Human reasoning has helped us become one of the most successful species to populate the planet, but we still struggle with cognitive biases.
Including Ozone Complexities in Climate Change Projections
A simplified view of ozone chemistry can cause climate models to overestimate the response of jet streams to increasing greenhouse gases.
A Two-Way Relationship Between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
Researchers have uncovered a new connection between sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic and tropical cyclones in the eastern Pacific that could improve accuracies of future cyclone forecasts.
Oil Dispersants Deadly to a Common Estuary Species
Research on two dispersants used to break up spilled oil suggests that the chemicals can kill or harm a widely–found shrimp important to estuary habitats. The toxicity increases in less salty water.