A career in fluid mechanics is both intellectually stimulating and well suited to solving environmental problems.
Saima May Sidik
Sandeep Pai: A Just Transition to Clean Energy
Making sure people whose incomes rely on fossil fuels aren’t left behind as alternative energy sources become more established.
Lauren Haygood: Normalizing STEM in America’s Heartland
Community science builds bridges while generating valuable environmental data.
Despite Improvements, China’s Air Remains Unsafe
Toxic particulate matter has decreased by about a third over the past decade, but levels are still above what’s considered healthy.
Side Benefits of Climate Action May Save Millions of Lives in Africa
Premature deaths due to air pollution would decline across the continent.
Hot Springs Suggest How the Tibetan Plateau Became the Roof of the World
Helium isotopes found in water samples provide a snapshot of what lies beneath the plateau and stimulate debate within the geosciences community.
Estimando la frecuencia e intensidad las olas de calor: Un caso de estudio en Chicago
Modelado numérico mostró los impactos extendidos de la ola de calor del 2012 en Chicago, clarificando los impactos de la ola de calor y la isla de calor urbana en la temperatura de la ciudad.
Scientists Fight to Keep Lidar on the Space Station
Remote sensing experts may lose a key tool in the fight against climate change.
Satellites Reveal Slow Shift of the Entire Boreal Biome
According to a new study, warmer temperatures and high soil nitrogen levels are causing Earth’s largest land biome to advance northward.
Tree Rings Reveal a Puzzling Trend in Monsoon Intensity
Tree rings confirm that in northern Australia, the past 40 years have experienced more rain than any similar length of time in the past 600 years.