Lamont in the Media

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.


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.