The annual Arctic Report Card charts the rise in rain in northern latitudes and serves as a new “vital sign” of the region’s shifting climate.
La Niña conditions and warm ocean temperatures have set the stage for another busy tropical storm year.
To improve future tropical cyclone forecasts, researchers sent a remotely operated saildrone into the extreme winds and towering waves around the eye of a category 4 hurricane.
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.
Get ready for another above-average hurricane season, but it likely won’t be as busy as last year.
Find out about the person taking the helm of AGU’s dedicated earth system modeling journal, JAMES, and his vision for the coming years.
Researcher Jackie Richter-Menge has reported on the status of the melting Arctic for the past 15 years. Her observations tell a story of “mind-blowing change.”
Nationwide, civil engineers consider precipitation values from NOAA to design their structures. But those values are missing another contributor to flood risk: snowmelt.
FEMA issued new guidance yesterday advising states to prepare for evacuations during the pandemic.
Jane Lubchenco says this is a “moment of truth” about climate change and that scientists need to think about their obligations and responsibilities to society.