New processing capabilities improve the spatial resolution of satellite microwave data, enabling scientists to analyze trends in coastal regions and marginal ice zones.
To reduce the uncertainty associated with this important climate change index, recent studies have developed a new diurnal temperature range data set and compared the results to previous estimates.
SCOPE-CM Meeting; Geneva, Switzerland, 23–24 March 2015
Studies of volcanoes, Earth's natural climate coolers, cause scientists to question the merits of methods that intend to slow down climate change by injecting the stratosphere with aerosols.
Faced with the prospect of a large data gap in solar irradiance records, scientists take steps to ensure that this key climate variable stays monitored.
Industry executives call for loosening U.S. federal government regulations that they say restrict energy exploration and development.