A Q&A with AGU's president-elect, Eric Davidson, about the upcoming 2015 Northeast Climate Ride and his experience riding last year.
Researchers look back in time to help understand our warmer future.
Sea Surface Temperature User Workshop on Uncertainties; Exeter, UK, 18–20 November 2014
Obama tells new Coast Guard officers that climate change poses a serious security threat to coastal areas and a challenge to the U.S. military.
A student at the University of Minnesota communicates climate change science in an innovative way.
Despite indications that the Pacific Ocean is helping to take up the world's missing surface heat, the heat doesn't linger; oceanographers now find that heat has moved over to the Indian Ocean.
In its response to a National Research Council survey on ocean sciences, the National Science Foundation has endorsed recommendations calling for a budgetary course correction.
A new method will help scientists monitor the basal melt of ice sheets in Antarctica.
By 2050, climate change may make regions of northeastern Canada suitable for growing new varieties of wine grapes.
It has been 1 year since the release of the third U.S. National Climate Assessment. What has been learned over this year, and how can you help to inform the public about these important results?