By Dilpreet Raju, June 14, 2023 -
Thousands of meters of ice banked in below-freezing temperatures allow climate researchers to analyze what the Earth's climate was like hundreds of thousands of years ago and
By Grace Finnell-Gudwien - March 13, 2023
Sitting in the grass in front of a pyramid at the Chichen Izta, a sacred Mayan site, Alvaro Mena
told the tragic story of a battle that took place in that very spot over 100 years ago. Mena, a
By Chelsea Zhao, Dilpreet Raju and Ilana Wolchinsky,
Dec. 21, 2022 - As the Earth warms, researchers at the Ice and Climate Exploration Research Center (PSICE) at Pennsylvania State University are interested in how we can expect glaciers, those dense
By Chelsea Zhao
Crystal Rao, a geoscience graduate student at Princeton University, bases her research on the environmental changes and climate impacts on the species in clues from nitrogen isotopes in fossils.
Rao uses the ratio of two common forms
By Brittany Edelmann and Carly Menker, Photos by Carly Menker, May 1, 2022 -
Janyiah, a ninth-grade student at Gary Comer College Prep, started “falling in love with science” three years ago in the South Side school’s proactive STEM curriculum. She
By Poonam Narotam, Dec. 15, 2021 -
When he’s not teaching earth science classes and analyzing data at the University of Maine, glacier whisperer Aaron Putnam is trekking into the high Himalayas or New Zealand’s Southern Alps to study where glaciers once
By Christian Elliott, Dec. 9, 2021 -
Even summer days are cold in the Allan Hills Blue Ice Area, a meteorite-strewn expanse of glacier flanked by mountains at the eastern edge of the Antarctic ice sheet near the McMurdo Station research center.