A nuclear war would claim many lives from its direct impacts and cause rapid climate change that would further imperil humanity. Scientists can help shape policies to put us on a safer path.
Associate Editor, Reviews of Geophysics
Three Decades of Atmospheric Optics Research in Camagüey, Cuba
Workshop for Thirtieth Anniversary of the Grupo de Óptica Atmosférica de Camagüey; Camagüey, Cuba, 23–26 October 2018
Getting Your Paper Published Part 2: Good Grammar, Clear Figures
Recommendations from an AGU journal editor on ensuring that your manuscript is well written and clearly presented.
Getting Your Paper Published Part 1: Don’t Annoy the Reviewers
Recommendations from an AGU journal editor on how to prepare a manuscript in a way that makes it easy for reviewers to read and assess.
Modeling the Effects of Geoengineering
Report on the Eighth Annual GeoMIP Meeting; Zürich, Switzerland, 16–17 April 2018
Vetting New Models of Climate Responses to Geoengineering
The Seventh Meeting of the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project; Newry, Maine, 26 July 2017
Could Subsea Methane Hydrates Be a Warming “Tipping Point”?
The authors of a recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics answer questions about the potential for subsea methane hydrates to contribute to global warming.
Understanding How Climate Engineering Can Offset Climate Change
Sixth Meeting of the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project; Oslo, Norway, 21–22 June 2016
Blowin’ in the Wind: Observing Stratospheric Aerosols
New observations and understanding of stratospheric particles are crucial for evaluating their role in climate change.
New Paths in Geoengineering
National Center for Atmospheric Research Fifth Annual Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Workshop and Early Career Summer School; Boulder, Colorado, 20–24 July 2015