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How did Past Environmental Changes Affect Human Development?

  A recent paper published by a host of top research scientists, including EOAS scientist Dr. Craig Feibel, aims to shed new light onto how human evolution may have been impacted by Earth’s Environmental history. While previous attempts to understand this better using methods such as ...
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New Paper Finds Sea Level Rise Fastest in at Least 2800 Years

A new paper was published this week by EOAS scientists Dr. Bob Kopp and Dr. Ben Horton, along with some of their colleagues, which found that the current rate of sea level rise in the Earth’s Oceans is faster now than at any point in the past 2800 years. This unprecedented sea level rise ...
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Dr. James Hansen Visits Rutgers University

Dr. James Hansen Visits Rutgers University

Distinguished climate researcher Dr. James Hansen recently spoke to a crowded room on the Cook Campus of Rutgers University to convey his views on the best ways to combat the growing cardon dioxide concentration and emissions into the Earth’s Atmosphere, and its effects on Earth’s ...
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Upcoming Seminars & Special Events

December 2021
Wed, Dec 1st
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Virtual Geologic Cores Late Night

Speaker(s):

  • Lauren Adamo -- Rutgers University
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Slow, Energy-Efficient, and Mysterious Life Deep Within Earth’s Crust

Speaker(s):

  • Karen Lloyd -- University of Tennessee
Fri, Dec 3rd
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Recovery, Environmental Quality, and Reuse of Phosphate Minerals Mined from Wastewater

Speaker(s):

  • Ashaki Rouff -- Rutgers University
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Competing Claims and Entangled Extraction: Local-Level Politics of Gold Mining in Indonesia

Speaker(s):

  • Matthew Libassi -- Rutgers University
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