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    Lucy Walker '19 and geoscience professor Meg Estapa spent the summer performing collaborative research project studying carbon matter in the ocean, and discuss their findings on This is Skidmore - the Skidmore College podcast.
    Oct 23 2017
  • Skidmore News
    Think of the marine scientists emerging from Skidmore College and the top name is often Penny Chisholm '69, a National Medal of Science winner for her pioneering work on a crucial climate-regulating microorganism. Others students and alumni are following in her path.
    Mar 24 2017
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    As plankton die and sink toward the seafloor, their carbon stays out of the atmosphere, slowing climate change. But the process is too variable and complex to measure comprehensively. Until now.
    Jan 25 2017
  • Skidmore News
    Geosciences Chair Kyle Nichols made an NSF-funded trip to Namibia this summer to learn first-hand the effects of unprecedented rains in that semi-arid country. Now home, he'll begin his analysis using new lab equipment purchased with the help of the U.S. Army.
    Sep 13 2011
  • Skidmore News
    Skidmore's newest Goldwater Scholar, Logan D. Brenner '12, has packed a lot into the past three years: Honors Forum classes, collaborative research, involvement in the SGA, and field experience in the Turks and Caicos.
    May 16 2011
  • Skidmore News
    Skidmore will welcome a number of scholars to campus this week for a variety of special lectures. The first talk, on April 4, is the annual Strock Lecture in Geosciences, to be given by Ellen Wohl (left). The day after that, the Psychology Department hosts a talk on memory confusion.
    Apr 4 2011