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UMass Amherst- Professor receives $416,550 grant to study effects of volcanoes on climate change in Arctic

Raymond S. Bradley, director of the Climate System Research Center, has received a three-year, $416,550 award from the National Science Foundation for his project on "Volcanoes in the Arctic System: Geochronology and Climate Impacts." The award will help Bradley and his colleagues to better understand the impacts that natural factors, such as explosive volcanic eruptions, can have on the Arctic system and on global climate fluctuations. More...

10/14/07