at Sea
Axios
April 22, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geophysicist David Goldberg.


How Stormwater Runoff Pollutes Our Waterways
CBS This Morning
April 22, 2021
Interview with Lamont Ph.D. student Elise Myers.


The Sound of Science: Artists and Scientists Discuss Climate Change
Brooklyn Rail
April 22, 2021
Talk features Lamont geophysicist Jacqueline Austermann.


Tracking the Impact of Climate Change in Alaska
Columbia News
April 21, 2021
Interview with Lamont physical oceanographer Christopher Zappa.


Why We Need to Take Back Earth Day
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
April 21, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Humans Are Influencing Wind and Weather Patterns Across the North Atlantic by Releasing CO2
AZO Cleantech
April 20, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Mark Cane.


The Reuters Hot List
Reuters
April 20, 2021
List of world’s top climate scientists includes Lamont's Suzana Camargo, Mark Cane, Benjamin Cook, Edward Cook, Rosanne D’Arrigo, Radley Horton, Yochanan Kushnir, Lorenzo Polvani, Richard Seager, Adam Sobel, Mingfang Ting, and Park Williams.


Homo Erectus: Detective Work and Geoscience Unearth Our Ancient Ancestor's African Roots
Daily Maverick
April 20, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont paleoecologist Kevin Uno.


How Bad Will California's Fire Season Be? Experts on the Threat – and What Can Be Done
Guardian
April 19, 2021
Article cites study by Lamont scientists Park Williams, Edward Cook, Jason Smerdon, Benjamin Cook, Kasey Bolles, Seung Baek, and colleagues.


The Future of Western Water Restrictions Is Here
Gizmodo
April 19, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Richard Seager.


Humans Are Directly Influencing Wind and Weather Over the North Atlantic
Science Daily
April 19, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Mark Cane.

Can We Address Climate Change by Removing Carbon Dioxide From the Atmosphere?
The Public's Radio
April 19, 2021
Interview with Lamont oceanographer and carbon cycle scientist Galen McKinley.


Global Warming Is Making India's Monsoon Season More Erratic
UPI
April 14, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Anders Levermann.


Age of Hotly Debated Skull from Early Human Homo Erectus Determined, New Specimens Discovered
ScienceDaily
April 13, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont paleoecologist Kevin Uno.


Alaskan Glacier Has Started Moving 50 to 100 Times Faster than Normal, Scientists Say
The Hill
April 12, 2021
Article quotes Lamont glaciologist Jonny Kingslake.


In the Online Panel ‘Actors from Witnesses,’ Artists and Scientists Discuss How They Inspire Action Against Climate Change
Columbia Spectator
April 11, 2021
Article features Lamont polar scientist Robin Bell and Ph.D. student Caroline Juang.


Climate Change Special
CUNY-TV Simply Science
April 7, 2021
Show features Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler (at 8:56).


Drought Stokes Fears of Severe Fire Season in West
Axios
April 7, 2021
Article quotes and cites research by Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Shocking Air Quality Level in Africa
American Laboratory
April 6, 2021
Article on research by Lamont climate scientist Dan Westervelt, Columbia undergrad Celeste McFarlane, and colleagues.


A Vital Resource Supporting Antarctic Research
Eos
April 5, 2021
Article by Lamont scientists Suzanne Carbotte, Frank Nitsche, Neville Shane, Kirsty Tinto, and colleague.


Megadrought: 'Climate Change Starting to Hammer Home'
E&E News
April 5, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Women’s History Month: Dr. Suzana Camargo Journeys from Plasma Physics to Climate Science, from Brazil to the United States
NOAA Climate Program Office
April 1, 2021
Article features Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


How Cargo Ships Could Help Detect Tsunamis
Wired
March 31, 2021
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Anne Bécel.


Red Rocks: Using Color to Understand Climate Change
Eos
March 30, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont paleontologist Paul Olsen.


Women’s History Month: A Conversation with Dr. Allison Wing
NOAA Climate Program Office
March 30, 2021
Interview with Lamont adjunct associate research scientist  Allison Wing.


Thaw-Triggered Landslides Are a Growing Hazard in the Warming North
Arctic Today
March 30, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont seismologists Göran Ekström and Colin Stark.


Japan’s Kyoto Cherry Blossoms Peak on Earliest Date in 1,200 Years, a Sign of Climate Change
Washington Post
March 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


Yarlung Tsangpo: Another Giant, High Mountain Landslide on 22 March 2021
The Landslide Blog
March 29, 2021
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Göran Ekström.


Women Pioneers in Deep Ocean Science
Monterey Bay Aquarium
March 26, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Observing a Galápagos Volcano from Buildup to Eruption
Eos
March 26, 2021
Article quotes Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


Women's History Month: A Conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Barnes
NOAA Climate Program Office
March 26, 2021
Interview with former Lamont postdoc Elizabeth Barnes.


The Big Question About Iceland's 'Cute' Volcano
CNN
March 25, 2021
Article by Lamont volcanologist Einat Lev.


What Is Happening to the Greenland Ice Sheet?
Fair Planet
March 25, 2021
Article on research by Lamont geochemists Nicolás Young, Joerg Schaefer, and colleagues.


Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, Especially for Continents
Eos
March 24, 2021
Article co-authored by Lamont seismologist Anne Bécel.


Cross-Country on a Carbon Budget
Nyack News & Views
March 24, 2021
Article by environmental law professor Karl Coplan, spouse of Lamont polar scientist Robin Bell.


A Dip in Atmospheric Carbon May Have Facilitated Dinosaur Dispersal
Eos
March 23, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


How the Triassic Extinction Helped Dinosaurs Take Over the Planet
Discover
March 23, 2021
Article quotes Lamont paleontologist Paul Olsen.


Fossils in a Forgotten Ice Core Rewrite Greenland's Icy Past
Wired
March 22, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


Earthquake Detected Near Altamont
Times Union
March 20, 2021
Article cites Lamont earthquake research.


The Gulf Stream Is Weakening and It Promises Stronger Storms For NY and NJ
Gothamist
March 19, 2021
Article quotes Lamont physical oceanographer Arnold Gordon.


Safe to Swim? Scientist’s Study of River Bacteria Motivated by Environmental Justice
Slice of MIT
March 19, 2021
Article features Lamont Ph.D. student Elise Myers.


Hurricanes Keep Showing Up Early — Forecasts Are Catching Up
MPR News
March 18, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Greenland's Lost and Found Forest
Cosmos
March 16, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


Greenland Was Once Ice-free — and Seas Were 20 Feet Higher: Study
New York Daily News
March 16, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


Bet You Didn't Expect to Find Million-Year-Old Trees in Your Freezer
LabRoots
March 16, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


13 Women Who Made Scientific History
Best Colleges
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Zealandia Switch May Be Missing Link in Understanding Ice Age Climates
Eurasia Review
March 16, 2021
Article on study by Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer, geologist Mike Kaplan, and colleagues.


Scientists' Climate Warning after 'Grave' Rediscovery from Secret Cold War Military Base
Sky News
March 16, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


Making the Transition to a Green Economy: What Is Our Responsibility as Citizens?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
March 15, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Climate Justice Activist Lauren Ritchie, CC ’22, on Redefining Sustainability and Inciting an Inclusive Climate Action Movement
Columbia Spectator
March 15, 2021
Article features Lamont intern Lauren Ritchie.


A Forgotten Cold War Experiment Has Revealed Its Icy Secret. It's Bad News for the Planet.
Washington Post
March 15, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


How a Secret Cold War Project Led to Signs of Ancient Life—and a New Warning About the Future
Atlas Obscura
March 15, 2021
Article on study by geochemist Joerg Schaefer, paleoclimatologist Dorothy Peteet, and colleagues.


Making the Transition to a Green Economy: What Is Our Responsibility as Citizens?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
March 15, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Glaciers Accelerate Into the Ocean in the Getz Region of West Antarctica, Contributing to Rising Global Sea Levels
SciTech Daily
March 14, 2021
Article features study co-authored by Lamont oceanographer Pierre Dutrieux.


Zealandia Switch: New Theory of Regulation of Ice Age Climates
ScienceDaily
March 12, 2021
Article on study by Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer, geologist Mike Kaplan, and colleagues.


Volcanic Eruptions Have a Strong Impact on Climate, Study Suggests
EFE
March 11, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleoclimatologist Nathan Steiger, climate scientist Jason Smerdon, and colleagues.


Large Eruptions Produce a Persistent Hydroclimatic Response
Europa Press
March 9, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleoclimatologist Nathan Steiger, climate scientist Jason Smerdon, and colleagues.


Celebrating a Year of Leadership by Women
National Geographic
March 8, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


For Planet Earth, No Tourism is a Curse and a Blessing
The New York Times
March 7, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Little Shop of Horrors: Hungry Green Algae Prefer to Eat Bacteria Alive
City Life Org
March 7, 2021
Article on study co-led by Lamont graduate student Nicholas Bock and former Lamont postdoc Sophie Charvet.


1000 Years of Droughts in America
Newsweek
March 6, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont tree ring scientist Edward Cook, climate scientist Richard Seager, and Ph.D. Celine Herweijer.


Satellite Data Can Help Measure Depth and Shape of Ice Shelf Fractures
AZO Cleantech
March 5, 2021
Article features study co-authored by Lamont polar scientist Marco Tedesco and postdoc Patrick Alexander.


Feeding in Green Algae Illuminated by Labeled Bacteria
Nature Microbiology
March 5, 2021
Article on study co-led by Lamont graduate student Nicholas Bock and former Lamont postdoc Sophie Charvet.


Then and Now: A 'Megadrought' in California
BBC
March 4, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Benjamin Cook.


The Science of Climate: A High Degree of Difficulty
KSMU
March 4, 2021
Interview with Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


In the Atlantic Ocean, Subtle Shifts Hint at Dramatic Dangers
The New York Times
March 3, 2021
Interactive feature cites late Lamont geochemist Wallace Broecker.


Fueling the Future
The Blue and White
March 3, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Climate Change May Have Aided Dinosaurs' Journey from South America to Greenland
Smithsonian
March 1, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


California's Iconic Redwoods, Sequoias and Joshua Trees Threatened by Climate Change
CBS News
February 25, 2021
Interview with Lamont bioclimatologist Park Williams.


Climate Change Helped Some Dinosaurs Migrate to Greenland
Science News
February 24, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Climate Change: West Antarctica's Getz Glaciers Flowing Faster
BBC
February 23, 2021
Article features study co-authored by Lamont oceanographer Pierre Dutrieux.


Seabed 2030 Enters New Agreement with the Global Multi-Resolution Topography Synthesis Project
The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project
February 23, 2021
Article features partnership with Lamont's Global Multi-Resolution Topography Synthesis Project led by marine geophysicist Suzanne Carbotte.


Deadly Floods in India Point to a Looming Climate Emergency in the Himalayas
Washington Post
February 19, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer, and cites research by Schaefer, Lamont Ph.D. student Josh Maurer, and colleagues.


A Hitchhiker's Guide to an Ancient Geomagnetic Disruption
The New York Times
February 18, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Dust on the Wind
Eos
February 17, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


The Phony Blame Game on Texas Weather
CNN
February 17, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Did Climate Change Make Dinosaurs Move Hemispheres?
BBC
February 17, 2021
Feature on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Dinosaurs Take a Hike
Cosmos
February 16, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Dinosaurs Went from South America to Greenland Thanks to Less CO2
Europa Press
February 16, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Deadly Glacier Break: Himalayan Glaciers Will Collapse More Frequently as Climate Warms, Experts Say
ABC News
February 16, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer, and cites research by Schaefer, Lamont Ph.D. student Josh Maurer, and colleagues.


Four Columbia Scientists Named 2021 Sloan Research Fellows
Columbia News
February 16, 2021
Article features Lamont geodynamicist Jacqueline Austermann.


Four Sustainability Experts on How They'd Spend Elon Musk's $100 Million Climate Commitment
Popular Science
February 16, 2021
Article features Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Some Dinosaur Migration Was Delayed by Climate, Study Shows
AP
February 16, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Himalayan Disaster Explained
Cosmos
February 15, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer and cites research by Schaefer, Lamont Ph.D. students Josh Maurer and Joshua Russell, climate geologist Nicolás Young, and colleagues.


Huge Dip in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide 200 Million Years Ago May Have Helped Dinosaurs Migrate from South America to Greenland by Changing the Climate
Daily Mail
February 15, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Drop in CO2 Helped Dinosaurs Migrate from South America to Greenland
UPI
February 15, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Climate Change 200 Million Years Ago Helped Dinosaurs Walk from South America to Greenland, Study Suggests
Independent
February 15, 2021
Article on study by Lamont paleomagnetist Dennis Kent and colleague.


Columbia’s Top-Cited Researchers Examine the Value of High Citations
Columbia Spectator
February 12, 2021
Article features Lamont tree ring scientist Edward Cook.


Uttarakhand Dam Disaster: What Caused India's Deadly Flood?
Sky News
February 11, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont Ph.D. student Joshua Maurer, geochemist Joerg Schaefer, and colleagues.


How Rocks Rusted on Earth and Turned Red – Important Phenomenon Could Help Assess Future Climate Change
SciTech Daily
February 10, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont paleontologist Paul Olsen.


Himalayan Glacier Disaster Highlights Climate Change Risks
AP
February 9, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geochemist Joerg Schaefer.


Watch—and Hear—the Impact Human Noises Have on Marine Life
Science
February 9, 2021
Video includes earthquake audio provided by Lamont.


Scientists Have Warned of Himalayan Glacier Landslides
Kompas
February 8, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont Ph.D. student Joshua Maurer, geochemist Joerg Schaefer, and colleagues.


Can Carbon Capture Make Flying More Sustainable?
National Geographic
February 5, 2021
Article quotes Lamont scientist David Goldberg.


Addressing Racism through Ownership
Nature Geoscience
February 4, 2021
Article by Lamont diversity officer Kuheli Dutt.


The Terrifying Warning Lurking in the Earth’s Ancient Rock Record
The Atlantic
February 3, 2021
Article quotes late Lamont geochemist Wally Broecker.


Independent Test Shows Dust from Norlite is Full of Bubbly Glass
Hudson Mohawk Magazine
February 2, 2021
Interview with Lamont geologist Dave Walker.


Increased Tropical Cyclone Risk to Coasts
Science
January 29, 2021
Article co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Suzana Camargo.


Hurricanes Are Hitting Maximum Strength Closer to Land
Scientific American
January 29, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont atmospheric scientist Mingfang Ting, climate scientist Suzana Camargo, and systems analyst Cuihua Li, and quotes Camargo.


The Iconic Explorers Club Honors 50 Members Including 21 Remarkable Women
Forbes
January 28, 2021
Article features Lamont marine geophysicist Vicki Ferrini.


The Scientist Who Mapped the Seafloor: Marie Tharp | Great Minds
SciShow
January 28, 2021
Video features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Neighbors Worry about Hazardous Dust around Norlite Plant
Times Union
January 28, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geologist Dave Walker.


Norlite Dust Health Risk
Sanctuary for Independent Media
Thursday, January 28, 2021
Interview with Lamont geologist Dave Walker.


Environmental Advocates Claim New Health Threat at Norlite Plant, Officials Respond
CBS 6 Albany - WRGB
January 28, 2021
Article quotes Lamont geologist Dave Walker.


Searching for the Dust that Cooled the Planet
Hakai Magazine
January 25, 2021
Article on study co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Gisela Winckler.


Earth Is Now Losing 1.2 Trillion Tons of Ice Each Year. And It’s Going to Get Worse.
Washington Post
January 25, 2021
Article quotes Lamont polar scientist Robin Bell.


Revitalize the Sciences
Columbia News
January 21, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


A Single-Celled Organism Threatens the Vast Arabian Sea and the Millions that Depend on It
Mongabay
January 20, 2021
Article on research led by Lamont marine biologist Joaquim Goes.

How to Disinfect Certain Kinds of Masks (N95 Respirators and Surgical Masks)
ecogreenlove
January 20, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont's Roland Yan, Steven Chillrud, Debra Magadini, and Beizhan Yan.


Talk with Lex van Geen: Water Quality, Testing, Research and Health
Eco Ambassadors - Center for Sustainable Development
Friday, January 15, 2021
Interview with Lamont geochemist Lex van Geen.


Ancient Tree Rings Shed Light on Brahmaputra Flood Risk
Mongabay
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Article on study led by Lamont Ph.D. Mukund P. Rao.


The Climate Papers Most Featured in the Media in 2020
Carbon Brief
January 13, 2021
Article features study by Lamont Ph.D. Colin Raymond (now NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory postdoc), Lamont climate scientist Radley Horton, and colleague.


Air Quality Improvement During COVID-19 Lockdowns Less Drastic than Previously Thought: Study
ABC News
January 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont climate scientist Jason Smerdon.


Wind Patterns in a Warming World
AMS Weather Band
January 13, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


Marie Tharp’s Groundbreaking Maps Brought the Seafloor to the World
Science News
January 13, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Shaking up Earth
Science News
January 13, 2021
Article quotes Lamont seismologist Lynne Sykes.


Reflections on Weather and Climate Research
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment
January 13, 2021
Article co-authored by Lamont climate scientist Indrani Das.


Will Warming Bring a Change in the Winds? Dust from the Deep Sea Provides a Clue
NSF
January 12, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


Animal Planet
The New York Times
January 10, 2021
Article cites research by Lamont ecologist Natalie Boelman.


Marie Tharp, the Scientist Who Revolutionized Geology
Il Bo Live
January 8, 2021
Article features pioneering Lamont geologist Marie Tharp.


Riots in the Capitol. Is This Who We Are?
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
January 8, 2021
Opinion piece by Lamont climate scientist Adam Sobel.


Climate Change Could Take Weather Patterns Back to the Pliocene
Grist
January 7, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


The Westerly Winds Are Changing, and the Consequences Are Unknown
Earth.com
January 6, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


Global Warming to Keep Driving Winds Poleward, Deep Sea Dust Suggests
UPI
January 6, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


Dust Preserved Deep Beneath the Oceans for Five Million Years Confirms Climate Change Is Pushing Westerly Winds towards the Earth's Poles
DailyMail
January 6, 2021
Article on study by Lamont graduate student Jordan Abell, climate scientist Gisela Winckler, geochemist Robert Anderson, and colleague.


Scientists Tracked Arctic Animals' Movements for Three Decades. This Is What They Found.
SciTech Daily
January 3, 2021
Article on research co-authored by Lamont ecologist Natalie Boelman, wildlife ecologist Scott LaPoint, and Ph.D. Ruth Oliver.


Coastal Resilience in the Hudson Valley
Future Cities
January 1, 2021
Interview with Lamont geophysicist Klaus Jacob.