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50 Years with The Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science

What we call today the Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science started in 1968 as the Baruch Institute of Forestry and Marine Sciences. And it was set up between Clemson and the Baruch Foundation which itself was set up after Belle Baruch passed away in 1964. The original document that established the relationship […]

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Climate scientists are moving to France to “make our planet great again”

We’re on a trajectory of change in climate that we really have no experience with. This is not the new normal. Wait and five years from now, we’ll wish we had the 2019 climate. Professor James Clark has just moved to France to tackle one of the biggest challenges of our time. He’s joining a […]

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Engines of Destruction: The Science of Hurricanes!

[MUSIC] According to legend, when Kublai Khan’s army set sail to conquer Japan, a powerful typhoon, a Pacific tropical cyclone, arrived without warning, destroying Khan’s fleet and saving Japan. When the Mongols returned a few years later with an even bigger army, another typhoon showed up and turned the invading fleet into driftwood. Thinking their […]

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