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EAES News

Category: Department Research

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Doctoral Student Joins Ocean Expedition to Investigate Climate Change

Victoria Hojnacki is one of 52 scientists selected for International Ocean Discovery Program expedition

drought map and it's impact on wildfires in those areas

Tracking forest biomass and disturbance with NASA’s MISR

Dr. Mark Chopping, Professor, Earth and Environmental Studies, and colleagues have published NASA-funded research to map aboveground biomass and disturbance in southwestern forests using multi-angle imaging.

Dr. Deng in CELS lab

USDA Awards Professor $750K Grant for Wastewater Research

Yang Deng will lead four-year study on developing sustainable water reuse systems through USDA funding

Dr. Galster conducting field research

Dams disproportionately removed from areas with more non-Hispanic white residents

Dr. Josh Galster spoke with the Geological Society of America regarding dam removal in the US

assistant professor Ying Cui in her lab

New Research Uncovers Cause of Earth’s Largest Mass Extinction

Findings show rapidly rising carbon dioxide levels were behind the end-Permian event

JOIDES Resolution docked

Doctoral student invited as shipboard scientist to investigate climate change

Jesse Kolodin '21 preparing a drone for launch

Environmental Scientist Wins Fellowship at Eagleton Institute of Politics

Research studies connections between beach protection and Jersey Shore economy

Taylor Wieczerak presenting research

PhD Student Takes Second Place in Paper Competition at MSAAG Annual Meeting

Graduate Research Assistant Opportunity

Work on research with Dr. Jorge Lorenzo Trueba

Fence at Down Bottom Farms

The Urban Heat Island Effect

Dr. Greg Pope, Department Chair, has work on the urban heat island effect referenced in piece regarding increasing temperatures in NJ cities

Nicole Provost by solar panels

PhD Student Named 2020 John J. Lagrosa Award Recipient by NJWEA

The award is designed to support and encourage highly capable individuals to continue studies in Environmental Science or Engineering with a strong component in one or more areas of Water Quality Control and Environmental Protection

Graduate alum conducting sediment disposition study on the Savannah River

April Kelly MS Earth & Environmental Science ’17, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geologist, is part of a team conducting this study which should be completed in January 2020.