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The Georgia Climate project was formed in order to outline some key issues surrounding climate change and its effects in Georgia.

Caitlin Amos has been awarded the 2018 NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF)! NASA awards this fellowship to graduate students based on the scientific merit and relevance of their proposed research to NASA’s objectives in Earth or space science and their academic excellence.

PhD student Xiaojia He has been invited to present his work at the World Talent Forum on Environmental Science and Engineering, taking place at Nankai University, Tianjin, China May 21-22. The World Talent Forum is a pilot meeting in conjunction with the 4th 

Chandler Countryman will be setting sail aboard the R/V Revelle for almost a month to participate in the NASA EXPORTS field campaign! She will be stationed mainly near the Gulf of Alaska.

Caitlin Amos had the opportunity to present her research in Barcelona at the Ocean Vector Winds Science Team Meeting in April. According to Caitlin, "My research compared the offshore transport of coastal water in the California Current System due to winds and mesoscale eddies.

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