Researchers develop a mathematical method of modeling tabular icebergs, like the one that broke away from an Antarctic ice shelf earlier this year.
Researchers present a novel method for analyzing how wind shear affects tropical cyclone strength and structure.
Researchers use aquaplanet experiments to zero in on the effects of small-scale processes in the tropics that cause discrepancies between climate models.
A suite of simulations run with a spectrum of starting conditions shows that climate change will reduce corn crop yield, although the degree of reductions varies widely.
What makes thunderstorms clump, even to the point of singularity, over uniform oceans? Three recent papers in JAMES address this question, and a new Commentary ties them together.
A new model reveals how cumulus convection, humidity, and tropical circulations interact as global temperatures rise.
Scientists create a more realistic representation of plant nitrogen uptake and usage to improve global climate simulations.
New research investigates how mixed-phase cloud partitioning and cloud cover compensate each other in GCMs.
Accounting for key soil and snow variables shows a much higher impact on simulated permafrost area than uncertainties in land cover and climate data.
Scientists use high-resolution models to study how the jagged terrain of the Earth's mountains influences precipitation.