CLIMATE AND POLAR INITIATIVES
Dartmouth’s great tradition of northern studies continues at the Institute, a crossroads for interdisciplinary research, discussion, and education in polar studies.
Dartmouth’s Matt Ayres says climate change is having a dramatic effect on many plants and animals.
The new software, developed by Dartmouth researchers, uses photos to locate documents on the Internet.
“In the science community, there is no debate about climate change,” says Thayer’s Mary Albert.
“Libya is on the edge of civil war,” says Dartmouth’s Dirk Vandewalle.
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