According to a new study co-authored by Earth Sciences Professor Michael Bevis, the Greenland ice sheet did not lose approximately 2,500 gigatons of ice from 2003-2013 as previously thought -- the number is actually around 2,700 gigatons of ice.
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James White, second year Honors major in Earth Science and in Atmospheric Science was part of a prize-winning team in the inaugural American Statistical Association Datafest™ competition at Ohio State and hosted by the Undergraduate Data Analtyics Major in April 2016.
Congratulations to Earth Sciences assistant professor Audrey Sawyer who will receive the Kohout Early Career Award from the Geological Society of America’s Hydrogeology Division at the GSA annual meeting in September. The award recognizes early career scien
Congratulations to Earth Sciences assistant professor Audrey Sawyer whose first-authored paper in Science was published on August 4, 2016!
Field campers in Utah say "week two is when things start to click." The campers have been learning some mapping and visiting some volcanic fields among other things. Go to field camp virtually by reading the field camp blog of Brandi Lenz and Taylor Hollis
Distinguished University Professor, research scientest at the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, and Earth Sciences professor Lonnie Thompson has helped co-found a new Third Pole Environment (TPE) Program at Ohio State.
Congratulations to Earth Sciences professor Andrea Grottoli for receiving the Mid-Career Scientist Award from the International Society for Reef Studies! This award is made annually in recognition of excellence in research during the last decade.