Combining data from multiple sources could aid in predicting the tiny atmospheric particles' effects on global warming.
Changes in precipitation and runoff in New England may be driving more dissolved organic carbon into the Gulf of Maine.
As climate change worsens wildfire impact, scientists use satellites to study climate-fire interactions.
The Superior Challenge Summit: Forecasting El Niño's Impact on the World's Largest Lake; Ann Arbor, Michigan, 17–19 May 2016
Workshop to celebrate 2015–2024 International Decade of Soil; Boulder, Colorado, 14–16 March, 2016
Third Annual Long-Term Agroecosystem Research (LTAR) Meeting; Venus, Florida, 22–26 February 2016
If policy makers are to make real progress, we must start meaning the same thing when we use the same words to describe climate change.
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?
The pursuit of global political solutions to climate change is not for the faint of heart—but it is a matter of civic responsibility.
Given enough time, short-term variations in temperature, precipitation, and solar radiation influence the fluxes of water and carbon through ecosystems.