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Parker Solar Probe: ‘We’re missing something fundamental about the sun’

First data holds clues to a decades-old mystery, and major implications for space weather prediction|Medium Read
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Universities’ crucial role in our spacefaring future

To ensure that our species endures, we must advance space-based technologies and break our interdisciplinary boundaries.|Short Read
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Support Climate & Space on Giving Blueday

Your generous gift has a direct impact. |Short Read
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Yulin Pan awarded MIDAS PODS grant for research predicting hydrological weather extremes

Ashley Payne (CLaSP), Yulin Pan (NAME), and Xun Huan (ME) have been awarded a Propelling Original Data Science (PODS) grant for their project Optimal Design of Data Assimilation for the Prediction of Hydrological Extremes.|Short Read
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Climate & Space alumna discusses Great Lakes water level swings in Washington Post

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The impact of an early career award on advanced climate modeling

Assoc. Prof. Christiane Jablonowski looks back at the award's effect on her research.|Short Read
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CLASP research fellow attends third annual GPU Hackathon at Brookhaven National Lab

Climate & Space research fellow Qusai Al Shidi was a member of the U-M Team Space|Short Read
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Congratulations to new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Benjamin Alterman is our newest PhD. |Short Read
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Faculty Position in Planetary Science

CLASP invites applications from qualified candidates for a tenure track faculty position. |Short Read
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Assoc. Prof. Huang co-investigator on new ESA satellite mission

CLASP faculty member now co-investigator on two missions studying the far-infrared section of the electromagnetic spectrum for clues on climate change. |Medium Read
A crack in the Amery Ice Shelf in Antarctica, taken by helicopter. Ice shelves near both of the planet's poles are disintegrating at unexpectedly rapid rates. Photo by Jim Behrens. ​

Why sea level rise models have been wrong

A Q&A with Jeremy Bassis, an expert on ice dynamics and contributing author of the IPCC's latest report.|Short Read
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Two Climate & Space PhD students receive 2019-2020 MICDE fellowship

The students are part of a group of "extraordinary applicants..." |Short Read