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Atmospheric and Oceanic Science

Sundial on UMD campus

Five Terps Awarded 2021 NOAA Hollings Scholarships

Prestigious Award Funds Students’ Explorations in Oceanic and Atmospheric Science

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Ozone is threatened in the atmosmphere above the Arctic

Plunging Arctic Temperatures Speed Up Ozone Loss, New Study Shows

Changes Brought On by Climate Change Threaten Layer That Protects Earth From Harmful Radiation

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Steam rises from cooling towers at power plant

Why We Can Have Paris Again

As Biden Reengages, UMD Expert Explains Unusual U.S. Relationship to Global Climate Accord

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Studying How COVID Cleared the Air

UMD Researchers Team Up With NOAA for Airborne Look at Stay-at-Home Orders’ Pollution Impact

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A world temperature map shows warmer (red) to cooler (violet) temperatures, with black circles representing areas of significant community transmission of COVID-19.

Predicting COVID-19 Outbreaks

UMCP, UMB Researchers Race to Uncover Climate, Human Factors Behind Virus’ Spread

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Wind farm

How the Desert Could Bloom

Large Wind, Solar Farms in Sahara Could Boost Rainfall, Researchers Find

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