Civil war and other conflicts are costing us valuable data.
We know the predictions are dire; we know there are urgent conversations to be had about policy.
The ongoing construction of major hydroelectric dams on the river’s main channel and tributary systems—particularly in the basin’s lower and more p
This spring, the Citrin Family GIS/Applied Spatial Analysis Lab is expanding into Virtual Reality.
As Justin Mankin, Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, USA, notes “On the one hand, snow is simple — you heat it up, it melts”. Full article
Climate science tells us that in the future, combinations of heat and humidity could be so extreme that the evaporation of human sweat may not sufficiently cool our bodies.
In 1996, the Northeastern U.S saw a sudden increase in the number of "extreme precipitation" events. And ever since then, that number has stayed elevated. Full story
Ariel had her boots on the ground after Hurricane Harvey, working with relief agencies and first responders.
Timothy Burdick ’89, MED ’02, will oversee the Outdoor Programs Office, which serves as an administrative umbrella for and facilitator of outdoor activities. See complete article