On Wildfire Smoke and Climate Change
As satellite images of wildfire smoke and local air quality data streamed into our labs last month, the implications of our science have never felt so immediate. The thick haze of toxic wildfire smoke created levels of particulate matter that are the worst in over two decades for the Puget Sound region.Read more
Understanding and Advancing Natural Resource Management in the Context of Changing Ocean Conditions
By Nyssa Baechler and Katie Keil
The ocean is easy to take for granted一every day the tides roll in and out like clockwork, salmon return each season to their natal streams, and the ocean provides essential resources to sustain life around the globe.
Congratulations to Professor Cecilia Bitz, 2018 AGU Fellow!
Our PCC Director, Cecilia Bitz , was named AGU Fellow for the class of 2018, a recognition that only 0.1% of the AGU membership receives in any given year. The AGU fellows program recognizes members who achieve excellence in research in ways that help us understand the complex natural world, in new, innovative ways that have sustained impact.