The key to better predictions of atmospheric temperature trends in the tropics may lie in more accurate measurements of sea surface temperatures.
A team of researchers put an array of space- and ground-based weather instruments to the test and found that the common weather balloon is irreplaceable for forecasting rainfall.
Storms over the Indian Ocean show that precipitation type depends on oceanic airflow.
Cooling inorganic and organic aqueous solutions makes the particles into more robust seeds of clouds.
How can a complex atmospheric process be simplified for a model?
A new ice core measurements-based record of a climate-active gas shows variability on millennial timescales.
Florida’s sediment record reveals surprising new information about the frequency of large hurricanes hitting the state.
Researchers track the presence of black carbon above the Arctic Circle.
Researchers estimated the sampling biases that affect temperature and humidity climatologies derived from detectors on NASA’s Aqua satellite.