From the inaccessible depths of the terrestrial interior to the vast reaches of our galaxy, our planet and the natural systems surrounding it provide important clues to the course of our future. At MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS), we examine the history and interactions of these systems in order to predict future events and states with greater accuracy.
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Domeisen is a 4th year grad. student. Her research seeks to understand "sudden stratospheric warming" in which the wintertime stratospheric temperature over the poles is observed to suddenly rise by several tens of degrees in a matter of...
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Holly Dail is a 5th year graduate student doing paleoclimate research with Carl Wunsch and Patrick Heimbach in PAOC. As a member of the MIT-WHOI Joint Program, she also collaborates with scientists at WHOI. In a recent interview she exp...
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Dan Cziczo is an atmospheric scientist interested in the interrelationship of particulate matter and cloud formation. His research utilizes laboratory and field studies to elucidate how small particles interact with water vapor to form d...
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Dr. Fabien Roquet is a postdoc working with Prof. Carl Wunsch. His research seeks to understand the energetics of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.