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Odds are overwhelming that record heat due to climate change
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Record-setting temperatures over the past century and a half are extremely unlikely to have occurred without human-caused climate change, but the odds of that happening are not quite as low as previously reported, according to an international team of meteorologists
Storms, ozone may play pivotal role in rainforest cloud creation
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Some storms transport ozone molecules to the canopy of the rainforest, influencing chemical processes that ultimately affect cloud formation, according to an international research team led by Penn State.
Scientists: Ocean warming has doubled in recent decades
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Ocean temperatures increased as much in the last two decades as they had in more than a century before, according to a new study
Michael Mann elected 2015 AAAS Fellow
The American Association for the Advancement of Science has elected 347 Fellows for 2015.
Schreyer Scholar investigates climate science, oceanography through NOAA program
Penn State student Ryan Creedon has found numerous ways to get closer to his dream of becoming a professor.
When Nature Strikes: Hurricanes
NBC Learn, in partnership with the NSF and The Weather Channel, explores the science of natural disasters
Meteorologists, Jon Nese and Marisa Ferger, storm Emmys
A pair of meteorologists, Jon Nese and Marisa Ferger, from Penn State’s Department of Meteorology, recently garnered an Emmy award
WeatherSTEM provides Beaver Stadium football game day weather conditions
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State football fans looking for game day weather conditions and forecasts now have free access to real-time weather data.
Penn State researchers assess the impacts of changing weather on Pennsylvania
Penn State researchers assessed the effects of changing climate conditions.
Climate Change Threatens Security at Home and Abroad
Climate change will become one of the principal threats to our national security
NEPA climate to mirror Philly in 50 years
By mid-century, the climate of Scranton and Wilkes-Barre will be more like Philadelphia’s if the world stays on its current course of greenhouse gas emissions, scientists estimate.
Fall 2016 Hertz Graduate Fellowships
The Hertz Foundation invites applications for Fall 2016 Graduate Fellowships in Applied Physical, Biological, or Engineering Sciences. Application deadline: October 30, 2015.
Meteorology graduate student, Jesus Ruiz-Plancarte, among National Science Foundation 2015-16 graduate research fellows
Penn State is hosting 19 new National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) recipients for the 2015-16 academic year.
Students Explore the Skies at ARM Summer Training
Three PSU graduate students (Yaosheng Chen, Zhiyuan Jiang, and Robert Schrom) were participants, and Matt Kumjian, Assistant Professor of Meteorology was an instructor.
How Grad Student Chen Navigates the Whirlpool of Oil Transport
Bicheng Chen is dedicated to seeking the physical explanations behind everyday phenomena.
Richard Somerville and Anne Thompson garner top AGU honors
Congratulations Anne Thompson and Richard Somerville!
Airborne lab seeks fracking leaks
MONTOURSVILLE, Pa. - The inside of the Twin Otter airplane was turned into a flying laboratory, crammed with racks of computer equipment and an array of suitcase-sized plastic containers
Amber Emory: A Series of Storms
PSU Meteorology alumna (B.S. 2004)
Student-produced programs shine in statewide AP competition
Three television news programs produced by Penn State students earned first-place and another show finished second in a statewide competition
Penn State meteorology students win fourth straight national forecasting contest
For the fourth straight year, a team of Penn State meteorology students took the top honors at WxChallenge

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