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Category Archives: Science
‘We are running out of time’ to prevent dangerous global warming, an icon of climate science tells his scientific brethren, while warning the fossil fuel industry that reports of his demise were greatly exaggerated.
More details from the sparkling AGU lecture by Judith Lean, with her hypothesis that large summer Arctic melts may be influencing winter temperatures in the northern hemisphere.
Scientists working on ‘what’ indicators to include in future assessments of change in the U.S.
The Tibetan Plateau is a major gateway for the transport of water vapor into the upper atmosphere.
Two similar but independent climate science communication awards honor work of NCAR scientist Kevin Trenberth and U.K. economist Nicholas Stern.
There is still much that climate models do not get right, including in regions where climate change is especially important to understand.
There is more to climate change than carbon dioxide, and no reason for surface temperatures to track exactly with its atmospheric increase.