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For weather forecasting, precise observations matter more than butterflies. Researchers find that minimizing initial errors on scales around 100km is more likely to extend the accuracy of forecasts at lead times longer than 3–4...
Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations 16 million years ago were similar to those seen today but temperatures were warmer and ocean levels were much higher. Two new studies of conditions in Antarctica at that time using data...
Today's once in 20-year heat waves could become annual occurrences across more than half of the world's land areas by 2075, claims a new study. It also concluded that heat waves with a 1-in-20 chance of occurring during a future...
Sea-levels worldwide will likely rise by between 50 and 130 cms by the end of this century if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced rapidly, according to research
Thousands of pieces of data demonstrate that sea levels and extreme phenomena are evolving independently
Sea surface height has been measured from space using GPS signals reflected off the sea surface for the first time
The recent Pacific Ocean “blob” of warm water may have an echo in the past. Greenland experienced several abrupt and severe climate changes during the last ice age. But even during the coldest periods a blob of warm surface water...
An alternative narrative for ice sheet disappearance has been developed which differs to the catastrophic accelerating collapse predicted by some for Greenland and Antarctica
Climate researchers working on the POLSTRACC measurement campaign find pre-conditions for significant ozone depletion in the stratosphere – polar stratospheric clouds, redistribution of reactive nitrogen, and signs of chlorine...
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