A new study shows that aerosols have a strong impact on the reflectivity of the Earth's atmosphere, absorbing more solar radiation within the atmospheric layers than previously thought.
Scientists review studies of the tropical Madden-Julian Oscillation to better frame its role in air-sea interactions.
Researchers test the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh model with real-life observational data to evaluate forecast accuracy.
Geodetic data show that earthquakes in 1450 and 1811–1812 may be responsible for present-day seismic activity in the region.
A new study analyzes temperature and moisture variations in different layers of the atmosphere to improve forecasting of Indian summer monsoon precipitation patterns.
Given enough time, short-term variations in temperature, precipitation, and solar radiation influence the fluxes of water and carbon through ecosystems.
New study identifies key variables that move solar heat from the ocean to the troposphere in the tropics.
Scientists uncover the mechanics behind tropical marine low cloud cover and its influence on models of anthropogenic climate change.
A 30-year climate analysis reveals an increase in sea surface temperatures in the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the surrounding region.
New research shows that when ice in the seafloor melts, single-cell organisms metabolize the methane released, preventing the greenhouse gas from reaching the atmosphere.