Conditions in crowded urban settlements in Africa make the effects of climate change worse, pushing temperatures to levels dangerous for children and the elderly in those areas, according to a new study led by a Johns Hopkins University scientist. To read more click here. Article written by Arthur Hirsch
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Date: November 15, 2017
Date: September 22, 2017
Professor Anand Gnanadesikan and Assistant Professor Ciaran Harman are featured in, “Super Hurricanes: Inside Monster Storms.” The film, which comes after two of the most devastating hurricanes in decades, airs on the Science Channel at 9 p.m. EST on Friday, Sept. 22.
Date: September 19, 2017
This morning, after two decades in space, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft ended an incredible journey of exploration. With the spacecraft’s fuel spent, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into Saturn—which it had orbited for 13 years —to make sure the planet’s moons remain pristine for future exploration. A small but significant piece of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics […]
Date: September 13, 2017
Meghan Avolio earned her PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Yale University and is a plant ecologist studying the mechanisms by which global change drivers, including urbanization, impact the diversity of plant populations and communities. Her research addresses the consequences of global change for individual plants up to entire ecosystem functioning. Meghan has joined us […]
Date: July 10, 2017
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Sarah Horst for being selected to receive Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award. In July 2017, thirty-four early career faculty members were selected to receive Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards, an honor that is accompanied by a $75,000 grant, mentoring opportunities, and institutional recognition. Recipients include faculty composing new musical work inspired […]
Date: May 23, 2017
Assistant Professor Sarah Hörst’s research was featured in The Baltimore Sun. She and her team of graduate student researchers are helping other planetary scientists prepare for future discoveries by showing them what conditions they might encounter in the atmospheres of distant bodies.
Date: May 12, 2017
Research ideas can come from the unlikeliest of places. Just ask Anna Scott, a graduate student in the Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences.
Date: April 24, 2017
It’s a great pleasure to formally announce that we have several new assistant professors arriving this summer. They are Drs. Emmy Smith, Meghan Avolio, Maya Gomes, and June Wicks.
Date: June 28, 2016
Dr. Anand Gnanadesikan has been promoted to full professor with tenure in Earth & Planetary Sciences! Anand is a leading authority on Earth system dynamics and modeling. His overarching research goal is to understand how the many components of the Earth system interact to produce the variability we observe in modern climate.
Date: February 24, 2016
On Thursday, December 11, 2015 Sara Rivero presented her thesis entitled “Anthropogenic Change vs Natural Variability: Lessons Learned from the Continuous Plankton Recorder.” She will receive her degree on May 18, 2016. Congratulations!