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Geophysicists examining glacier changes in the Russian Arctic have found that the rate of ice mass loss has nearly doubled over the last decade when compared to records from the previous 60 years, according to Cornell-led research published April 24 in Remote Sensing of Environment.

CIRES Fellow Mike Willis helps Cornell doctoral student process critical satellite data
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Public Lens On Climate Change Screening in Arecibo, Puerto Rico

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Lens On Climate Change Workshop in Arecibo, Puerto Rico

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Public Lens On Climate Change Screening in Gunnison, CO

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Lens On Climate Change Workshop in Gunnison, CO

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Public Lens On Climate Change Screening at CU Boulder

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Lens On Climate Change Workshop at CU Boulder

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Public Lens On Climate Change Screening in Carbondale, CO

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Lens On Climate Change Workshop in Carbondale, CO

The Lens on Climate Change project engages Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their communities. Students are mentored by CIRES grad student mentors and Colorado Film School video mentors throughout the production of their films.

More information on LOCC here.

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Sam Califf

Sam works on the GOES-R series magnetometers, which measure the Earth’s magnetic field at geostationary orbit.  The magnetometer is part of a suite of instruments designed to monitor space weather in order to alert customers of potential impacts ranging from power grid disruptions to hazardous energetic particle events in space.  Sam’s research interests include energetic particle dynamics in the Earth’s magnetosphere, electric and magnetic field measurements, spacecraft instrumentation, and instrument calibration.