New research indicates climate change may thin the mixed layer and contribute to a reduction of sea surface temperature anomalies.
Modelado numérico mostró los impactos extendidos de la ola de calor del 2012 en Chicago, clarificando los impactos de la ola de calor y la isla de calor urbana en la temperatura de la ciudad.
A new analysis finds extreme warming events in the ocean have increased relative to the very far past, with nearly 60% of the ocean experiencing extreme heat in 2019.
Numerical modeling shows widespread impacts of the 2012 Chicago heat wave, shedding light on heat wave and urban heat island impacts on the city’s temperature.
It’s no secret there are disparities in exposure to climate change’s effects. A new study zeroes in on the demographics of neighborhoods subjected to the hottest temperatures.
The frequencies of heat waves and heat-induced mortality have soared in India. Now government agencies and research organizations are developing city-specific action plans to mitigate heat impacts.
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.
A range of observations show that a shift in land-atmosphere coupling exacerbated the hot drought experienced in Europe in 2018.
As the world heats up, the number and duration of combined stress events are increasing, causing harmful environmental and human impacts.
In 2014, São Paulo experienced its greatest water crisis ever, caused by an intense drought. New research indicates that it is likely to happen again and be even more severe.