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Atmospheric science

Mason Climate Change Video: Meeting the Challenge in Virginia

Climate Change: Meeting the Challenge in Virginia from GMU-TV on Vimeo.


Happy Earth Day Month to you all! 

George Mason University has released the video short “Climate Change: Meeting the Challenge in Virginia” about the threat posed by climate change and what Virginia and other states can do about it.  Mason faculty, including AOES Assistant Professor Natalie Burls, give a multidisciplinary perspective on the issues.


Join us in working to better understand our planet.

From simulating atmospheric temperature to explaining geological layers to tracing ocean circulation, the Atmospheric Science, Climate, and Earth Science Department gives students new tools to explore our planet. You will benefit from the wide range of faculty expertise across undergraduate and graduate programs in AOES.


To learn more about the Virginia Clean Economy Act, click HERE


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