From the UAlbany News Center

The Redoubt Volcanic Eruption in Alaska

The Climatic Toll of Volcanic Eruptions

Volcanic eruptions over the last 1,000 years have exacted a heavy influence on global climate, according to a new study led by researchers at UAlbany. The impact is felt most dramatically near the equator, where eruptions have led to reduced rainfall in both the summer monsoon and winter seasons, as well as a cooling trends across entire continents.

Hurricane Matthew 2016

UAlbany Faculty Experts: Hurricane Matthew Bears Down on U.S.

With Hurricane Matthew bearing down on the east coast of the United States, more than 1.5 million Americans have already been instructed to evacuate their homes. UAlbany faculty experts are available to discuss the Category 4 storm.

Chris Thorncroft

Atmospheric Scientist Honored by Meteorological Society

Atmospheric Sciences Professor Chris Thorncroft has been honored by the American Meteorological Society.

Two friends at Weather Camp

Bright Forecast

Why would high school students hang tiny objects in trees on a hot summer's day?

Cidny Ramirez

Turning Typhoons into Applied Learning

Find out how one student researcher is trying to decrease typhoon death tolls.

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