Extreme fires in the western United States and Southeast Asia influenced the local weather in ways that make fires and smoke pollution worse.
Carbon dioxide emissions from wildfires combined with reduced carbon uptake by intact ecosystems during the 2019-202
0 fire season to approximately double Australia’s annual carbon emissions.
A new study corrects poor-performing satellite-based rainfall estimates with gauge data and also fills gauge data gaps using well-performing satellite-based rainfall estimates.
A new study finds that the exceptional temperatures seen in Siberia in the first half of 2020 would have been extremely unlikely without anthropogenic climate change.
Get ready for another above-average hurricane season, but it likely won’t be as busy as last year.
A range of observations show that a shift in land-atmosphere coupling exacerbated the hot drought experienced in Europe in 2018.
New research shows a growing threat from Pacific storms amid climate change.
FEMA issued new guidance yesterday advising states to prepare for evacuations during the pandemic.
Papers are invited for a new cross-journal special collection presenting advances in understanding the physical and biogeochemical processes associated with landscape fires and their impacts.
New deep learning technique brings an obsolete forecasting method “back to life” to predict extreme weather events.