Roof design in northern China changed over centuries in response to extreme snow events, new research suggests.
A new temperature data portal will aid scientists in tracking and accessing paleoclimate data from the Miocene, a past warm climate interval and future climate analogue.
Three of the remaining glaciers in the Pyrenees mountain range stopped flowing in the past decade.
A new study found that the Jehol Biota had chilly temperatures and high altitudes when feathered dinosaurs roamed the slopes.
Answering this question can help policymakers, scientists, and climate communicators develop more effective strategies to reach skeptics and deniers.
New research on Kiribati’s beleaguered atolls paints a complex picture of reef recovery.
New research confirms the existence of a regular, long-term fluctuation in sea level, perhaps caused by processes in Earth’s core.
Using cutting-edge observations, reanalyses, and climate models, a new study projects the outbreak of temperature extremes over new global areas by 2100.
Around the world, the seasonal snowpack is changing. Eos’s October issue looks at how we study winter weather, adapt to climate changes, and even fight for the snow we love.
Shrinking snowpack, thawing permafrost, and shifting precipitation patterns have widespread consequences. Can new technologies—and public policies—help communities adapt?