Monthly Archives: January 2014

Insights from Aaron Goldner on the AGU Blogosphere

Aaron Goldner is this year’s AGU Congressional Science Fellow. Back in 2012, while still a graduate student at Purdue, he participated in the AMS Summer Policy Colloquium. Erik Hankin, writing on The Bridge: Connecting Science and Policy (part of the AGU … Continue reading

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Almost heaven? For some, it feels more like purgatory.

Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River. Life is old there, older than the trees, younger than the mountains, blowing like a breeze. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain momma, take … Continue reading

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William A. Anderson, 1937-2013.

On December 29, Bill Anderson died, suddenly and unexpectedly, while mountain biking in Hawaii. He was first and foremost a husband, father, and brother, and his family bears the brunt of his loss. But Bill was also a social scientist … Continue reading

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It was 70 Fahrenheit here in Washington, DC Tuesday morning. Over the past few days, the media have made much of this cold snap. Capital Weather Gang experts provided in-depth forecasts of what we could expect locally (these seem to … Continue reading

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