Nov. 14, 2019Heart racing. Palms sweating.Northern Arizona University senior Britton Lee steps up to the podium and into the blinding spotlight. Dozens of eyes stare at … Read more about Road to the Regents’ Cup: Students represent Arizona universities by engaging in, promoting civil dialogue
To improve the accuracy of complex computer modeling, climate researchers in the Arctic are turning to natural features a little more in tune with longer time scales: glaciers and the lakes they feed.
The contrast between high-speed computing and slow-moving natural systems reflects the landscape of climate research in a region protected by its isolation, yet sensitive to change.Read more
As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releases Vol. 1 of its fifth assessment report, the results of published investigations by several Northern Arizona University researchers are receiving renewed international attention.
The IPCC represents the world’s scientific community by periodically reporting on the state of knowledge about climate change. The organization follows an extensive peer-review process to independently assess all published information and to summarize the most relevant advances in climate science.
Bruce Hungate (Center for Ecosystem Science and… Read more
As climate studies saturate scientific journals and mainstream media, with opposing viewpoints quickly squaring off in reaction and debate, new findings can easily be lost in the noise.
But in the… Read more