A new study suggests that Canada’s boreal forests could absorb more carbon than they release as climate change progresses.
NASA-Rio-UCCRN Workshop on Sea Level Rise, Urban Heat Islands, and Water Quality; New York, 14–16 November 2016
A team of scientists finds a year-by-year record of climate history spanning the past 17,000 years at the bottom of a South Island lake.
Nations that border the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea are ideally placed for tracking the effects of global climate change and testing innovative ways to adapt to future changes.
Convection-driven Hadley cells are expanding poleward. Scientists now may have uncovered part of the reason why.
Unforeseen political disputes could arise as countries assess who's responsible for the cleanup of the Cold War relics.
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.
XCUBE Workshop; Camagüey, Cuba, 16–18 November 2015
A new study finds that humans likely have triggered the last 16 record-breaking hot years on Earth, up to 2014.
Scientists reconstruct the paleohydrology of Tulare Lake to unravel the region's long-term drought history.