Lamont in the Media
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In a collaboration that included Columbia researchers, Belmont County residents set up a low-cost sensor network that is helping them fight for clean air.
We finished our electromagnetic survey and mini-field school in northern Sylhet, Bangladesh, with lectures and field trips to see the geology by car and boat.
A graduate of Columbia’s Environmental Science and Policy program, Barone works as an economics and policy analyst for Environmental Defense Fund.
We are underway on our 48-day long expedition offshore of the west coast of Mexico near Acapulco, where the young Cocos oceanic plate dives beneath the North American plate.
Aboard the R/V Marcus G. Langseth, Expedition MGL2204’s science team has started deploying ocean-bottom seismometers.
As the tropical Pacific stays stuck in a cool phase, dangerous patterns persist worldwide.
Climate School experts explain the conditions contributing to heavy downpours that are displacing millions in Asia.
When you work 4am to 12pm on a research vessel, you get to watch some beautiful sunrises and eat breakfast for lunch every day.
Daily life on a research vessel is smaller and slower-paced — in a good way, for the most part.