Climate

2021 Feb 08

GLOBAL FOOD+ 2021

12:35pm

Location: 

Zoom

Join Harvard, Boston University, MIT, and Tufts for 40 speed talks on Boston-area research at the nexus of food, agriculture, health, environment, and society.

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2021 Feb 17

Green Conversations: Katharine Hayhoe

2:00pm

Location: 

Zoom

Katharine Hayhoe, Political Science Endowed Professor in Public Policy and Public Law and Co-director of the Climate Center at Texas Tech University, sits down with Daniel Schrag, Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology, Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, and Director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE), for the first installment of the recently revived Green Conversations series.... Read more about Green Conversations: Katharine Hayhoe

2021 Feb 12

GLOBAL FOOD+ 2021

1:00pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Zoom

Join Harvard, Boston University, MIT, and Tufts for 40 speed talks on Boston-area research at the nexus of food, agriculture, health, environment, and society.... Read more about GLOBAL FOOD+ 2021

Pedram Hassanzadeh

Pedram Hassanzadeh

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2013-2015
PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Rice University

Pedram is a fluid dynamicist interested in climate dynamics and in particular the effect of climate change on extreme weather events.... Read more about Pedram Hassanzadeh

Francis Ludlow

Francis Ludlow

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2011-2013
PhD Geography, Trinity College Dublin
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Medieval Environmental History, Trinity College Dublin

Francis Ludlow is a historical climatologist studying the long neglected documentary record of annalistic and chronicle sources compiled in Ireland from the fifth to the seventeenth centuries AD, with respect to their rich evidence for the occurrence of historic meteorological extremes, natural hazards and their impacts upon medieval Irish society and the biosphere.... Read more about Francis Ludlow

Alexander Stine

Alexander Stine

Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow: 2010-2012
PhD Earth and Planetary Science, University of California-Berkeley
Current Position: Associate Professor of Climate Sciences, San Francisco State University

Alexander (Zan) Stine is a climate scientist interested in how to separate natural climate variability from human-induced climate change in the observational record.... Read more about Alexander Stine

Bill Boos

Bill Boos

French Environmental Fellow: 2008-2010
PhD Atmospheric Science, MIT, 2008
Current Position: Associate Professor, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Berkeley

Bill Boos is an atmospheric physicist working to understand the fundamental processes responsible for variations in tropical climate over a broad range of time scales.... Read more about Bill Boos

Gil Bohrer

Gil Bohrer

French Environmental Fellow: 2007-2009
PhD Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University, 2007
Current Position: Professor, Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering, Ohio State University

Gil Bohrer is an atmospheric physicist who focuses on atmosphere-biosphere-hydrosphere interactions.... Read more about Gil Bohrer

Fabien Paulot

Fabien Paulot

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2011-2013
PhD Environmental Science and Engineering, California Institute of Technology
Current Position: Associate Research Scholar, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University

Fabien Paulot is an atmospheric chemist who is interested in the interplay between the biosphere and the composition of the atmosphere.... Read more about Fabien Paulot

Emily V. Fischer

Emily V. Fischer

NOAA Environmental Fellow: 2011-2013
PhD Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
Current Position: Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

Emily V. Fischer is an atmospheric chemist interested in how air pollutants are transported around the globe and how the atmosphere's self-cleansing capacity will respond to climate change.... Read more about Emily V. Fischer

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