|Europe can get two bad winters in a row
due to the Atlantic here
|This thinning Eurasian ice cap is sliding faster
into the sea here
|Carbon sequestration maynot work says new
research from MIT here
|Greenland Ice Sheet winter growth up
Heat waves are becoming more prominent in urban areas, research reveals
With Iceland's glaciers melting faster, the crust near the glaciers is rebounding at an accelerated rate, according to a team of geoscientists
Contrary to popular belief, global warming will not lead to an overall increasingly stormy atmosphere, according to new research out today in the journal Science. Instead, climate change means strong storms will become stronger...
Soil moisture governs precipitation. Evaporating soil moisture also makes air cooler and affects temperature. Scientists believe better observations of soil moisture might improve weather forecasts
Slope on the ocean surface lowers the sea level in Europe, says new study based on satellite data
The latest decadal climate forecast issued by the UK Met Office suggests milder winters for Europe and continued high global surface temperatures but avoids predicting an end date for the global warming pause
Al Gore famously predicted that summer Arctic sea ice would be gone by now thanks to global warming. Yet Arctic sea ice extent decline seems to have slowed in recent years. New research explains why: it suggests natural...
Computer climate models are not fundamentally flawed and their apparent failure to predict the ongoing pause in global warming is due to the inherently unpredictable behaviour of the climate system, according to research to be...
The risk of extreme La Nina Pacific Ocean cooling events could double due to global warming, new research has shown.
Climate change projections for Australia, that provide updated national and regional information on how the climate may change to the end of the 21st century, have been released by two Australian government agencies - CSIRO and...
Nominally 2014 tied with 2010 as the warmest year on record but the uncertainty ranges mean it is not possible to definitively say which of several recent years was the warmest, according to the UK Meteorological Office.
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