Editor's Choice Award for Graduate Student

Editor's Choice Award for Graduate Student

Graduate student McKenzie Skiles receives an Editor's Choice award for her paper, Dust radiative forcing in snow of the Upper Colorado River Basin: 2. Interannual variability in radiative forcing and snowmelt rates, published in Water Resources Research.

Switzer Foundation Fellowship Awarded

Switzer Foundation Fellowship Awarded

Congratulations to graduate student Michael Antos, who was selected to receive a Switzer Environmental Fellowship by the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation.

This year, the Switzer Foundation awarded 22 Fellowships "for emerging environmental leaders who are pursuing graduate degrees and are dedicated to positive environmental change in their careers."

End of the Little Ice Age in the Alps

End of the Little Ice Age in the Alps

Adjunct Professor Thomas Painter's recent work, End of the Little Ice Age in the Alphs forced by industrial black carbon, is published in PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences).

Additional coverage: NPR || Scientific American || LA Times

Rim fire and cities in the west

Rim fire and cities in the west

Professor, John Muir Chair, and IoES Director Glen MacDonald on the Rim Fire and its effects on cities in the west in the San Francisco Chronicle.