Scientists have long thought that methane-producing microbes contribute to climate change but are slowly learning just how big a role these microbes play.
Researchers track the presence of black carbon above the Arctic Circle.
Researchers estimated the sampling biases that affect temperature and humidity climatologies derived from detectors on NASA’s Aqua satellite.
Atmospheric scientist Natalia Andronova passed away on 1 June 2014.
First Workshop of the Commission on Climatic and Environmental Change of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics;
Beijing, China, 11–12 April 2014
An African science symposium at the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in August focused on environmental protection, climate change, development, health, technology, and other issues.
The European Space Agency’s Josef Aschbacher talks with Eos about the new Sentinel fleet of Earth observing satellites.