The Washington Post
Article on study by Marco Tedesco and quotes.
"A cutoff high “describes this atmospheric high pressure system that detaches from the jet stream, in this case, and then basically sits there, it’s almost like living by itself,” said Marco Tedesco, the lead author of the study just published in Nature Communications, and a researcher with the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University. “You can imagine something with enough energy to sustain itself, and there’s nothing bothering it. And it’s sitting right there, and that is driving the clear sky conditions over northwest, and also blowing the cold air over southwest.”" view article
Our Greenland darkening paper published on The Cryosphere received a substantial amount of media coverage. This is very exciting as I think it is very important to communicate the processes impacting melting over Greenland. I am attaching in the following some selected press releases or pieces covering our work.