Atmospheric Sciences

Atmospheric Sciences

Earth's warming hole not indication of abrupt climate change event, study finds

UM Researchers find swath of cooling water in subpolar region not a result of ocean circulation slowdown

http://news.miami.edu/rosenstiel/stories/2022/10/earths-warming-hole-not-indication-of-abrupt-climate-change-event-study-finds-.html


Atmospheric Sciences | Awards

UM Rosenstiel School Professor elected as an AGU Fellow

Brian Soden, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences recognized for research excellence

http://news.miami.edu/rosenstiel/stories/2022/09/um-rosenstiel-school-professor-elected-as-an-agu-fellow.html


Atmospheric Sciences

How dangerous is dust from evaporating Great Salk Lake?

Dust plumes from a receding Great Salt Lake could be fueling one of the worst air quality problems in the nation. Cassandra Gaston, a scientist at the Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science, is studying just how bad the problem could be.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/09/how-dangerous-is-dust-from-evaporating-great-salt-lake.html