Chad Small is a freelance journalist, and PhD student in Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington. His research interests focus on the impacts and dynamics of severe precipitation events in a changing climate. Chad’s journalist work – frequently centering on environmental justice, science policy, and potential responses to climate change – has been featured in The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Grist, Next City, and Gothamist. He holds a BS in Environmental Engineering from Yale University and a MS in Earth and Atmospheric Science from the City College of New York.
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While plants are often touted as carbon dioxide sinks, under higher CO2 emissions scenarios that might increase flood risk.
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Expansions of domestic cellular in the U.S. has major impacts for weather forecasting due to interference on frequencies dedicated for weather forecasting. Despite this, cellular providers are still lobbying to increase their cellular reach.
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