glacier

What happens to all of the organic carbon found in glaciers when they melt? That’s the focus of a new paper by a research team that includes EOAS Professor Dr. Robert Spencer. The study, published in Nature Geoscience, is the first global estimate by scientists at what happens when major ice sheets break down.

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The American Meteorological Society will recognize several FSU Meteorology alums by naming them to leadership positions. Additionally, Dr. Bin Wang, FSU alum, will receive the Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal, the highest award given by the AMS.

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Jesse Enloe (MS, 2002), and Scott Applequist (Ph.D., 1999), were awarded the NOAA 2015 Bronze Medal and Distinguished Career Awards. These awards are designed to recognize long-term achievements in advancing the goals and mission of NOAA.

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EOAS is seeking applications for several tenure track positions in the fields of geophysics, geomorphology, hydrology, physical oceanography, and air-sea interactions. The search is open with respect to rank. Candidates with research interests that bridge across disciplines are encouraged to apply.

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Tallahassee, FL
57.0°F
10:53am EST Tue 27 Jan 2015

Skies: Clear
Humidity: 44%
Winds from the West-Northwest at 11 kts

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