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28 Apr 17 Meteorology 597, The Global Carbon Cycle

Fall 2017 Course Offering

Meteorology 597, The Global Carbon Cycle

T R 9:05-10:20 am
9 Sparks Building

01 Nov 16
Screening, discussion of climate change film ‘Before the Flood’ set for Nov. 2

"Before the Flood," a new National Geographic documentary film about climate change featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, will be shown in a special screen

26 Oct 16
Researchers receive NSF grant to study how household decisions impact climate


FEW, Food Energy Water, NSF grant
19 Oct 16
2016-2017 IEE Seed Grant Program
PSIEE announces 2016-2017 seed grant program

Penn State’s Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE) has identified five strategic research themes of focus (listed alphabet

IEE Seed Grant
18 Oct 16
Climate change impacts on Menominee nation's forest home focus of NSF funding

Coupled Natural and Human Systems, forest management, Climate Change Adaptation
10 Oct 16
Researchers harness 'big data' to see the big picture on lakes, nutrient cycles

10 Oct 16
Retired congressman, AAAS CEO Holt to lead panel on science and politics

07 Oct 16
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack
White House Rural Forum shines spotlight on progress, issues in rural America
03 Oct 16
Penn state research expenditures climb to near-historic highs

01 Oct 16
First-of-kind study suggests cover crop mixtures increase agroecosystem services

26 Sep 16
Sci-Comm Month 2016 kicks off Mon. Oct. 3
Science Communication month is back!
Science Communications
22 Sep 16
Nyblade appointed co-director of Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research

Andrew Nyblade, professor of geosciences, has been named co-director of Penn State’s Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research (MCOR)

21 Sep 16
Ismaila Dabo photo
Powerful Energy

Originally from Paris, France, Ismaila Dabo has family roots in Guinea, a West African nation blessed with abundant sunshine to match the sunny optimism of its people.

materials science and engineering, energy storage
14 Sep 16
Researchers use IT to unlock the mysteries of human evolution

Research Instrumentation, Anthropology, Evolution
08 Sep 16
How land use affects the spread of disease

Protecting the landscape may also help protect people from some infectious diseases, according to Erica Smithwick, associate professor of geography.

Buruli ulcer, Malaria, Infectious disease dynamics
22 Aug 16
'Ideal' energy storage material for electric vehicles developed

04 Aug 16
Penn State's Solar Ecology program reveals the secrets of sunlight

Not all sunlight is created equal. That’s the theory behind a new device created by a team from Penn State University that could drastically shape the booming industry of solar energy.

solar power
03 Aug 16
Where there's smoke and a mutation there may be an evolutionary edge for humans

30 Jun 16
NETL and member universities kick off new Coalition on Clean Energy
30 Jun 16
Research aims to make water-cycle modeling data more accessible
30 Jun 16
Researchers discuss importance of gender in international agriculture research

Gender researchers from around the world converged at Penn State in June to discuss the importance of incorporating gender concepts into international agricultural research.

30 Jun 16
New device could unlock information potential of sunlight

Bug-like features enable researchers to collect information from sunlight to improve solar energy, landscape architecture, farming, and other industries

08 Jun 16
How to make the most of carbon dioxide
18 May 16
Xie Appointed as a Member of the EPA Science Advisory Board’s Drinking Water Committee

Yuefeng Xie, professor of environmental engineering at Harrisburg campus, has been appointed as a member of the US EPA Science Advisory Board’s Drinking Water Committee by the EPA Secretary Gina Mc

12 May 16
Penn State to lead six-year, $20 million coalition for fossil energy research

Chunshan Song, Energy University, Department of Chemical Engineering, EMS Energy Institute, fuel science, fossil fuels, clean energy
06 May 16
World's livestock industry offers huge potential for greenhouse gas reduction

The massive global livestock industry holds the key to mitigating greenhouse gases from the agriculture, forestry and land-use sector, but actual reductions in the foreseeable future likely will be

05 May 16
Probing Questions: How can coastal cities prepare for increasing storm surge?


05 May 16
Research images wanted for Research/Penn State magazine photo contest
The staff of Research/Penn State magazine is looking for research images to run as part of the publication’s “At Large” feature.
14 Apr 16
Fulbright Scholar explores alternative bioenergy resources for French Guiana


14 Apr 16
Sigma Xi leaders share thoughts on women in STEM

March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the contributions women have made to society.

STEM, oceanography
29 Mar 16
In search of compromise among climate risk management strategies


28 Mar 16
Research explores safer fuel for nuclear reactors

Nuclear power is an important energy source in the U.S. and around the world and its use is seen by proponents as essential to reducing carbon emissions from fossil fuels.

24 Mar 16
GOES-R satellite could provide better data for hurricane prediction


19 Mar 16
Coalition emerges to support farmers in effort to clean up the Chesapeake Bay

As Pennsylvania renews efforts to clean the state's waterways and the Chesapeake Bay, Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences is helping to craft a strateg

Agriculture and Environment Center, Chesapeake Bay, sustainability, water quality
15 Mar 16
Research will explore use of cloud computing for river restorations

As cloud computing has an ever-increasing impact on our daily lives, researchers have started to look for ways to integrate this new platform into their current practices.

Amazon Web Services, civil engineering, cloud computing, computational modeling, river restoration, Xiaofeng Liu
14 Mar 16
Eastern U.S. forests more vulnerable to drought than before 1800s

14 Mar 16
Science can now link climate change with some extreme weather events

14 Mar 16
Experimental biomass harvest a step toward sustainable, biofuels-powered future

05 Mar 16
NSF funds national user facility for $17.8 million to develop 2-D crystals

25 Feb 16
Alumnus, researcher help develop new Climate Prediction Center forecasting tool