Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick says that Republican members of Congress need to “acknowledge reality” and do more to raise awareness about climate change.
One year ago today, President Trump vowed to exit the United States from the Paris climate pact. Eos discusses this with climatologist Michael Mann, author of the new book The Tantrum that Saved the World.
Polynomial chaos and Bayesian compressive sensing are applied to a land surface model to understand how large numbers of tunable parameters interact and may be optimized.
The 1st Workshop of the SOOS WAP Working Group; Cambridge, United Kingdom, 15–16 May 2017
In Icy Waters: The Future of Marine Biogeochemical Research off the West Antarctic Peninsula; Chicheley, United Kingdom, 17–18 May 2017
Inaugural Workshop on Thermal Analysis of Natural Organic Matter; Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 15–16 September 2016
Sustained Observations for Carbon Cycle Science and Decision Support Workshop; Boulder, Colorado, 13–14 April 2016
A new study suggests that Canada’s boreal forests could absorb more carbon than they release as climate change progresses.
Samples of seawater from the North American Arctic show that the region is neither a major source nor sink of methane and nitrous oxide to the overlying atmosphere.
Changes in precipitation and runoff in New England may be driving more dissolved organic carbon into the Gulf of Maine.
Scientists embarked on a 6-month expedition in the Arctic Ocean to study the thinning sea ice cover, improve our understanding of sea ice loss effects, and help predict future changes.