Latest Antarctica cooling controversy Stories
The strongest trade winds have driven more of the heat from global warming into the oceans; but when those winds slow, that heat will rapidly return to the atmosphere causing an abrupt rise in global average temperatures
Earth's land areas have become more likely to experience an extreme summer heat wave according to a new statistical analysis by NASA scientists.
The UK Met Office's Hadley Center said that the global temperature has jumped over the past 160 years, but short-term trends in temperature and sea ice seem to be at odds with each other and needs more research.
In the first comprehensive global survey of temperature trends in major lakes, NASA researchers determined Earth's largest lakes have warmed during the past 25 years in response to climate change.
Rutgersâ€™ Oscar Schofield and five colleagues from other institutions have published in Science, calling for expanded ocean-observing in the Antarctic, particularly in the Western Antarctic Peninsula, or WAP.
Marco Tedesco Says Record Low Resulted From Simultaneous Positive Phases for Two Climate Drivers.
A major scientific report released on Tuesday showed that rapid ice loss in West Antarctica will likely contribute heavily to a projected sea level rise of up to 4.5 feet by 2100.
The first comprehensive review of the state of Antarctica's climate and its relationship to the global climate system is published this week (Tuesday 1 December) by the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR).
The air over Antarctica is warming even faster than in other parts of the world, according to an analysis of 30 years of weather balloon data.
The impact of global warming on European weather patterns has been underestimated, according to a new report published in Nature this week.
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