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Congratulations to Rebecca Neumann, AGU Award Recipient

Rebecca Neumann, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering is the American Geophysical Union’s 2018 recipient of the Charles S. Falkenberg Award given in “recognition of an early- to middle-career scientist who has contributed to the quality of life, economic opportunities and stewardship of the planet through the use of Earth science information and to the public awareness of the importance of understanding our planet.”
Neumann  has been an active PCC board member, she is currently on sabbatical.

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Dale Durran, Atmospheric Science Professor, comments on I-1631

In a letter to the editor  published in The Seattle Times on October 29, 2018, Atmospheric Science Professor Dale Durran, along with 21 other professors express their views on I-1631, a ballot initiative proposing a carbon tax in Washington.

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“Sources of Uncertainty in Long-Term Climate Projections” – PCC Summer Institute 2018

by Sarah Ragen and Hannah Director
On September 12-14, 2018, members of the UW community and invited guests gathered at UW’s Friday Harbor Labs for the Program on Climate Change’s annual Summer Institute . The topic this year was “Sources of Uncertainty in Long-Term Climate Projections.” Participants attending the institute were introduced to many issues that affect how we quantify the uncertainty related to long-term climate projections.

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Winter Welcome

Welcome by and to the PCC’s new director, Cecilia Bitz was Wednesday January 24, 2018. Read more…

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