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Featured Faculty: Andrew Kruczkiewicz

by |October 31st, 2016

Students should take away the basics of climate change and understand how climate impacts decision-making in their sector of interest. Enhancing their knowledge of the physical science is a must as well as understanding the importance of social science in the context of climate risk management.

Graph 1: Ghana Land Use

This is Why GIS Spatial Analysis is Special

by |October 13th, 2016

Have you ever used GIS to analyze data? GIS — short for Geographic Information System — is a mapping tool that be used to turn datasets into useful information.

The Keeling Curve: a very important depiction of...you guessed it...carbon dioxide data. Credit: Scripps Institute of Oceanography

An Unexpected Friendship with Numbers, and Why They Aren’t So Boring After All

by |August 3rd, 2016

Data is such an elemental component of any science, and atmospheric and climate science are certainly not exceptions. Data allows us to test hypotheses, to document the world around us, and quantify observations. Data is what allows us to say the planet is unequivocally warming, or that it rained 1 inch in Central Park last night or that yes, a certain percentage of U.S. voters actually do support Donald Trump.

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