Sobel in the News

Sep 14 2021

Prof. Adam Sobel was recently featured in numerous news outlets regarding hurricanes and extreme weather. Sobel is a Professor of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics and of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University. He directs its Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate. His research area is meteorology with a focus on atmospheric and climate dynamics, tropical meteorology, and extreme weather.

Climate scientist: This is a dystopian moment, CNN Opinion

Modelling risks in a shifting environment, Intelligent Insurer

Experts Weigh In on Hurricane Ida and Deadly Flash Floods in New York City, State of the Planet

Why NYC Was So Unprepared For Hurricane Ida’s Flash Flooding, Gothamist

Climate change: heating toward harm, The Chant

Hurricane Aida: Why was the storm so deadly in the New York area of New Jersey, 1000 miles from land? - Florida News Times

Henri is unlikely to be another Superstorm Sandy. Here’s why. - The New York Times

Henri’s path is becoming clearer as the storm approaches the U.S. - The New York Times

The approaching storm brings the risk of inland flooding - The New York Times