International Conferences on Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction; Boulder, Colorado, 17–21 September 2018
Dissolved organic matter in the oceans absorbs light near the water’s surface, leading to cooler waters that may help mitigate regional climate warming.
Complex interactions between ice sheets and other components of the Earth system determine how ice sheets contribute to sea level rise.
After spending months addressing a big glitch, researchers released the second version of the Community Earth System Model.
A new study finds that including Himalayan topography and land-atmosphere interactions improves climate models.
A climate model with reversed rotation of Earth helps climatologists and oceanographers understand why our planet is the way it is and reveals how different it could have been.
The 1st Workshop of the SOOS WAP Working Group; Cambridge, United Kingdom, 15–16 May 2017
In Icy Waters: The Future of Marine Biogeochemical Research off the West Antarctic Peninsula; Chicheley, United Kingdom, 17–18 May 2017
A recent article in Reviews of Geophysics describes how a nonlinear approach and the concept of regimes helps our understanding.
In Los Angeles, replacing lawns with native plants that need less water could lead to hotter days and cooler nights.
DeepMIP Kickoff Meeting; Boulder, Colorado, 14–15 January 2016