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Robert Kopp

Humanity’s role on our small planet is rapidly changing. The scientific and industrial revolutions of the past centuries have brought about the wealthiest and most peaceful time in the history of our species. But, as a byproduct of this great transformation, there is almost nowhere on Earth’s surface today — whether on land, in the oceans or in the air — that is untouched by our global civilization.


A message of reflection from former EOAS Director Mark Miller. 


Record tells us we don’t know much about predicting earthquakes that cause tsunamis.


Severe costs ahead especially in South and lower Midwest, pioneering analysis projects.


Researchers show how corals create rock-hard skeletons


AGU: James B. Macelwane Medal

 


The milestone was celebrated with a symposium featuring multiple program alumni. 


Rutgers and other scientists propose a new paradigm that paints a more inclusive picture of the evolution of organisms and ecosystems.


Upcoming Events

  1. EOAS Strategic Plan Town Hall: Earth System Risks

    September 6 at 1:30 pm3:30 pm
  2. EOAS Strategic Plan Town Hall: Planetary Habitability

    September 18 at 10:00 am1:00 pm
  3. Climate Change Policy in New Jersey Conference

    September 27 at 8:30 am4:00 pm
  4. EOAS Strategic Plan Town Hall: Earth Observations and Forecasting

    September 28 at 10:00 am1:00 pm
  5. EOAS Strategic Plan Town Hall: Polar Change

    October 3 at 10:00 am1:00 pm