Dr. Marshall Shepherd, a professor at the University of Georgia, conducted a study on the 'Brown Ocean Effect'. Essentially a phenomena where conditions over land (including soil moisture, evaporation rates and minimal temperature variations) mimic the ocean and the storm is none the wiser.
By Katie Tiller, May 23, 2018
A North Oconee High School alumnus has helped the University of Georgia turn its eye toward the final frontier: space.
A multi-disciplinary team of experts from across Georgia has developed the "Georgia Climate Research Roadmap," a first-of-its-kind list of 40 key research questions that can help policymakers and practitioners better understand and address climate change in Georgia.
Marshall Shepherd, Contributor, May 22, 2018
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By Marshall Shepherd, Contributor, May 14, 2018
Aidan Hysjulien will defend his dissertation proposal defense on Monday, May 14th at 10:00 AM in room 147:
Title: (Im)possibilities of Critical Utopian Praxis: A Study of Worker-Owned Cooperatives in Cleveland, Ohio
Major Professor: Hilda Kurtz
I am often amazed at the Earth. It is such an amazing planet. All aspects of weather fascinate me, and my sheer awe of it defined my career pathway early on. When I see something extraordinary, it captures my attention even more.
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