Integrating Earth science research and observations into adaptation planning helps identify effective strategies to manage climate risks.
Understanding how temperatures of cold-water streams respond to global warming could help clarify the impacts of climate change on aquatic ecosystems.
This newly developed approach to assessing the quality of sensitivity analyses can be applied to any method without bootstrapping or additional model runs.
Improving our understanding of the relationship between changes in precipitation and flooding due to rising temperature is a new grand challenge for the scientific community, argue the authors of a recent commentary.
A new statistical analysis of daily, glacial runoff cycles offers a unique way of examining how Alpine glaciers have responded since the onset of rapid regional warming in the 1980s.
Understanding Historical Changes in the Flow of the Colorado River; Boulder, Colorado, 24–25 September 2018
High-resolution modeling of summertime streamflow in the Pacific Northwest reveals the effects of glacial retreat on streamflow will vary by elevation.
Meeting of the Caribbean Climate Modelling Consortium; Kingston, Jamaica, 25 July 2018
Investments in snow pay high-dollar dividends.
Multiple factors often interact to amplify the effects of severe storms, droughts, and other extreme water-related events.