Meet the FAS Faculty: Noah Planavsky
How can we control carbon dioxide levels and slow climate change? The first step is understanding how CO2 has been absorbed and released in the earth’s soil and oceans over millions of years. Yale geochemist Noah Planavsky and his lab are leading new efforts to understand the history — and future — of CO2 with major implications for our environment.
Planavsky is a member of Yale's Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), home to more than 1,200 faculty members and 50 departments and programs that span the divisions of Humanities, Social Science, and Science, and the School of Engineering & Applied Science and provide the instruction to the students of Yale College and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.