“Climate change could heighten risk of global food production ‘shocks’”–Michelle Tigchelaar writes about her recent paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Michelle Tichelaar, a postdoctoral researcher at UW Atmospheric Sciences and others show in the PNAS paper that climate change will increase the likelihood of major crop failures of corn, and other crops, and provides context for the article in her piece for “Carbon Brief”
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Communicating Sea Level Rise to Coastal Washington Communities: Opportunities, Challenges, and Concerns
-by Diana Perry, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Graduate and Graduate Certificate in Climate Science Recipient, Spring 2018
The beach on Cape Cod where I grew up exploring looks different—a thinner, steeper backshore and steeper nearshore leading to a larger shallower point—than it did when I first stepped foot on it.
PCC members part of massive international project to monitor Thwaites Glacier
Knut Christianson, an assistant professor of the Department of Earth and Space Sciences, and Nick Holschuh, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences, are helping to lead a massive international collaboration to better understand the fate of Thwaites Glacier, nicknamed the “world’s most dangerous glacier “.