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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.
Events CalendarKendall Memorial Lecture
Research Interests: Estimation and control, data assimilation; Surface and groundwater hydrology; Water resources systems
Nature article spotlights MIT CGCS-affiliated graduate student Jimmy Gasore's work on AGAGE climate observatory
ClimateX is a pilot effort to create a peer-to-peer learning platform for climate action intended to spark meaningful local and global change
Food and Water Supplies Remain At Risk, according to the MIT Joint Program's 2016 Food, Water, Energy & Climate Outlook that projects global impacts of COP21 and identifies advances needed to limit global warming to 2°C
In open letter, 375 National Academy of Sciences members warn against opting out of Paris Agreement.
Stephanie Dutkiewicz’ phytoplankton models project the future of the ocean as food source and carbon sink.
PhD student Daniel Rothenberg targets one of climate modeling’s biggest unknowns
New research may explain why sea temperatures around Antarctica haven’t risen as much as surface temperatures around the globe.
Mick Follows, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, and their colleagues have conjured up an approximation of the global ocean inside their computers.
Recent doctoral graduate Yavor Kostov and others from the Marshall Group have been analyzing the persistent cooling trend and sea-ice expansion observed around Antarctica.
40,000 people from around the world attended MIT’s Open House for a peek "Under the Dome" at nearly 80 departments and labs.