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MIT Center for Global Change Science affiliates include: the MIT School of Science; MIT School of Engineering; Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences (EAPS); Civil & Evironmental Engineering (CEE);Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS); Engineering Systems Division (ESD), and Biology.
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The objective of research within my group is to develop understanding of coupled land-atmosphere processes. The...
Study finds high risk of severe water stress in Asia by 2050.
Study led by Joint Program Research Affiliate Hanquin Tian; coauthors include JP Co-Director Ronald Prinn and Research Affiliates Jerry Melillo and Eri Saikawa.
Joint Program Co-Director Ronald Prinn quoted in front-page NY Times Article.
Noelle Selin, Amanda Giang share their perspective in The Conversation.
Susan Solomon co-authors study in Nature Climate Change.
Now available online, sessions provide fast, accessible introduction to the field.
“If (mixotrophs) weren’t in the oceans, we’re suggesting atmospheric carbon dioxide might be higher, because there would less of the large, carbon rich particles formed which efficiently transfer carbon to depth,” Mick Follows says.
Experts examine how MIT can be most effective in addressing climate-change issues.
Among the 14 recipients of the MIT School of Science 2016 Infinite Kilometer award was EAPS Principal Research Scientist Sai Ravela.
The semiretired MIT geophysicist Carl Wunsch has written a text that he says addresses the drift of his specialty—physical oceanography—from its observational roots