Cosmic Rays

Cloud Physics


El Nino

Study shows cosmic
rays mediated by Sun
affect temperature here
Experimental results
suggest our views on
turbulence are wrong here
Tide changes not
related to sea
level trends here
NOAA declares
an El Nino
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Study: Climate Change Does Not Cause Extreme Winters


Researchers used climate simulations and theoretical arguments to show that in most places, the range of temperature fluctuations will decrease as the climate warms[more]

2C Climate Change Target 'Utterly Inadequate'


The official global target of a 2°C temperature rise is 'utterly inadequate' for protecting those at most risk from climate change, says a lead author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in the journal Climate...[more]

Amazon Losing Capacity To Absorb CO2 Says Study


The net amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by the rainforest has halved since the 1990s and is now for the first time being overtaken by fossil fuel emissions in Latin America, according to research [more]

Arctic Warming Leads To Net CO2 Release Says Study


Computer simulation indicates that carbon released from thawing permafrost will exceed that absorbed by growing vegetation[more]

Earthquakes Can Cause Huge Halocarbon Release


The Tohoku earthquake of 11 March 2011 and subsequent tsunami caused catastrophic structural damage in east Japan. Research shows that emissions of halocarbons, potent greenhouse gases and stratospheric ozone depleting...[more]

Antarctic Ice Shelves Rapidly Thinning Says Paper


New study in Science reveals accelerating losses over two decades[more]

Ocean Pipe Geoengineering May Backfire Says Study


Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) could end up warming the climate say researchers[more]

Glacial Melt Pours Into Gulf of Alaska


Massive amounts of fresh water from glacial melt are pouring into Gulf of Alaska says researcher [more]

Study Questions Milankovitch Cycle Ice Age Theory


Study of southern hemisphere glacial evidence raises doubts over leading theory for the cause of global ice ages [more]

Microroganisms Key To Deep Ocean Carbon Storage


Scientists discovers the key to the long-term storage of dissolved organic carbon in the deep ocean. Microorganisms do not degrade this material because each of the compounds that make it up are found in too low concentrations[more]

"Exceptional" AMOC Slow Down Reported


Paper reports evidence for a slowdown of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) with multiple lines of observation suggesting that in recent decades, the current system has been weaker than ever before in the last...[more]

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