August 21st, 2019More frequent and larger wildfires are releasing old carbon stored in soils that in the past was able to escape burning, according to a new study involving incoming INSTAAR director Merritt Turetsky.
August 2nd, 2019Ecologist and carbon cycle scientist Merritt Turetsky has been named the director of INSTAAR and will step into her new role in January. Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation Terri Fiez appointed Turetsky following the recommendation of the INSTAAR Directorate.
April 25th, 2019In 2013, China launched a $4 trillion-dollar initiative to finance infrastructure projects in dozens of countries. Loans are designed to put countries on a fast track to development or to aid in further development--and to gain China superpower status. But secrecy around such loans has raised concerns that they are debt traps disguised as diplomacy. A new book by authors at the Consortium For Capacity Building (CCB) has just been released on the complicated international politics of development around OBOR.
Coffee hour at 11:45 am in the corridor near S228.
Glaciers and garbage: Towards sustainable solid waste management in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) Natl Pk
The accumulation of solid waste in the world’s high mountain basecamps and high camps has been a chronic problem facing alpine and nival…
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