Findings can help local governments as they begin to respond to climate pressures and make journalism, policy advice, and climate communication more just and effective

stories/2022/07/study-finds-environmental-injustice-is-key-to-decoding-climate-change-debate.html



Marine Geosciences

Rare deep-sea brine pools discovered in Red Sea

These newly discovered extreme environments offer clues on extraterrestrial life and may hold potential cancer-fighting compounds

stories/2022/07/rare-deep-sea-brine-pools-discovered-in-red-sea.html


Unique dust-monitoring site in Barbados to be reborn

From a new sampling tower to novel cutting-edge instruments, the Rosenstiel School’s half-century-old Barbados Atmospheric Chemistry Observatory will get a major upgrade thanks to significant National Science Foundation funding.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/07/unique-dust-monitoring-site-in-barbados-to-be-reborn.html