Carl Schmitt, PhD, was trained as an Atmospheric Physicist but now is better described as an Environmental Physicist. His research interests range from ice clouds and their impact on climate and representation in climate models to more down-to-earth topics such as air pollution and... more
MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTS RESEARCH INSTITUTE
The Mountain Environments Research Institute (MERI) is a new initiative at Western Washington University. The purpose of MERI is to engage in mountain research as educators and learners, researchers and stewards. The work we do occurs both locally in the Northwest as well as internationally in places like Nepal, Peru, and Costa Rica. The institute is creating a certificate in mountain research skills that is intended to train the next generation of mountain researchers.
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- WWU, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina to Collaborate on New Student Exchange and Research Project
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- WWU’s Mountain Environments Research Institute to Host Mount Everest Symposium March 1