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Studying Sea-level Change in Greenland

Greenland Bound

When days lengthen and ice begins to melt, Professor David Holland and his team of researchers head for an unlikely summer destination — Greenland.

Responding Locally to Global Problems

Responding Locally to Global Problems

An increase of even a few degrees in the Earth’s climate will have tremendous consequences for billions of people. Researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi are trying to determine how climate change will affect humanity's collective future and how to better understand changes that are taking place.

Studying Sea-level Change in Greenland

Projecting Global Sea Level Change

An increase of even a few degrees in the Earth’s climate will have tremendous consequences for billions of people. Researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi are trying to determine how climate change will affect humanity's collective future and how to better understand changes that are taking place.

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NYUAD Science faculty and researchers are frequently featured in the local and international media.

Will rising waters leave Abu Dhabi under water? Scientists seek answers
Without models predicting how ice sheets interact with the ocean, one of the biggest questions on climate change remains unanswered.
The National | May 9, 2018

How Abu Dhabi will help save the world from disaster
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a five-year grant to experts in the UAE and US to research rising sea levels.
Abu Dhabi World | May 03, 2018

Unprecedented U.S.-British project launches to study the world’s most dangerous glacier
This research will help determine the melt rate beneath Thwaites glacier and the ocean dynamics that are driving that.
The Washington Post | April 30, 2018

NYUAD to research sea level rise in Antarctica thanks to $2.1 million science grant from UK
The research will investigate possible global disruptions due to climate change.
The National | April 30, 2018

Abu Dhabi scientists' study of shrinking glaciers is subject of new film
The two-hour documentary visits scientists around the world to understand how the climate system works and how man-made carbon emissions are already affecting our planet.
The National | April 15, 2018