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Assistant Professor Christoph Nolte publishes in Ecological Economics

By Matthew Dicintio
February 21st, 2017

Assistant Professor Christoph Nolte has co-authored "Decentralized Land Use Zoning Reduces Large-scale Deforestation in a Major Agricultural Frontier" in Ecological Economics. "Political economic theory and... More

Greening of the Earth and its Drivers

Prof. Myneni and former visiting scholar Zhu author one of top 10 climate change papers of 2016

By Matthew Dicintio
February 7th, 2017

A paper entitled "Greening of the Earth and its Drivers" published in the journal Nature Climate Change in April 2016 has made it into the... More

Wally Fulweiler reflects on the impact of G. E. Hutchinson

By Matthew Dicintio
February 7th, 2017

Associate Professor Robinson "Wally" Fulweiler has been invited to open a special issue of the Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, devoted to the work and impact... More

Air-Toxic Clusters in Stockton, CA

Raoul Liévanos kicks off Seminar Series on Race, Justice, and Environment

By Matthew Dicintio
January 26th, 2017

Raoul Liévanos, associate professor of sociology at the University of Oregon, kicks off Earth & Environment's Seminar Series on Race, Justice, and Environment. Producing Air-Toxic Clusters:... More

Anthony Janetos joins Space Physics Seminar Series

By Matthew Dicintio
January 24th, 2017

Anthony Janetos, director of BU's Pardee Center for the Study of Longer-Range Future, joined the Space Physics Seminar Series. The Risks of Multiple Breadbasket Failure We are... More

Assistant Professor Diane Thompson and advisee Jessica Ng publish in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta

By Matthew Dicintio
January 17th, 2017

Led by undergraduate Jessica Ng, Assistant Professor Diane Thompson and colleagues have published "Assessing multi-site δ18O-climate calibrations of the coralline alga Clathromorphum across the high-latitude... More

Assistant Professor Christoph Nolte publishes in Global Environmental Change

By Matthew Dicintio
January 17th, 2017

Earth & Environment's newest faculty member, Christoph Nolte, has co-authored "Conditions influencing the adoption of effective anti-deforestation policies in South America’s commodity frontiers" in Global... More

Congratulations to former EE postdoc Christine Rollinson on new research position

By Matthew Dicintio
January 17th, 2017

Christine Rollinson, a former postdoctoral associate with Associate Professor Michael Dietze, has joined the Morton Arboretum's Center for Tree Science as their Forest Ecologist.

Associate Professor Michael Dietze and former EE postdoc Chritine Rollinson co-author article in Global Change Biology

By Matthew Dicintio
January 17th, 2017

Associate Professor Michael Dietze and former Earth & Environment Postdoctoral Associate Christine Rollinson have co-authored "Emergent climate and CO2 sensitivities of net primary productivity in... More

Associate Professor Michael Dietze co-authors article in GCB Bioenergy

By Matthew Dicintio
January 9th, 2017

Associate Professor Michael Dietze has co-authored "BETYdb: a yield, trait, and ecosystem service database applied to second-generation bioenergy feedstock production" in the journal GCB Bioenergy. More

Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi delivers Brunings Lecture at Utrecht University

By Matthew Dicintio
January 9th, 2017

Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi delivers the Christiaan Brunings Lecture at Utrecht University in The Netherlands on January 10. The symposium brings together scientists, practitioners, and... More

Landsat Science Team

Landsat Science Team meets at BU

By Matthew Dicintio
January 5th, 2017

The Landsat Science Team will meet at Boston University from January 10-12. The meeting is hosted by Professors Woodcock, Friedl, and Olofsson and will focus on... More

Remote sensing-based research from Earth & Environment faculty is making an impact

By Matthew Dicintio
January 4th, 2017

Of the most cited articles published in Remote Sensing of Environment since 2012, Earth & Environment professor Curtis Woodcock is a co-author of six articles, More

Earth & Environment faculty and students publish in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

By Matthew Dicintio
December 20th, 2016

Professors Sucharita Gopal and Robert Kaufmann have published their latest research, which shows local cooling and warming in the United States and captures two aspects... More

Associate Professor Michael Dietze’s new book now available for pre-order

By Matthew Dicintio
December 12th, 2016

Ecological Forecasting, the new book by Associate Professor Michael Dietze, is now available for pre-order. Ecologists are being asked to respond to unprecedented environmental challenges. How... More

A Note from Dean Cudd: Tackling the Global Challenge of Climate Change

By Matthew Dicintio
December 6th, 2016

"There is no doubt among the world’s scientists (including BU’s) that anthropogenic climate change is underway," Ann E. Cudd, Dean of the College of Arts... More

Earth & Environment alum joins all-female expedition to Antarctica

By Matthew Dicintio
December 5th, 2016

Ida Kubiszewski, who received her MA in Energy and Environmental Analysis from BU, is part of the largest all-female expedition to set sail for Antarctica. More

Associate Professor Michael Dietze publishes in New Phytologist

By Matthew Dicintio
November 30th, 2016

Associate Professor Michael Dietze has co-authored "A roadmap for improving the representation of photosynthesis in Earth system models" in the journal New Phytologist. Dr. Dietze... More

Arnold Arboretum

Professor Lawford Anderson lectures and tours Arnold Arboretum

By Matthew Dicintio
November 30th, 2016

Professor James Lawford Anderson will deliver a lecture at Arnold Arboretum, Wednesday, November 30, 7:00 pm, entitled “Six Ice Ages in One Billion Years, Climate... More

Dr. Lucy Hutyra and Andrew Trlica join urban earth science discussion

By Matthew Dicintio
November 28th, 2016

Associate Professor Lucy Hutyra and PhD candidate Andrew Trlica will join other members of the sciences faculty to discuss "Urban Earth Science: Understanding the Potential... More