John recieves Dean's Research Award

The Rutgers New Brunswick Graduate School makes up to six awards each year to graduate students for excellence in research. This year John Mioduszweski was one of the recipients of this very prestigious award. Congratulations!

The State of the Climate 2013

Asa contributed to the BAMS report about the Climate in 2013. Download the whole report HERE.

Our new paper in Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres

Abstract

In the region of Earth most sensitive to climate change, spring snow melt serves as a measurable indicator of climate change and plays a strong role in the feedbacks that amplify Arctic warming. We characterize the melt season and... Read More

Derek at Rutgers Undergraduate Symposium

Derek Baquero, Geography student, and Aresty Research Assistant, is presenting his work about Greenland precipitation at the Rutgers Undergraduate Symposium on Friday April 25 at the Livingston Campus Center

Our work at AAG

Catch our presentations in Tampa:

Derek Baquero will present at the R.S. Tarr Student Illustrated Paper Competition, Wednesday, 4/9/2014, from 10:00 AM - 11:40 AM in Room 24, TCC, First Floor

See more here: ... Read More

Interview on WHYY

Asa was interviewed about Science and Art on the WHYY program The Pulse. Hear the story here:http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/... Read More

Josh defense on March 28!

Come her Josh talk about his great research about water use in Phoenix Arizona.

When: March 28, 2pm
Where: LSH B120, Department of Geography

John won Dean's Research award!

John is a recipient of the Dean of the Graduate School New Brunswick's Research Award. Congratulations! 
The award ceremony is in April.  

Arctic Report Card 2013: The Greenland Ice Sheet

Dr. Rennermalm contributed to section about the Greenland ice sheet in the Arctic Report Card 2013. After the dramatic melt in 2012, 2013 melting was about the average conditions between 1979-2012. See more here: ... Read More

Congratulations to Dr. Berdahl

 Mira Berdahl in the Atmospheric Science Program at Rutgers University sucessfully defended her Ph.D thesis "Impacts of volcanic eruptions and geoengineering on Arctic climate" on January 22, 2014. Congratulations!

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