Two of our undergraduate majors, Becky Anderson and Prescott Vayda, were prize winners in last week's 24th annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum.
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SES geodesist Michael Bevis and a team of collaborators from the USA, Denmark, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg recently published an article in which they argued that the Greenland ice sheet crossed a tipping
SES Professor Grottoli's research suggest that the coral microbiome may offer resilience to corals in the face of climate change. The study, published in PLOS One, was recently highlighted by the American Geophysical Union in its Earth and Space News publication, EOS.
Three Earth Sciences students won Outstanding Student Presentation Awards from the American Geophysical Union. These prestigious awards are only granted to the top 5% of student participants at the conference, as judged by professional scientists in each discipline. The winners are:
Congratulations to Earth Sciences postdoc Tingting Liu (Cole group; Ph.D. OSU, 2017), whose recent publication was identified as a Hot Article of 2018 in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. The study was also profiled by the A. P. Sloan Foundation Deep Carbon Observatory. Dr.