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Environmental Sciences and Energy Research

Dr. Einat Aharonov. How the mountain moved
01.10.2006
Scientists reveal how an entire mountain moved south, about 50 million years...
Dr. Ilan Koren. Clear data on clouds
01.10.2006

Do tiny particles in the atmosphere cool things down or warm them up? The answer's not so simple
(l-r) Dr. Ishai Dror and Prof. Brian Berkowitz. Taking up the challenge
01.05.2006

Hot water may hold the key to utilizing vast oil reserves

Dr. Tareq Abu Hamed, daughter Ilia and wife ukina. Warm welcome
01.10.2005
Dr. Tareq Abu Hamed believes in the power of science to bridge gaps
Prof. Brian Berkowitz. A matter of salt
01.10.2004

An Institute study reveals yet another potential threat to this precious resource

Dr. Hezi Gildor. Plankton predictions
01.05.2004

Population changes in tiny ocean organisms might drive weather patterns across the globe

illustration: heating up of the Earth (global warming)
01.05.2004

Several research projects in the Environmental Sciences and Energy Research Department at the Weizmann Institute are aimed at...

Prof. Dan Yakir. On carbon dioxide's trail
01.10.2003

Insights into the "riddle of the missing carbon dioxide"

Prof. Dan Yakir
01.10.2001

Plants might be an effective warning system for rising carbon dioxide levels

Dr. Einat Aharonov.
01.10.2001

How does the Earth move? What triggers landslides?

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