Clouds are notoriously hard to pin down, especially in climate science.
Tag: Climate Model
Scientists identify the most extreme heatwaves ever recorded globally
A new study has revealed the most intense heatwaves ever across the world – and remarkably some of these went almost unnoticed decades ago.
Changes in vegetation shaped global temperatures over last 10,000 years
Follow the pollen. Warmer temperatures brought plants — and then came even warmer temperatures, according to new model simulations published April 15 in Science Advances.
Geoengineering is Just a Partial Solution to Fight Climate Change
Could we create massive sulfuric acid clouds that limit global warming and help meet the 2015 Paris international climate goals, while reducing unintended impacts? Yes, in theory, according to a Rutgers co-authored study in the journal Earth System Dynamics. Spraying sulfur dioxide into the upper atmosphere at different locations, to form sulfuric acid clouds that block some solar radiation, could be adjusted every year to keep global warming at levels set in the Paris goals. Such technology is known as geoengineering or climate intervention.