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March 4, 2016 | News

Article by Marshall Shephard and John Knox in the Washington Post

You heard about the diversity furor at the Academy Awards. Here's one you didn't hear about -- but should have

November 30, 2015 | News

News from the SEDAAG Conference 2015

At the SEDAAG banquet, Pete Akers received the best paper award for a doctoral student for his presentation: Severe Dry Events and Precipitation Seasonality Changes in the American Midwest During the Holocene: Evidence From Multiple Proxies in a Southern Indiana Stalagmite Calibrated with Modern Precipitation Isotopes.

Deepak Mishra received the Research Honors Award.

Kavita Pandit received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

October 15, 2015 | News

Climatology Research Lab looks into the future of storms

Researchers from the department of geography recently published an unequivocal new study.
Submitted by A. Flurry on 02/12/2015

Image: This graph plots the number of hazardous weather events from 1980-1990 in black and the projected number of hazardous weather events in the years 2080-2090 in red.

October 15, 2015 | News

Research suggests severe weather will continue, be more variable

More tornadoes will be commonplace by 2080 as a result of a changing climate, according to a new study from UGA geography researchers.
By Jessica Luton | March 2, 2015

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