This grant will allow UMass to provide key STEM-related experiences to students to counter racial disparities.
Brigham-Grette and her co-author highlight the importance of the cryosphere (Earth’s ice sheets, sea ice, permafrost, polar oceans, glaciers, and snow).
UMass Hydrogeologists Develop Innovative way to Predict Saltwater Intrusion into Groundwater Using Plymouth, Mass. as Test Case
As coastal lands become more vulnerable to climate change and subsequent saltwater intrusion, UMass is working to generate predictive models.
UMass Amherst Researchers Receive $1.19 Million to Explore Solutions for Managing Cranberry Fruit Rot
UMass researchers received $1.19 million to explore sustainable solutions to address fruit rot & reduce the threat to the cranberry production in Massachusetts
UMass Amherst is the first to characterize the hydrologic processes of the ecosystems powering the green revolution
Kenneth Carter and Robert DeConto have been selected to receive the lifetime honorific
The extension associate professor in the Department of Earth, Geographic and Climate Sciences will oversee the academic programs of iCons
New research shows the key may lie in a Massachusetts salt marsh
Prestigious award recognizes pioneering research in polar climate change
To save nature, focus on populations, not species
Earth, Geographic, and Climate Sciences Professor Appointed a Member of the State's Water Resources Commission
Christine Hatch will represent Western Massachusetts’ unique water needs and challenges in state agency