A synthesis of paleotemperature reconstructions from published case studies suggests warm onshore temperatures persisted across most of Afro-Arabia between 1000 and 1200 CE.
International World Climate Research Programme/Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (WCRP/IOC) Open Science Conference on Regional Sea Level Rise and Its Impacts; New York, New York, 10–14 July 2017
Kick-off Workshop of Indo-Norwegian Project PREPARE; Bergen, Norway, 27–31 March 2017
The 1st Workshop of the SOOS WAP Working Group; Cambridge, United Kingdom, 15–16 May 2017
In Icy Waters: The Future of Marine Biogeochemical Research off the West Antarctic Peninsula; Chicheley, United Kingdom, 17–18 May 2017
A new study suggests that Canada’s boreal forests could absorb more carbon than they release as climate change progresses.
Variations in surface reflectivity are as important as surface elevation changes in determining regional climate at nonpolar latitudes, according to a new modeling study.
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.