Tree rings confirm that in northern Australia, the past 40 years have experienced more rain than any similar length of time in the past 600 years.
Numerical modeling shows widespread impacts of the 2012 Chicago heat wave, shedding light on heat wave and urban heat island impacts on the city’s temperature.
Anak Krakatau’s eruption was accompanied by a devastating tsunami. But was the eruption to blame?
Scientists have long assumed that dust storms lead to infections with the desert soil fungus Coccidioides, but new evidence suggests otherwise.
Models suggest that thousands of Australians experienced dangerous levels of air pollution for several months, leading to more than a hundred deaths.
Although their frequency may decrease, models suggest anthropogenic climate change will increase the intensity of tornado outbreaks.
As Earth’s climate changes at an unprecedented rate, the Surface Atmosphere Integrated Field Laboratory is studying precipitation on an unprecedented scale.
A starstruck New Yorker studies the skies.
Researchers hope that a network of highly consistent climate-observing sites will resolve long-standing issues with climatological data.
New research documents how a warming climate contributes to patterns in wildfire severity and frequency and how the fires contribute to climate change.