Bergmann comes to EAPS after recently completing a Harvard Society of Fellows postdoctoral fellowship.
In addition to seeing both Sam Bowring and Sara Seager elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the past year saw many prestigious distinctions earned by members of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences faculty.
Kerry Emanuel focuses the study of cyclones away from policy and back on expanding fundamental scientific understanding.
Professors Sam Bowring and Dan Rothman’s recent work each shed new light on “The Great Dying:” the 252 million year old mystery of the end-Permian extinction.
A recent multi-institution study, co-authored by John Marshall, Alan Plumb, and Susan Solomon, reveals complicated connections between ozone, oceans, and warming polar regions.
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