New research reveals scary projections for rapid sea-level rise.
Chris Mooney1. Over at Grist, @EricHolthaus has mega-piece on Antarctica’s Thwaites and Pine Island glaciers. My take: He’s right these are very worrying glaciers (esp. Thwaites), but I’m not sure about some of the dire sea level rise scenarios in the article.
Eric HolthausSometimes, sea level rise happens all at once.
In Antartica, scientists are uncovering a process that will be enough to remake the world's coastlines in decades.
This is the most important article I've ever written. Please read & share
Eric HolthausI'll be honest. Writing this article felt like screaming.
I have two small kids. I'm more unsure of their future than ever. I'm not really sure what else to say, or do.
On behalf of all living things on Earth, please, let's wake up and act.
The Department of Geosciences at the University of Arizona seeks a creative scientist with research interests in one or more of the following fields: paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, paleoecology, or paleobiology. In particular, we welcome...
The University of Arizona seeks a highly creative scientist with interests in modern marine processes and applications to the geological record. The candidate is expected to serve in a leadership role supervising research activities at the Biosphere...
Kevin AnchukaitisTwo new open rank tenure-track positions here at the University of Arizona! The first is in Marine Geosciences (including paleoclimatology, biogeochemistry, paleobiology, coral reef research, marine sedimentary systems) uacareers.com/postings/23446 (please RT widely!)