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Hall Interviewed for The New Yorker

Timothy Hall (611) was interviewed by The New Yorker in the article entitled “When Climate Change and Xenophobia Collide.”

"A Surprise in Africa: Air Pollution Falls as Economies Rise": NY Times

Jonathan Hickman (611/USRA) was interviewed by The New York Times regarding trends in biomass burning and nitrogen oxides in Africa.

"Climate scientist discusses COVID's impact on planet" Interview

Jonathan Hickman (611/USRA) was interviewed by WSMV News 4 Nashville regarding COVID-19 air pollution and climate.

Way Interviewed for LiveScience.com

Michael Way was interviewed by LiveScience.com for the article entitled ‘Massive supercontinent will form hundreds of millions of years from now.’

Way Featured in Earth Institute Article

Michael Way was featured in the Earth Institute's article ‘What Will the Climate Be Like When Earth’s Next Supercontinent Forms?’ Way discusses how researchers used a 3D global climate model to illustrate the impact of two land mass arrangements on the global climate system.

2020 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers

Several 610 researchers were named to the annual list identifying scientists and social scientists who produced multiple papers ranking in the top 1% of citations for their field and year of publication. Congratulations to Matthew Rodell (610), Gregory Faluvegi (611/CU), Alexei Lyapustin (613), Joanna Joiner (614), Jeffrey Masek (618), Douglas Morton (618), Benjamin Poulter (618), and Eric Vermote (619) for being named to this year's list.

Faluvegi Named a Highly Cited Researcher

Congratulations to Gregory Faluvegi (611/CU) for being named to the 2020 Clarivate Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers List in the category of Geosciences. Recipients are recognized for their exceptional research influence, demonstrated by the production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in Web of Science.

Marvel Named to Inverse Future 50

Kate Marvel (611/CU) was selected as one of the Inverse Future 50, "a group of 50 people who will be forces of good in the 2020s."

Economist Publishes Way Article

An article by Michael Way (611) entitled ‘Volcanoes on Venus’ was recently published in the Economist magazine reporting on ‘A Sniff of Life?’ discussing the conditions that have caused Venus to change overtime in comparison to Earth.

Rolling Stone Interviews Marvel About Climate

Kate Marvel (611/CU) was recently interviewed by Rolling Stone about this year’s record temperatures, natural hazards, and other key questions scientists investigating.

Universe Today Features Proposal for Artemis Science

The Universe Today website featured a white paper Igor Aleinov (611/CU), Michael J. Way (611), Christopher W. Hamilton, and James W. Head submitted to the Artemis Science Definition Team of NASA's Science Mission Directorate

Way Discusses Discovery in Venus Clouds

Michael Way (611) was interviewed by the Christian Science Monitor about the discovery of phosphine gas in the clouds of Venus.

WeatherGeeks Podcast

Gavin Schmidt (611), Director of GISS, was recently featured in the newest WeatherGeeks podcast episode where scientists discuss internal and external forces that impact the planet’s future.

Cesana Discusses Clouds and Earth's Surface Temperature

Gregory Cesana (611/CU) was recently interviewed by State of the Planet about his project funded by NOAA concerning the effect of low clouds on Earth’s surface temperature in future climate.

Scientific American Highlights 2020 Temperature Record

Gavin Schmidt (611), Director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, was interviewed for the Scientific American article ‘Will 2020 Be the Hottest Year on Record?’ by Andrea Thompson regarding 2020 as the hottest temperature recorded to date in history

Scientific American Features New Venus Research

Michael Way (611) was featured in the August 2020 issue of Scientific American. The article ‘Model Suggests Toxic Transformation on Venus’ features a recent study by Way showing how Venus could have explosively changed from habitable to deadly.

Marvel Featured in Multiple News Outlets

Kate Marvel (611/CU) was recently featured in: Science magazine's article ‘After 40 Years, Researchers Finally See Earth’s Climate Destiny More Clearly’; the Bloomberg article ‘Top Scientists Just Ruled Out Best-Case Global Warming Scenarios’; and The Washington Post article ‘Major New Climate Study Rules Out Less Severe Global Warming Scenarios.’

The New York Times Highlights New Climate Study

The new climate research study by 25 scientists, including GISS scientists Gavin Schmidt (611) and Kate Marvel (611/CU), was featured in The New York Times article ‘How Much Will the Planet Warm if Carbon Dioxide Levels Double?’ that discusses the role of greenhouses heating the planet.

Schmidt Discusses New Climate Study

Gavin Schmidt (611) was quoted in The Sydney Morning Herald article ‘Sensitive Planet: Scientists Narrow the Expected Heating from C02 Rise.’ He stated that the new climate research study is “the first credible assessment that does a ‘proper’ integration of the different kinds of constraints [such as the] processes, historical trends and paleo-climate.” Additional press for the climate study was featured in The Independent (UK), The Atlantic, and Reuters.

Schmidt Interviewed for Science Magazine

Gavin Schmidt (611) was featured in Science magazine article titled “Weather Makers” by Fred Pearce regarding a controversial theory of how the forest supply the world with wind in addition to rain.

Schmidt Discusses Mid-Atlantic Temperatures in NY Times

Gavin Schmidt (611), the director for Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) was featured in The New York Times article titled “Predict Scorching Temperatures to Last Through Summer” by Henry Fountain and John Schwartz.

Climate and COVID-19 Interview

Christian Braneon (611/SciSpace) was featured in a recent E&E News interview titled “Frontline-line Communities Face Dual Threat in Climate, COVID-19” by Jennifer Hijazi, E&E News reporter. Braneon discusses the impact of intense heat waves that may increase hospitalizations and death rates during the summer period.

Coronavirus Impacts Field Work

Goddard Space Flight Center airborne campaigns are highlighted in a recent Capital Weather Gang article in The Washington Post. The article describes the novel coronavirus's impact on scientific research and field campaigns.

Study Confirms Climate Models are Getting Future Warming Projections Right

There's an old saying that “the proof is in the pudding,” meaning that you can only truly gauge the quality of something once it's been put to a test. Such is the case with climate models: mathematical computer simulations of the various factors that interact to affect Earth's climate, such as our atmosphere, ocean, ice, land surface and the Sun.

2019 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers

Several 610 researchers were named to the annual list identifying scientists and social scientists who produced multiple papers ranking in the top 1% of citations for their field and year of publication. Congratulations to Greg Faluvegi (611/CU), Cynthia Rosenzweig (611), Alex Ruane (611), Joanna Joiner (614), Matthew Rodell (617), Jeffrey Masek (618), Douglas Morton (618), and Benjamin Poulter (618),
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