AGU's journal editors provide suggestions and recommendations of sessions and talks of particular interest.
A robust climate pact from the United Nations meeting in Paris could urge nations and energy investors toward lower-emissions energy generation, the head of a global energy agency suggests.
Warming climate reduces permafrost's ability to recover following wildfires in Alaskan lowland forest.
International Workshop: Applications and Perspectives of Cavity Enhanced Optical Detection Techniques in Ocean Sciences; Kiel, Germany, 20–21 April 2015
With the United Nations climate change conference imminent, the U.S. special envoy for climate change optimistically outlined what sort of agreement could drive the transition to a low-carbon world.
For future climate change mitigation strategies to be effective, carbon cycle science must receive a major boost.
The Galápagos cold pool is expanding northward as a result of climate change, and local penguin populations are rising.
Predicting glide avalanches and explaining how they work are difficult tasks, but the forces they exert can be calculated fairly well.
New research that may presage effects of climate change on this species looks back 22,000 years, finding robust growth in the East Antarctic population as melting followed the last ice age.
Given enough time, short-term variations in temperature, precipitation, and solar radiation influence the fluxes of water and carbon through ecosystems.