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A dust storm in Phoenix, Arizona. Credit: Daniel J Bryant/Getty

Soot, sulfate, dust and the climate — three ways through the fog

How much have aerosol particles slowed warming? Climate & Space Prof. Joyce Penner sets out priorities for a coordinated campaign of observations and modelling.|Short Read
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Climate & Space PhD receives NCAR postdoctoral fellowship

Dr. Annareli Morales begins two-year Advanced Study Program in September. |Short Read
Satellite photo of the Great Lakes. Photo: NASA

Climate change is driving rapid shifts between high and low water levels on the Great Lakes

University of Michigan experts say the rapid transitions between extreme high and low water levels in the Great Lakes represent the “new normal.” |Short Read
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Solving the sun’s super-heating mystery with Parker Solar Probe

Probe will go where no spacecraft has gone and measure a process never directly observed before. |Medium Read
Prof. Emeritus John Barker; Prof. Allison Steiner; Adjunct Prof. Tim Wallington

Climate & Space faculty are editors of new series of volumes on atmospheric chemistry

The Advances in Atmospheric Chemistry series presents authoritative invited summaries of research on atmospheric chemistry in a changing world. |Short Read
Methane hot spot

Asst. Prof. Eric Kort discusses rising methane levels in new Wired article

“Is atmospheric methane increasing as a consequence of climate change, not of our direct emissions? Are some thresholds being passed? It is a wicked problem, but it’s not unsolvable.”|Short Read
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Climate & Space staff members win Staff Incentive Awards

The pilot program is intended to reward and recognize staff and faculty who take extra steps to advance the College, whose achievements embody a forward-thinking approach to fostering College of Engineering values and help to build its culture.|Short Read
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Climate & Space doctoral student wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

"As the oldest graduate fellowship of its kind, the GRFP has a long history of selecting recipients who achieve high levels of success in their future academic and professional careers." |Short Read
Streets inundated by heavy rain in the city. Getty Images.

Opinion: Wave of flooding a wake-up call

'The set of global catastrophic events over the past month serve not only as warnings, but as a call to action.'|Short Read
Climate & Space 2019 Graduates

Congratulations to Climate and Space 2019 Graduates!

Best of luck in all of your future endeavors! |Short Read
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2019 Climate & Space MGU Student Research Symposium Award Winners

Thank you to everyone who organized, presented and attended the 2019 Michigan Geophysical Union (MGU) Student Research Symposium!|Short Read
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Climate & Space alumnus wins prestigious postdoctoral fellowship

The goal of the fellowship program is to help develop a Great Lakes regional environmental modeling system. |Short Read