Global CO2 Emissions Continue to Rise, According to Global Carbon Budget Co-authored by GEOG Researchers
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Every semester, students in the MS GIS and GEOINT programs present their capstone projects—the final hurdle on their way to earning their graduate degrees—at the MS Capstone Symposium.
Christina Justice, Food Security Early Warning Co-Lead of the GEOG-led NASA Harvest Consortium, has been awarded the Group on Earth Observations (GEO)’s Individual Excellence Award.
GEOG Assistant Research Professor Dong (Tony) Chen contributed to a review that was recently published in Environmental Research Letters. The review focuses on a variety of common disturbances, including wildfires, across North American boreal forests and Arctic tundra.
Every year, Clarivate creates a list of influential researchers from around the world. These researchers have been the most frequently cited in their fields in the past decade, producing multiple papers ranking the top 1% by citations for field and year in the Web of Science. In 2022, only 0.1% of the world’s researchers received this recognition.