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The Climate Specialty Group mission is to encourage climatological research, to promote climatological education, to promote the exchange of climatological ideas and information, to promote the interests of climatology within the discipline of geography; and to develop contacts and coordination with other climatological organizations.

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Hengchun Ye
Dept. of Geography & Urban Analysis
California State University - Los Angeles
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032-8222
Ph: (323) 343-2229

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  • Student Research Positions at Cal State LA

    We are recruiting both undergraduate and graduate students with paid stipend, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) summer internship, and University of California at Irvine (UCI) internship opportunities.
    Qualifications: US citizens with strong interests in data analysis and computer programming; under-represented minorities, females, veterans, and students with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
    General Research Fields: Climatology, Geosciences, Remote Sensing, Astrophysics, Hydrology, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics.
    Graduate research: Faculty supervision on thesis research, and receive a JPL summer internship ($9000-$12,000 academic stipend plus $8000 for one summer Internship).
    Undergraduate Research: Juniors and seniors: Receive research training and a JPL summer internship ($2000-$4000 academic stipend plus $6000 for one summer)

  • AAG event: lunch for early career mountain researchers and stakeholders


    The Mountain Sentinels Collaborative Network ( is organizing a meet and greet for early career mountain researchers and practitioners at AAG this year. Graduate students, postdocs, and others in an early stage of their career are welcome to join us for lunch in Union Square room 13 of the Hilton from noon to 1pm on Wednesday, March 30th.

    Home - Mountain Sentinels international research ...
    Mountain Sentinels Collaborative Network Mountains are globally ubiquitous, locally unique, iconic social-ecological systems that provide benefits, or ecosystems ...

    The main goals of our network are to expand an international network of researchers and stakeholders from various areas and disciplines, to explore and evaluate modeling frameworks for studying mountains globally, and to promote international, transdisciplinary approaches linking science with policy and practice.

    The goal of this meeting is simply to promote collaboration and communication among the diverse groups of people who are at an early stage of their career working in mountain systems. We hope you will come hungry and ready to discuss all the great research being presented at AAG!

    Please RSVP to Cara Steger ( if you plan to attend. Include any dietary restrictions and we will do our best to accommodate them. Lunch is on us and will likely be sandwiches and salads.

    See you soon!


    Cara Elizabeth Steger
    PhD Student, NSF IGERT I-WATER Fellow
    Graduate Degree Program in Ecology
    Colorado State University | Fort Collins, CO USA | 224.261.4184