RECENTLY PUBLISHED Microplastics Morph Cell Metabolism Air Pollution Poses Inequitable Health Risks in Washington, D.C. Mammoths Lost Their Steppe Habitat to Climate Change Understanding Abrupt Climate Change in the Late Quaternary Animals Indigenous Peoples Environmental Justice COVERING CLIMATE NOW Traditional Knowledge Is Essential to Sustainability in the Amazon Kelp’s Carbon Sink Potential Could Be Blocked by Coastal Darkening Puerto Rico Adapts to a Changing, Challenging Environment Rising Sea Levels Bring a Tidal Change to Tourism For a successful result, managed retreat should not be considered a last resort, and the process should start today.“A Road Map for Climate Retreat” CLIMATE ARCHIVE Sobreviviendo en la periferia de una ciudad de terremotos La Ciudad de México es una de las áreas urbanas más propensas a desastres del mundo. Después de un terremoto, las comunidades marginadas que viven en la periferia de la ciudad están expuestas a más peligros que el simple derrumbe de edificios. by Humberto Basilio Forecasting Compound Floods in Complex Coastal Regions Coastal communities face more frequent floods in which rain, rivers, and ocean storm surge combine forces. A reliable system that accurately predicts inundation from these events is urgently needed. by Saeed Moghimi, Edward Myers, Shachak Pe’eri, Y. Joseph Zhang and Fei Yi Cyanobacteria Blooms Exceed WHO Thresholds in Midwest Lakes A study of 369 lakes across the Midwest finds that many of them, especially those close to agriculture, have high concentrations of harmful algal bloom-causing cyanobacteria. by Rebecca Dzombak The Benefits of Better Ocean Weather Forecasting Improvements in our ability to forecast oceanic conditions weeks to months in advance will help communities, industries, and other groups prepare amid a changing climate. by Charlotte DeMott, Ángel G. Muñoz, Christopher D. Roberts, Claire M. Spillman and F. Vitart Windjamming on the Warming Gulf of Maine Living in Geologic Time: A sailing venture reveals economic upheaval along Maine’s enduring coast. by Mary Caperton Morton Exploring Methane Emissions from Africa’s Tropical Forests Global methane budgets suffer from a lack of field studies in African forests, but new research sheds light on methane emissions and uptake from upland forests in the Congo Basin. by Aaron Sidder Inland Mangroves Are Relics of the Past’s Higher Sea Levels Mangroves found in southern Mexico’s rain forest, 170 kilometers from the nearest ocean, date to a time when sea levels were several meters higher. by Katherine Kornei Simpson’s Law Role and Water Vapor Feedbacks The choice of a fixed relative humidity leads to a simpler picture of climate feedbacks than fixing absolute humidity. by Suzana Camargo Identifying the World’s Most At-Risk River Basins Major river basins around the world, including the Amazon, may be hot spots for ecological shifts as the planet warms. by Emily Cerf Reduced Winter PM2.5 in Northern India Under Global Warming Global warming is projected to alleviate PM2.5 pollution in Delhi by decreasing pollution-favorable weather days and increasing clean-favorable weather days. by Bin Zhao Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.