Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences

Geomorphologist Taylor Perron is the Cecil and Ida Green Assistant Professor of Geology. Taylor loves figuring out how landscapes tick. His group is particularly interested in how patterns emerge in landscapes ranging from river networks to ripples in sand at the shoreline. They study how climate – and especially rainfall and sunlight – influence landscape, and even the landscapes that occur on other planets and moons and how they differ from what is seen on Earth. MORE

In the News:

4th Annual John Carlson Lecture: Peter Molnar Takes Down a Popular Scientific Theory - Big Cats, Panamá, and Armadillos: A Story of Climate and Life" at the Lorenz Center's October 16 gala lecture at the New England Aquarium Read More

Coral-Current Connections: MIT-WHOI Joint Program student Alice Alpert combines her fascination with paleoceanography with her desire to investigate recent and current climate change through study of coral colonies in the equatorial Pacific. Read More

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EAPS Family Weekend Reception
Friday | Oct 24 | 3:30 - 4:30 pm | 54-923
Students and visiting family/friends invited 

2014 Houghton Lecture Series, Gabriel Vecchi, GFL | Oct 15/22/29 | 10:00 am | 54-915 more

Planets & Life: Stewardship of Earth’s Natural Systems: the Next Front in Protecting Global Health, Samuel Myers (Harvard) Oct 27 | 4:30 - 6:00 | 2-105 MORE

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