New PCC Graduate Fellowship Opportunity-Proposals due Oct. 15, 2016
Registration Now Available for the 2016 PCC Summer Institute: The Climate of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
Armour (UW Ocean/Atmos) and others on how meridional ocean circulation is keeping the surface waters around Antarctica from warming.
TRIBUTE TO ED MILES - SCHOLAR, HUMANITARIAN, TEACHER, FRIEND AND MENTOR 1939-2016
Congratulations to Janneke Hille Ris Lambers (Biology)! She was appointed to the Walker Endowed Professorship of Natural History, for a three-year term.
Congratulations to Dennis Hartmann (UW Atmos)! Elected to National Academy of Sciences
"Evidence points to widespread loss of ocean oxygen by 2030s"--NSF Press Release w/ work by Curtis Deutsch (UW Ocean) cited
Hartmann, Thompson and more quoted in UW News article on Paris Agreement
Scannell on K5News talking about "marine heat waves" observed globally
Congratulations to Abby Swann and Alex Gagnon recipients of NSF CAREER awards
Congratulations to UW Climate Gamers being honored in D.C.
Congratulations to ice sheet scientist Ian Joughin named as one of UW's 27 researchers included on Thomson Reuters’ list of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” for 2015
UW Today: "Godzilla El Nino" and the Blob" NW Weather Update
Congratulations to Forrest Howk, Evans School, chosen as a OneEnergy Scholar for 2016
Hartmann and McCoy on cloud brightening and climate...UW News on GRL article
Friday Harbor Labs Summer Course: Evolutionary Responses to Climate Change in the Sea (FHL 568 A)
An NSF Advanced Training Program in Antarctica for Early Career Scientists: Biological Adaptations to Environmental Change- July 2016
UW Today "First Environmental Law Symposium takes on ocean acidification"
Saperstein on Climate Migration to the PNW: Highlighted in UW Today
Dr. Sarah Purkey awarded the 2015 UW Distinguished Dissertation Award (Physical Sciences & Engineering category)
PCC At-Large Fellowship-application due 1 August 2015
"Climate change could threaten one in six species with future extinction" By Chelsea Harvey April 30, 2015 in the Washington Post
Analysis of the 2-mile ice core drilled from West Antarctica illuminates the connection between interpolar abrupt climate events during the last ice age.
Abstracts accepted April 15-June 1 for the 9th Graduate Climate Conference-- hosted by MIT