For many marine animals, like the Dungeness crab, seasonality and timing are components of complex life cycles, where disruptions can have serious implications for the population.
Marine heatwaves, driven by climate change, are becoming more frequent and intense worldwide.
For more than a decade, a team of University of Montana researchers and students have studied the dynamics of the Greenland Ice Sheet as it responds to a warming climate.
A new study has shown how climate change could impact the ecosystems of the planet’s largest lakes by revealing varying levels at which their water layers are mixed together through the seasons.
In a pair of recently published papers, Michael Rawlins, a professor in the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s geosciences department and associate director of the Climate System Research Center, has made significant gains in filling out our understanding of the Arctic’s carbon cycle—or the way that carbon is transferred between the land, ocean and atmosphere.
By reflecting sunlight back into space and controlling rainfall, clouds play significant roles in the global climate.
The South-West peatlands of Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor are potentially huge carbon stores
Black carbon’s ability to absorb sunlight means it can play a pivotal role in heating the atmosphere
New analysis of more than 100,000 scientific studies. Joint press release of MCC and Climate Analytics.
The research, published in Nature Energy, shows that a low energy demand recovery could reduce a hypothetical tax on all carbon emissions by 19%
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