By Chelsea Zhao, Dilpreet Raju and Ilana Wolchinsky Medill Reports As the Earth warms, researchers at the Ice and Climate Exploration Research Center (PSICE) at
By Dilpreet Raju Medill Reports Some of the interweaving drivers of Earth’s climate change remain a mystery, but many of the world’s leading paleoclimatologists work
By Ilana Wolchinsky Medill Reports Climatologist Laura Endres began her Ph.D. a year ago at ETH Zürich in the paleoclimate field, drawing on her background
By Gabrielle Rancifer Medill Reports “If we didn’t have evaporation, we wouldn’t have water in the atmosphere,” said Thomas Lowell, a geology professor at the
By Ivy Fan Medill Reports Ekaterina Korsounskaia, born in Moscow moved to the United States more than 30 years ago. She now teaches Russian as
By Grace Finnell-Gudwien Medill Reports Inside caves, lakes and corals, small crystals dot the landscapes and scaffold into majestic pillars up to 4 meters high.
By Kala Hunter Medill Reports As Greenland’s glaciers melt from an abruptly warming climate, scientists are studying how mammoth glaciers are losing their ice. The