Second WCRP/CLIVAR Open Science Conference: Charting the Course for Climate and Ocean Research; Qingdao, China, 18–25 September 2016
In Los Angeles, replacing lawns with native plants that need less water could lead to hotter days and cooler nights.
Scientists investigate atmospheric conditions that correlate to heavy rainfall in the midlatitudes.
To reduce the uncertainty associated with this important climate change index, recent studies have developed a new diurnal temperature range data set and compared the results to previous estimates.
AGU Chapman Conference on the Evolution of the Asian Monsoon and Its Impact on Landscape, Environment, and Society; Hong Kong, China, 14–18 June 2015
Symposium on Airborne Dust, Climate Change, and Human Health; Miami, Florida, 19–21 May 2015
Emissions growth of carbon dioxide has suddenly slowed, but atmospheric methane concentrations continue to soar after a long hiatus. Both trends have a bearing on climate pacts sought this week.
New model reveals tropical cyclones could form at lower sea surface temperatures than previously thought.
The key to better predictions of atmospheric temperature trends in the tropics may lie in more accurate measurements of sea surface temperatures.
A new ice core measurements-based record of a climate-active gas shows variability on millennial timescales.