Researchers from ETH Zurich and other universities found evidence that expanding irrigation has dampened anthropogenic warming during hot days, with particularly strong effects over South Asia.
The eastward shift of the ENSO heat engine under global warming would lead to remarkable changes in global climate variations during ENSO years.
Scientists may have solved a 25-year-old puzzle about the mysterious behaviour of certain glaciers in High Mountain Asia. In most of this region, they are shrinking; but in the northwest, they are growing.
Human-induced climate change promotes the conditions on which wildfires depend, increasing their likelihood - according to a review of research on global climate change and wildfire risk published today.
A University of Arizona-led study used the annual growth rings of trees to reconstruct a long-term climate history and examine the duration and frequency of "perfect droughts" in Southern California's main water sources.
Air pollution and iodine from the ocean contribute to damage of Earth’s ozone layer.
In January 2020, the volcano in the Philippines spewed lava and emitted hazardous amounts of volcanic ash fall and gases.
Extreme heat kills more people in the United States than any other type of hazardous weather and will likely become even deadlier due to climate change.
A new study says that the planet’s wildlife is increasingly under the boot of humanity.
Tropical Storm Claudia is battling wind shear as it continues moving away from Western Australia and through the Southern Indian Ocean.
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