Marian Mellin, Development Associate at Lamont-Doherty

Staff Spotlight: Marian Mellin, Development Associate at Lamont-Doherty by Judy Jamal |April 6, 2021 The Staff Spotlight series features Earth Institute staff

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A third of Antarctic ice shelves risk collapsing due to climate change

By Adam Vaughan The Larsen C ice shelf on the east of the Antarctic Peninsula NASA ICE Around a third

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Reforestation Is Great! But We’re Running Out of Seeds

Swift says he has a collecting area that hasn’t produced a heavy crop in nine years. “It’s no question in

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Possible ‘embassy’ in ancient Maya city illuminates the birth of an empire | Science

The ancient Maya city of Tikal may have been home to foreigners from central Mexico long before archaeologists expected. traumlichtfabrik/Getty

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Scientists Stumped By Creepy Sidewalk ‘Wormnado’

Scientists were scratching their heads after hundreds of writhing worms formed a cyclone shape on a sidewalk in New Jersey.

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First Air Quality Profile of Two Sub-Saharan African Cities Finds Troubling News

First Air Quality Profile of Two Sub-Saharan African Cities Finds Troubling News Pollution Up to 5 Times Over International Guidelines

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Basic income trial is testing how money affects child development

By Catherine de Lange A study is looking at the effects of income on child development Cavan Images/Getty Images Growing

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More Lightning in the Arctic Is Bad News for the Planet

The Arctic isn’t doing so hot. That’s because it is, in fact, too hot. It’s warming at least twice as

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Biden’s first budget request goes big on science | Science

President Joe Biden has outlined his 2022 budget priorities for science. AP Photo/Evan Vucci By Jeffrey MervisApr. 9, 2021 ,

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Dr. Drew Denounces Vaccine Passports And Gets Dragged By Twitter Users

Dr. Drew Pinsky’s take on vaccine passports earned him a failing grade from Twitter users on Monday. It happened after

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