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February 2016

Kravitz Provides Geoengineering Insight for Slate

When the e-zine Slate needed expertise to explain geoengineering and climate modeling for a recent article, they turned to Dr. Ben Kravitz, atmospheric scientist and climate modeler at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

The Slate article, How Geoengineering Could Affect the Global Climate, covered ideas explored in the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project, something Kravitz knows very well. As a lead scientist organizing and designing experiments for the project, he is in a unique position to provide insight. The question-and-answer format of the article provides many details about modeling geoengineering questions. The Slate article is part of "Futurography," a series introducing readers to "the technologies that will define tomorrow."

Kravitz, a PNNL researcher since 2013, got his Ph.D. at Rutgers University in 2011. He is a recipient of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Early Career Scientist Award.


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