The department’s program on Water, Climate and Environment (WCE) include faculty who study Earth’s surface, atmosphere, oceans, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere and the interactions between these Earth system components. Faculty, scientists, and students in this research program seek to understand the connections and feedbacks between changes in climate, the atmosphere, the land surface, water resources, soils, vegetation, snow and ice, and oceans, as well as the implications of these changes for society. The programs’ researchers are experts in diverse observational, analytical, and computational tools. These tools are applied across a broad range of problems representing time and spatial scales spanning from milliseconds to millions of years, and from microns to global. Research by WCE members help guide policy and management at the local, state, federal and global levels. WCE faculty often collaborate with stakeholders and colleagues in other disciplines to inform applications of research to practice, management and policy. To learn more, please join the WCE research program for their seminar series.