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  • Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory |
    December 18 2 00 pm Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy MPA ESP Online Information Session December 19 4 00 pm A public lecture by Eric Strobl The impact of Typhoons on Chinese Local Economic Activity a View from Outer Space December 19 6 00 pm M S in Sustainability Management and Sustainability Certificate Open House December 20 11 00 am IRI Climate and Society Briefing and Climate Forecast more Trouble Bares its Claws off Antarctica Nature December 12 Climate Change Fears Meet Development WNYC December 12 High School Students Tackle Problems Of Land Use New City Patch December 11 Hand Held Device Locates Lead Pollution Hot Spots New York Times December 10 Slip Sliding Away Science December 07 Apply Now for a Postdoc Fellowship In the Earth Sciences NYC Students Learn Field Research Skills with Lamont Scientists Rockland Water Conservation CU students blog from Cascadia Subduction Zone off Pacific Northwest Our spring 2012 newsletter has arrived Download it here Top Planetary Scientist to Lead Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Changing Ocean Chemistry the Poem Seismologists Quakes Likely Triggered by Fracking Waste Wells Scientists Reflect on Loss of Campus Tree Former Lamonter Bernard Coakley writes for the Times

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  • About LDEO | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    on every continent and in every ocean providing a rational basis for the difficult choices facing humanity read more Mission Statement Lamont History Campus Images About Lamont Videos Biennial Reports Climate Science Milestones Map Directions Directory Lamont Shuttle Lamont Events Director s Office Academic Affairs Diversity Committees Organization Advisory Board Alumni Board Research News Media Contacts Lamont Facebook Page Follow us LamontEarth Videos Research Blogs eNewsletter About LDEO Two Alumni

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  • Support Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    the planet to the causes and impacts of climate change to natural disaster mitigation researchers at Lamont Doherty help answer some of the fundamental questions of our time Our commitment to expanding knowledge about the earth also extends to educating the next generation of scientists Researchers and faculty at the Observatory mentor some of the most talented graduate students from around the world and participate in outreach projects with local elementary and high schools At the Forefront of Discovery The Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory was the first to Provide definitive evidence to support the theory of plate tectonics and continental drift Explain the role of large scale ocean circulation systems in abrupt climate change Systematically study and create a global topographic map of the oceans Predict extreme weather associated with an El Niño event Detect and monitor nuclear explosions using seismometers as part of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Why Your Gift Matters Private support is critical to Lamont Doherty s long term success It allows us to attract and retain the brightest minds to invest in state of the art facilities and to provide seed money for visionary research projects With partners like you we can advance the

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  • Campus Services | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    out of date as we work through the transition Please talk to your DA LDEO administration managers or Edie Miller if you have any questions Thank you for your support and patience as we work to provide you better systems and improved data Administration Facilities Management of Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory takes pride in its mission to serve the operating needs of the Observatory s world class researchers Located across the Hudson River north of the main campus in Morningside Heights the Observatory requires a seperate but coordinated administrative facility staff to maintain effective and efficient operations Though formally an extension of Columbia University s central operations the Observatory s administration facility management are able to offer direct on site services to the research community on the Lamont campus ADMINISTRATION FINANCE The Observatory s administration is organized around a set of core functions including Grants Contracts Finance Accounting Human Resources and Procurement One of the primary responsibilities of administration is to maintain the financial and mandatory requirements of any grant or contract without being overly burdensome or interfering with the institution s primary research activities Our skilled and devoted support staff make this possible and continue to contribute to the Observatory s success in myriad ways Within the various research divisions division administrators provide the vital link between scientific activities and core administrative services necessary to support those operations By familiarizing themselves with the creative research environments unique to each division these administrators are able to offer the appropriate support FACILITIES MANAGEMENT The Observatory s facilities management is organized around a set of core functions including Buildings Grounds Safety Security Telephone Operations Property and Traffic Facilities Management is also responsible for the Shuttle Bus Cafe Child Care Cleaning Operations and Housing For questions related to specific areas of administration and

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  • Life at Lamont | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    Lamont Cafeteria Next event TBS Previous Shows Display Your Art Work Parking Commuting Resources Policy for parking for the lamont campus can be found at Parking Policy website maintained by the Administrative group Other helpful car free resources can be found at Car free tips Earth Day Events Each year the Campus Life Committee organizes several events to celebrate the Anniversary of Earth Day Click Here Lamont s Facebook Page Join current students staff alumni and friends of Lamont Doherty http www facebook com Lamont Doherty Lamont s LinkedIn Group This alumni group is for past current students employees and graduates of the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Join Recycling resources Lamont Campus Recycling info Yoga Classes Andrew Goodwillie currently teaches on Tuesday lunchtimes at Lamont Hall Pickup Soccer The long standing lamont soccer club meets three times a week on Mon Wed and Fri from 12 noon 1pm Sign up to play L DEO Bike Central This site is intended as a centralized location for the exchange of information among Lamonters concerning bicycling Join Tai Chi Rich Iannuzzi currently offers a tai chi chuan class on campus Contact him for more info Chili Cookoff Wednesday October 27th 2010 in Lamont

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  • Research | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    studying how changes in climate may have influenced early human evolution in Africa PLAY Featured Video Landscapes Beneath Our Feet Mountains the size of the Himalayas once dominated the horizon west of the Hudson River A massive lake rimmed with volcanoes and steaming vents once stretched from Lancaster PA to New Haven CT PLAY Featured Video What Do Dead Plants Tell Us About Earthquakes Why do earthquakes occur Key to understanding this is knowing the strength of faults Strong faults can sustain large stresses weak ones fail under much lower stresses PLAY Earth Science Colloquium Series Public Lecture Series Lamont Events About Lamont Lamont in the Media Project search keywords title people biogeochemistry Carbon sequestration Chemical Oceanography Climate Climate Change Climate Dynamics CO2 Earthquakes Geodynamics geomorphology Glaciers Global warming Ice sheets Marine Geophysics mid ocean ridges Natural hazards New York paleoclimatology Plate Tectonics Polar polar oceanography Sedimentology Seismology tree ring research tree rings More Topics Tropical Meteorology Environmental Geochemistry Terrestrial Ecosystems Biogeochemistry Glacial Ice Sheets Polar Oceanography Chemical Oceanography Paleoclimatology Airborne Geophysics Polar Exploration Sedimentology Geomorphology Rivers Estuaries Carbon Sequestration Paleo Environment Glacial Climate Dynamics Ice Sheets Paleoclimatology Sedimentology Biological Oceanography Research Vessels Chemical Oceanography Polar Oceanography Airborne Geophysics Earthquake

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  • Databases & Repositories | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    is a community based NSF funded facility that provides data services for the Ocean Earth and Polar Sciences to s Website Integrated Earth Data Applications Read more IRI LDEO Climate Data Library PI s Martin B Blumenthal The IRI LDEO Climate Data Library contains over 300 datasets from a variety of earth science disciplines and climate related topics Website IRI LDEO Climate Data Library Read more Lamont contributions to the Digital Library for Earth System Education DLESE PI s Kim A Kastens DLESE the Digital Library for Earth System Education is a national effort to develop identify evaluate and disseminate excellent resources for teaching and lea Website Lamont contributions to the Digital Library for Earth System Education DLESE Read more Lamont Cooperative Seismographic Network LCSN PI s Won Young Kim Lamont Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network LCSN monitors earthquakes which occur primarily in the Eastern United States Website Lamont Cooperative Seismographic Network LCSN Read more Lamont Doherty Core Repository PI s Maureen Raymo The Lamont Doherty Core Repository is both an archive of sediment some terrestrial rocks and coral from beneath the ocean floor and an archive of the digital data pertaining to the material They are used for research in climate environment many other studies and for education Please click below to be taken directly to the Repository site Website Lamont Doherty Core Repository Read more LDEO ENSO Forecasts PI s Dake Chen Monthly forecasts of tropical Pacific SST and wind anomalies Website LDEO ENSO Forecasts Read more MGDS MARGINS Data Portal PI s William B Ryan PI s Suzanne M Carbotte Continental margins are the Earth s principal loci for producing hydrocarbon and metal resources for earthquake landslide volcanic and climatic hazards and for the greatest population density Website MARGINS Data Portal Read more MGDS Marine Geoscience Data System PI s Suzanne M Carbotte PI s William B Ryan Unified data portal for the NSF Ridge 2000 program MARGINS program Marine Seismic Reflection data Antarctic Multibeam Bathymetry Synthesis and RIDGE Multibeam Bathymetry Synthesis includes Geo Website Marine Geoscience Data System MGDS Read more MGDS MediaBank PI s Vicki Ferrini PI s Suzanne M Carbotte The MGDS MediaBank contains high quality images illustrations animations and video clips that are organized into galleries Website MGDS MediaBank Read more MGDS Ridge 2000 Data Portal PI s Dale N Chayes PI s Suzanne M Carbotte PI s William B Ryan Access cruise information and data collected during Ridge2000 funded projects Website Ridge 2000 Data Portal Read more MGDS Search For Data PI s Suzanne M Carbotte Find map and download marine geoscience and other data by ship region program investigator data and more Website MGDS Search For Data Read more MGDS Virtual Ocean A Visualization Application for Ocean Data PI s William B Ryan PI s Suzanne M Carbotte Virtual Ocean integrates the GeoMapApp tool suite and the NASA World Wind 3 D Website Virtual Ocean Read more NCEER Lamont Strongmo PI s Klaus H Jacob NOT AN ACTIVE PROJECT AT THIS TIME

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  • Education | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
    She will receive an unrestricted grant of 875 000 over five years to pursue her promising research in fluid dynamics of Earth s weather and climate Prof Plank Wins MacArthur Genius Grant Professor Terry Plank a geochemist at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory who studies the workings of the deep earth and their influence on some of the world s most explosive volcanoes has been awarded a 500 000 MacArthur Fellowship

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