A new energy report shows a disconnect between scientific research targets and what is happening in the energy markets.
Climate researchers and ecologists laud the continuation of effort to fuse data from tropical forests with modeling.
Polar Prediction School; Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden, 17–27 April 2018
A new initiative collects, archives, and documents climate forcing data sets to support coordinated modeling activities that study past, present, and future climates.
A set of four papers published in JGR: Atmospheres present results from a project investigating why models predict warmer surface temperatures than are observed in the central United States.
Polar amplification could counteract weather patterns shifting toward the poles.
As a major atmospheric circulation system spreads farther poleward, some regions are drying out. But as time passes, will this drying be symmetrical across the globe?
The Department of Energy shutters a project aimed at improving climate models less than halfway through the expected decade-long run.
Sustained Observations for Carbon Cycle Science and Decision Support Workshop; Boulder, Colorado, 13–14 April 2016
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics suggests that new understandings of secondary organic aerosol may require a rethinking of atmospheric chemistry-climate models.