News Archive for 2011
Natalie Mahowald will be lead PI on a new $3M NSF award titled, Collaborative Research: Improved Regional and Decadal Predictions of the Carbon Cycle. Rob Ross, EAS Adjunct, Christine Shoemaker... read more
Ben Currens has received a research award from Engineering Learning Initiatives for his research project titled: "Variability of Trace Elements in the Marcellus Shale". His faculty supervisor is... read more
Roberta Rudnick has been chosen as the next Oliver Visiting Professor. She will be the keynote speaker at the 2011 Kaufman INSTOC Symposium September 26th. University of Maryland's Rudnick is an... read more
Statistical Methods in the Atmospheric Sciences, third edition, authored by Dan Wilks has just been published. read more
Mark Wysocki has been chosen to receive one of four 2011 Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Awards.
Mark Wysocki has been chosen to receive one of four 2011 Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Awards. This award recognizes "sustained and distinguished contributions of professorial faculty and... read more
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay has just been elected a Fellow of AGU. The American Geophysical Union's recognition is considered a high honor in the field of Geology, second only to the National Academy of... read more
Students from the Cornell Chapter of AAPG as well as students from the IGERT Earth Energy Systems group were lucky enough to be invited by Ultra Petroleum to tour their Marcellus shale operations. On... read more
Natalie Mahowald was named a fellow of the American Meteorological Society in January 2011. Natalie was also quoted in a February 10, 2011 New York Times article, Speck by Speck, Dust Piles Up, which... read more
Mary Kosloski's paper was recently published in the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.
Mary Kosloski's paper, "Recognizing biotic breakage of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria caused by the stone crab, Menippe mercanaria: An experimental taphonomic approach", was recently published... read more