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Arctic Winter Methane Emissions More Than Expected


A new study finds that, contrary to previous assumptions, the Arctic tundra releases at least as much methane during its cold season as it does during summer[more]

Melting Arctic Sea Ice Increases Precipitation


Melting sea ice increases Arctic precipitation and complicates climate predictions, according to paper [more]

Salty Sea Spray Affects The Lifetimes Of Clouds


Sea spray is a unique, underappreciated source of ice nucleating particles, acording to research[more]

Ice Cores Determine Timings Of Past Climate Changes


Two deep ice cores drilled at the East Antarctic dome summits 'Dome Fuji' and 'Dome C' were volcanically synchronized over the past 216 kyr to improve our knowledge of the timing and duration of the Marine Isotope Stage 5 climate...[more]

UAH Claims Satellites Show Warming "Under" UN Target


Global warming is happening at around 1.2C per century, according to the 37 year old satellite dataset maintained by the University of Alabama in Huntsville [more]

More Evidence Of Volcanic Heating Under Antarctic Ice Sheet


Seismic study of West Antarctica finds evidence for mantle "thermal anomalies" beneath the Bentley Subglacial Trench and the Marie Byrd Land Dome[more]

Sulphur Emissions Shrink Cloud Droplet Size


Iceland volcano’s eruption shows how sulphur particles influence clouds [more]

Sensitivity Study: Climate Outlook Worse Than Feared


The impact of climate change may be worse than previously thought, a new study suggests[more]

Clouds Boost Arctic Warming More Than Expected


Humidity trends imply increased sensitivity to clouds in a warming Arctic, reports new research[more]

Aircraft Studies Impact Of Climate Change On Ozone Layer


Measurement campaign studies impacts of climate change on the Arctic ozone layer and processes in the tropopause region below[more]

Models Overestimate Climate Change Rainfall Increase


Lawrence Livermore researchers and collaborators have found that most climate models overestimate the increase in global precipitation due to climate change[more]

The Days Are Getting Longer


Scientists reveal that the rotation of Earth's core holds a clue to understanding global sea-level rise[more]

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