EEAS students and faculty conduct high-impact research in Environmental Geoscience and Atmospheric Sciences. Our research includes global-scale and regional modeling, state-of-the-art laboratory analyses including trace metal and stable isotopes, and field research that engages our students and faculty in countries across the globe.
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Climatology, Climate Variability, Forecasting and Modeling of Extreme Events (Droughts, Floods, Snow Squalls), Ensemble Modeling, Atmospheric Boundary Layer Structure, Mesoscale Wind Patterns, Synoptic-scale Circulations.
Environmental Geochemistry, Petrology, Geochronology, Isotopic Measurements, Cosmogenic Exposure Dating.
Rock Weathering Processes, Blast Petrology, Forensic Geology Cold-based Glacier Processes and Deposits, Buried Ice Geochemical Records, McMurdo Dry Valleys Geology, Tree Ring Studies.
Global and Regional Element Cycles, Heavy Metal Contamination, Atmospheric Chemistry, Greenhouse Gas Dynamics, Atmosphere-Surface Flux Exchange, Soil Pollution, Hydrologic Cycle and Hydrogeology.
Spectral Line Shapes, Planetary Atmospheres, Remote Sensing of the Earth’s Troposphere, Stratosphere, and Ionosphere, Planetary Atmospheres, Ionospheric Modeling and Prediction.