Huckabay Teaching Fellowship opportunity
PCC Student Publications
PCC Students featured in Town Hall Seattle Science Now seminar series
Website update: New Message to Students from the PCC Director
UW Today: James Morison (APL) and Nature co-authors report on "Changing Arctic Ocean freshwater pathways"
UW Today: "Tropical sea temperatures influence melting in Antarctica"
Science Communication Short Course at the Pacific Science Center
Art and Ice : A KUOW conversation (Tue, Nov. 8 2011) with Steig on the McKee paintings as part of an exhibit about climate change and polar environments at the Convention Center in Seattle
Bretherton, Wallace and Snover receive awards from the American Meteorological Society
PCC 586 Climate Seminar - Fall 2011
Battisti, Bitz Research Exposes Uncertain Link Between Greenhouse Gases and Abrupt Climate Change
Riser, Eriksen Take Experiments Into Space
Registration for 2011 Summer Institute Now Open
Thompson correspondence to Nature Geoscience (April 2011) on the gender gap for physical oceanographers in tenure-track positions.
2011 AGU Fellows include UW's Tom Ackerman (JISAO/Atmos), Jeff Richey (Ocean) and Chuck Nittrouer (Ocean)
UW Today Article: Speaker questions promise of cheap, abundant natural gas from shale (Berman public lecture May 16, 2011)
"West Antarctic warming triggered by warmer sea surface in tropical Pacific" --Stricherz (UW) news release on Ding et al publication in Nature Geoscience April 2011
Enhanced Propagation of Atmospheric Waves Over the Last 30 Years: the Teleconnection Between Increased Tropical Sea Surface Temperatures and West Antarctic Warming.
Twenty-six authors (including Eric Steig, ESS) publish "The Copenhagen Diagnosis:Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science "
2011 ESS Research Gala on March 30
Kyle Armour and Gerard Roe publish in Geophysical Research Letters
Kent School District and UW launch partnership program for three-year degree completion
Shevenell (past PCC postdoc), Ingalls (UW Ocean), Domack (Hamilton College) and Kelly (former UW undergraduate) use sediments to produce the first sea surface temperature record at the sea edge of the Antarctic continent over the past 12,000 years
Antarctic sea temperatures cooled in Holocene but now rising: study