Climate Science, Collaboration, and Community
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Provide a framework for intense cross-disciplinary collaboration that furthers and supports research and education in climate science
Using Video to Highlight Local Climate Change in Small Alaskan Community
By Amy Brodbeck, SMEA graduate student
After earning a Bachelor’s of Science in biology in 2011, I spent the next five years of my life engaging with the public in the field of environmental education and outreach.
Knut Christianson on the need for self-steering drones under Antarctica’s ice shelves
Knut Christianson, an assistant professor of Earth and Space Sciences, was profiled in the Scientific American about his current multi-million dollar project. Christianson, along with the Paul G. Allen Philanthropies foundation, will send a fleet of seven underwater robots into the world on a risky yearlong mission.
PCC Grads Travel to the 11th Annual Graduate Climate Conference
December 5, 2017
by Emma Kahle
This November nine UW graduate students traveled east to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts for the 11th annual Graduate Climate Conference We represented five different UW departments (ESS, ATMS, BIO, CEE, SMEA) and presented talks and posters on a range of topics from a commercial fisherman App that records climate data to using weather forecasting techniques to reconstruct past changes on the Greenland ice sheet.