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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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Dr. Gressent is a postdoctoral associate working with Prof. Prinn focusing on the interpretation of AGAGE observations of greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting...
Climate change could lead to overall increase in river flow, but more droughts and floods, study shows.
Since 2007, scientists have been searching to find the cause of a sudden and unexpected global rise in atmospheric methane, a potent greenhouse gas, following almost a decade in which concentrations had stayed relatively constant.
Senior Elizabeth Rider uses atmospheric chemistry research to create international connections.
Study projects vast regional differences in forest productivity, migration and wildfire impacts
Climate change will likely worsen drought conditions in parts of Africa, dramatically reshaping the production of maize throughout sub-Saharan Africa as global temperatures rise over the next century.
The concern around climate change has scientists focusing their attention on regions around the world that are expected to be particularly hard hit.
Turbulence from seafloor topography may explain longstanding question about ocean circulation.
Letter urges Trump to remain in the UN Climate Convention
Countries hit hardest by automaker’s emissions scandal include Germany, Poland, France, and Czech Republic.
MIT students and community members go on the hunt for natural gas leaks.