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“Of course, that would make our sunsets very red, would bleach the sky, would make more acid rain,” he says.

(David Wallace-Wells, ‘The Uninhabitable Earth’, New York Magazine, 9 July 2017)

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LISST-en up! Never use a kayak to do a motorboat's job

Now a few weeks ago, two professors from Lamont, Dallas Abbott and William (Bill) Menke, took me out on kayaks, so I could deploy my particle size analyzer (the Laser In-Situ Scattering and Transmissometry Particle Size Analyzer… 1,310 more words

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Putting on the LISST! Measuring Particles in Water Samples

Now that classes have finished and life is at a bit more regular pace, I thought I’d share a bit about some upcoming plans for my summer research in the Hudson River. 1,217 more words

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From the Field: Deploying a new pH and O2 Sensor!

Recently, I traveled to Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg, Florida for a short research trip with Professor Wade McGillis’s field course “Field Methods in Environmental Engineering.” What began as a trip to test a sensor became so much more! 1,148 more words

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