State of the Planet

News from the Columbia Climate School

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  • Polar Ice, Penguin Tracks and Phytoplankton

    Polar Ice, Penguin Tracks and Phytoplankton

    Jeff Bowman, a postdoctoral research scientist at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, is in Antarctica for the field season studying how phytoplankton and bacteria interact. Follow his reports from Palmer Station.

  • Ctene Sensations of the Arctic Ocean

    Ctene Sensations of the Arctic Ocean

    One of the goals of Andy Juhl’s and Craig Aumack’s Arctic research is to determine the role of ice algae as a source of nutrition for food webs existing in the water column and at the bottom of the Arctic ocean.

  • Settling in to Work and Life in Barrow

    Settling in to Work and Life in Barrow

    While I arrived in Barrow, Alaska on Tuesday, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory scientists Andy Juhl and Craig Aumack, and graduate student Kyle Kinzler from Arizona State University, got here one week ago.

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  • Polar Ice, Penguin Tracks and Phytoplankton

    Polar Ice, Penguin Tracks and Phytoplankton

    Jeff Bowman, a postdoctoral research scientist at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, is in Antarctica for the field season studying how phytoplankton and bacteria interact. Follow his reports from Palmer Station.

  • Ctene Sensations of the Arctic Ocean

    Ctene Sensations of the Arctic Ocean

    One of the goals of Andy Juhl’s and Craig Aumack’s Arctic research is to determine the role of ice algae as a source of nutrition for food webs existing in the water column and at the bottom of the Arctic ocean.

  • Settling in to Work and Life in Barrow

    Settling in to Work and Life in Barrow

    While I arrived in Barrow, Alaska on Tuesday, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory scientists Andy Juhl and Craig Aumack, and graduate student Kyle Kinzler from Arizona State University, got here one week ago.