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ERG Grad Student in Journal of Geophysical Research

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ERG graduate student Zeke Hausfather co-authored a research article in Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres on the changes in diurnal temperature range (DTR) over global land areas. Globally-averaged DTR has non-linearly decreased since the mid-twentieth century, and the results indicate that further insights are linked with the efficacy of data rescue and digitization for temperature series.

Read the full article here.

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ERG Professor Dan Kammen speaks at Climate Change Symposium
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ERG professor Dan Kammen participated in a Climate Change Symposium on Friday, April 15, at a Modesto Area Partners in Science (MAPS) lecture.

ERGies in THIMBY: With Laws Changing, Tiny Homes may have a Big Effect on Housing
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ERG PhD student Ian Bolliger comments on THIMBY (Tiny House in My backyard) in the Richmond Confidential.

ERG PhD Student Aden in New York Times: Economies Rise as Emissions Fall? Yes, It Can Work
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The New York Times featured ERG PhD student Nate Aden in an article on Decoupling Economic Growth from Carbon Emissions.

Two ERG Projects included in White House Plans for Sustainable Water Future
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Commitments by two groups within ERG were included in the White House Summit on Water last week

ERG Professor Daniel Kammen Appointed as U.S. Science Envoy
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ERG Professor Daniel Kammen has been appointed as one of five U.S. Science Envoys by the US State Department.