Chris Jones presents at UNC Climate Change Symposium

Congratulations to Professor Chris Jones for presenting at last week’s UNC Climate Change Symposium. The symposium “aims to highlight the latest research on climate change from across the University.” Among Jones’ many notable activities, he is the Director of the National Science Foundation funded Mathematics and Climate Research Network (MCRN). Recent research highlighted in his talk including work on the dynamics of El Nino, based on the thesis work of graduate student Andrew Roberts, and MCRN member KK Tung’s recent explanation of the global warming hiatus due to heat uptake in the deep Atlantic Ocean. In giving a talk at the Symposium, Jones joined three other faculty from Environmental Law, Public Policy, and the Geological Sciences.