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Abby Swann on Forecast: a podcast about climate science and climate change
Assistant Professor Abby Swann was recently featured on Forecast, a podcast about climate science and climate change. Michael White, Nature’s editor for climate science and host of Forecast, talked with Swann about how plants respond to and affect climate change.
Forcing and variability on Southern Ocean surface temperature trends
A new paper out in Geophysical Research Letters (GRL) highlights the contribution of both anthropogenic forcing and natural variability on Southern Ocean surface temperature trends. Kyle Armour, of the School of Oceanography and Department of Atmospheric Sciences, was part of a team that helped to shed light on this.
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.