The strength of land-atmosphere coupling in a given model influences how it represents deforestation’s effects.
Mud layers in a stalagmite from a cave on the Yucatán Peninsula show hurricane activity was steady or elevated throughout the Maya collapse.
Fall Meeting attendees get rare opportunity at Amazon Hack-A-Thon event to tackle climate change issues.
Levels of greenhouse gas emissions need to be limited by midcentury to keep within a 2°C increase, a new United Nations report states.
The rate of ocean acidification in coral reefs outpaces the rise in carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere.
New study suggests that the frequency of lightning strikes will increase as the climate continues to warm.
Scientists projected that the upper atmosphere would continue to cool and contract with rising greenhouse gas emissions. Now, these projections have been confirmed for the first time.
Faced with the prospect of a large data gap in solar irradiance records, scientists take steps to ensure that this key climate variable stays monitored.
Scientists demonstrated that rainfall can be monitored using the network of cellular towers throughout West Africa.
A renewed focus on geological aspects of cities could help mitigate natural hazards and provide a wealth of geological information, scientists say.