Hurricanes, climate change get a closer look at FSU’s Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies
The Earth’s climate is determined by the extremely complex interplay of land masses, waters and the atmosphere. Everything matters: water temperature, clouds, mountains, swamps, waves, wind and so much more.
Learning the difference between a superconductor and a supernova: FSU physics faculty welcome community to classroom
Florida State University physics professors are welcoming the community into the classroom this fall to learn about magnets, waves and exploding stars through the annual Saturday Morning Physics program.
Matthew J. Smith, a professor of Caribbean history and chair of the Department of History and Archaeology at the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica, will present his documentary “The Past Is Not Our Future” and answer questions from the audience at a screening sponsored by the Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studiesat Florida State University.
Earth’s peatland soils store a lot of carbon — about as much as currently flows freely through the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. As global temperatures rise, scientists worry that the planet’s grip on these carbon reservoirs could weaken, unleashing a “carbon bomb” that could further destabilize Earth’s climate systems.
The Chateaubriand Fellowship is a prestigious program offered by the Embassy of France in the United States in order to foster academic exchange between scholars from France and the United States.
A new study from Florida State University researchers indicates that common satellite imaging technologies have vastly underestimated the number of fires in Florida.