Much of the modern understanding of climate change is underpinned by pioneering studies done at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Here’s a timeline of significant studies.
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A rarely seen phenomenon may not bode well for the future survival of the ice.
These undergraduates and educators will work on research projects that connect the science of climate change to people and communities.
His father’s positive attitude in the face of terminal illness has inspired Cascade Tuholske to apply the same optimism while studying climate change.
Gases collected from ancient groundwater provide a compelling portrait of how much past temperatures have swung back and forth.
The news agency Reuters produced a list of top climate scientists. Columbia researchers comprise a significant number.
A Q&A with the geochemist, who plans to investigate a key climate interval millions of years ago.
The discovery of fossil plants below a mile of Greenland ice indicates that the ice sheet completely melted in the past, and suggests it could rapidly do so again.
Movements of winds in the Southern Hemisphere may be the key to waxing and waning of ice ages, says a new study.
Climate scientist Gisela Winckler explains the link between climate science and solutions, and shares some of her research adventures.