News

Hurricane Sandy’s Economic Damages from Attributable Sea Level Rise (Nature Comm. Study, May 2021)

Climate Change Accounted for $8 billion of Hurricane Sandy Losses: Study (from Climate Central)

Climate Change’s Impact On Hurricane Sandy Has A Price: $8 Billion, by Nathan Rott (NPR)

Climate change boosted Hurricane Sandy economic losses by billions – study, by Kanupriya Kapoor (Reuters)

Climate Change Cost New York $8 Billion During Hurricane Sandy, by Leslie Kaufman (Bloomberg)

The Paris Agreement and Sea Level Rise from Antarctica (Nature Study, May 2021)

Emissions Cuts Could Halve the Impact of Melting Ice on Oceans, by Henry Fountain (New York Times)

Video Interview with WMBC-TV Hometown

World risks runaway Antarctic ice melt if Paris targets not met, by Andrew Freedman (Axios)

Melting Antarctic could push seas to ‘catastrophic’ levels at 3C warming, by Naimul Karim (Reuters)

Världens glaciärer smälter allt snabbare [The world’s glaciers are melting faster and faster], by Anna Liljemalm (Forskning & Framsteg)

Overshooting 2C risks rapid and unstoppable sea level rise from Antarctica, by Rob DeConto, Pamela Pearson, and Dave Pollard (Carbon Brief)

2°C more heat may mean catastrophic sea level rise, by Tim Radford (Climate News Network)

Catastrophic Sea-Level Rise from Antarctic Melting is Possible with Severe Global Warming, by Todd Bates (Rutgers News)

Keep temperatures below 2°C to avoid dangerously high sea levels, say experts, by Todd Bates (World Economic Forum)

Tropical Cyclone Interannual Variability

FSU researchers confirm utility of theory in predicting tropical cyclone intensities, by McKenzie Harris & Rebecca McCandless (FSU News)

Improving Sea-Level Rise Projections with Paleoclimate Data (2020)

Sea-Level Rise Projections can Improve With State-of-the-Art Model, by Todd Bates (Rutgers News and Phys.org)

Machine learning + history = more accurate sea-level rise, by Kathryn DeMuth Sullivan (labroots)

The Susan Solomon Symposium (2020)

A Distinguished Career in Atmospheric Discovery and Policy, by Kate Petersen (EAPS News)

Eos Article on Well-being in Climate Science (2019)

How Climate Scientists Are Coping With ‘Climate Grief’ (Susi Moser’s interview with NPR’s All Things Considered)

Featured in the AMS Oral History Project (2018)

Oral History Project Archives—Daniel Gilford (thanks so much to Jinny Nathans from the AMS!)

Featured in MIT Spectrum Winter Issue (2018)

At the Intersection (MIT Spectrum)

The Outstanding Student Presentation Award (2018)

Outstanding at AGU 2017, by Helen Hill (EAPS News)

Short-lived Greenhouse Gases & Sea Level Rise (2017)

Sea Level Rise: Slow But Inexorable, by Eric Betz (Named #18 of the Top 100 Scientific Stories of 2017 by Discovery Magazine)

Methane may not last long in the atmosphere — but it drives sea level rise for centuries, by Chelsea Harvey (Washington Post)

‘Short-Lived’ Methane Could Raise Sea Levels for Another 800 Years, by Robinson Meyer (The Atlantic)

Short-lived greenhouse gases cause centuries of sea-level rise, by Jennifer Chu (MIT News)

Science Policy on Capitol Hill (2015)

Putting the science in science policy, by Cassie Martin (MIT News)

Climate Science During IAP (2014-2015)

Tackling global change during IAP, by Audrey Resutek (MIT News)

The dark and stormy side of science-policy mixology (MIT News)

Hollings Scholarship (2010)

FSU Student Profile—Daniel Gilford, by Zilpha Underwood (FSU Profiles)

Meteorology Students win prestigious Hollings Scholarships (FSU News)