During a newly identified "flavor" of La Niña called La Niña Modoki, aerosol concentrations over different regions of eastern China may depend heavily on the strength of the event.
Scale and Scaling in the Climate System; Jouvence, Quebec, Canada, 5–7 October 2015
A new climate model evaluation package will deliver objective comparisons between models and observations for research and model development and provide a framework for community engagement.
A new study finds that humans likely have triggered the last 16 record-breaking hot years on Earth, up to 2014.
To climate scientists, marine fog's physical opacity symbolizes how much remains to be discovered about the atmospheric phenomenon.