Variations in surface reflectivity are as important as surface elevation changes in determining regional climate at nonpolar latitudes, according to a new modeling study.
Current climate models disagree on how much carbon dioxide land ecosystems take up for photosynthesis. Tracking the stronger carbonyl sulfide signal could help.
Replacing a commonly used statistical measure of average error with an alternative measure would give a more meaningful assessment of model performance.
Cross Community Workshop on Past Flood Variability; Grenoble, France, 27–30 June 2016
Scale and Scaling in the Climate System; Jouvence, Quebec, Canada, 5–7 October 2015
On behalf of JGR: Oceans, I consented to a Reddit Science AMA. What did an anonymous public want to learn about oceanography and climate science? More importantly, what can we learn from them?
New evidence strengthens a likely link between 20- to 40-year sea surface temperature fluctuations and varying ocean circulation patterns.
Salinity and Water Cycle over the Oceans: Recent Progress and Future Challenges; Hamburg, Germany, 12–15 October 2015
The NORINDIA project sheds light on how climate change could affect monsoons, droughts, and glaciers in northern India.
On the Puzzling Features of Greenland Ice-Core Isotopic Composition; Copenhagen, Denmark, 26–28 October 2015