April 19, 2022
With a plane crisscrossing the sky and researchers working on land and sea, the Surface Biology and Geology High-Frequency Time Series campaign (SHIFT) combines the ability of airborne science instruments […] more »
March 31, 2022
Winters are warming faster than the other seasons. Locally, this means less snow is falling in many parts of the country. By 2050, the western United States could see up to 25 percent less snow, according to a recent study in the journal Nature. Over the past century, western areas of the U.S. have lost 17 days of snow cover, while winters in the Northeast, Upstate New York and the Midwest, have lost 21 days of snow cover. A bipartisan caucus is taking up this increasing urgent socio-economic issue, Columbia’s Climate School reports.