Marine Taxa Track Local Climate VelocitiesSeptember 13, 2013. RCI affiliate and Rutgers Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources, Malin Pinsky co-authored, “Marine Taxa Track Local Climate Velocities,” examining the movement of marine species in response to warming waters. The results of the study demonstrate “that marine species shift at different rates and directions because they closely track the complex mosaic of local climate velocities,” or the rate and direction that climate shifts across the landscape. Read more at Science.
Polar Perspectives on Art and Science"Polar Perspectives on Art and Science" includes a series of collaborations with the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy, Department of Geography, Rutgers Climate Institute, the Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers) at Rutgers University, the Zimmerli Art Museum, the Cook Campus Dean and the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. Let Us Talk About Water, that includes an art exhibit, lectures, films, and other events. More information and a flyer is included here.
Diane Burko: Glacial Perspectives Exhibit at Zimmerli Art Museum: September 2013 thru July 31, 2014.
For over 40 years, Diane Burko has travelled around the Americas and Europe, taking photographs and making sketches of volcanoes, hot spring fissures, glaciers, mountains, and rain forests in order to paint these landscapes in her Philadelphia studio.
Climate Access Internship for Rutgers Students
Climate Access Internship for Rutgers students through the Rutgers SPIN program. Click here to learn more.