Summer Institute 2009 Information Available!
"UW scientists say new online tool aims to take world's temperature"
Seaglider Monitors Climate-Related Ocean Circulation In The Arctic
Jessica Lunquist Receives 2008 Cryosphere Young Investigator Award
Joe Casola's research on how warming effects PNW mountain snowback
Dinos, fossils and video production: Registration open for Burke summer programs
People's misperceptions cloud their understanding of rainy weather forecasts
UW students to learn firsthand of culture, corals, islands threatened by sea level rise
Lecture considers climate change effects on PNW mountain snow
The UW Program on Climate Change Presents its 8th Annual Public Lecture: "Understanding Variation in Mountain Snow in the PNW: Impacts of climate change and importance of location"
Aging Satellites Threaten Climate Research Future
Study co-funded by PCC and co-authored by former PCC Postdoc Curtis Deutsch finds tropical lizards in trouble
Congratulations to James Murray, recently named an AGU Fellow
"Some of Earth's climate troubles should face burial at sea, scientists say " UW News and Information article on recent publication by Stuart Strand (UW Forest Resources) and Gregory Benford (UC Irvine)
"Warming of the Antarctic ice-sheet surface since the 1957 International Geophysical Year" Nature article by Eric Steig (UW ESS) and others
Second Public Review Solicited for Draft of the "Global Climate Change Impacts on the U.S." synthesis report.
"Probing Climate Feedbacks in the World's Largest Cloud" by Professor Chris Bretherton, UW Atmospheric Sciences and Director, Program on Climate Change
Cliff Mass Seattle Times Opinion Piece (12 Jan 2009) "Weather response must be grounded in science"
Seattle PI editorial (9 Jan 2009) on the opportunities and challenges of the upcoming UN Climate Conference.
Half of world's population could face climate-induced food crisis by 2100 -David Battisti (Atmospheric Sciences) is quoted in this January 8, 2009 UWeek Article.
"Meteorologist Cliff Mass examines Pacific Northwest weather in his new book"
"Can Changes in Ocean Circulation Modify the Climate?" or "Questions and Conclusions of the 2008 PCC Summer Institute"
Scientific American October 2008 "Geoengineering: How to Cool Earth--At a Price"
Philip Mote, CIG researcher and Washington State Climatologist, listed as one of Seattle Magazine's 25 most influential people in the Puget Sound region in 2008.