Porting and optimizing CESM1.3 to run on the TaihuLight computer enabled an astounding 750 years of simulation with 0.25° grid spacing for land & atmosphere and 0.1° grid spacing for ocean & sea ice.
A coordinated effort involving trailblazing science—and icebreaking ships—from many nations is needed to fill gaps in our understanding of the Arctic Ocean and how it’s changing.
Nonlinear concepts have evolved and become increasingly applicable to a wide range of geoscience inquiries, thus setting the stage for exciting new advances during AGU’s next 100 years.
The discovery of a decadal El Niño–like state associated with shifts in the Pacific trade winds could have important implications for predicting sea level in future decades.
International Conferences on Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction; Boulder, Colorado, 17–21 September 2018
The iSTAR Programme Science Integration Meeting; Leeds, United Kingdom, 18–19 May 2017
A new analysis of sea surface temperature and salinity over several decades seeks to settle the debate on which of two mechanisms underlies the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation.
Researchers look at more than 3 decades of temperature trends in the deep ocean to understand the layers' energy budgets.
Scientists recreate ocean climate data to explore historical warming—and cooling—trends in Earth's seas.
The temporary deceleration in warming across the Northern Hemisphere earlier this century could not have been foreseen by statistical forecasting methods, a new study concludes.