SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Scientists determined that temperatures were 11 degrees cooler during the last ice age—and that finding has implications for modern-day warming. Listen to the podcast on Scientific American’s 60-Second Science.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Starting in the next century, atmospheric carbon levels could begin to approach those of hundreds of millions of years ago, and have their warming effect augmented by a brighter sun. Listen to the podcast at Scientific American’s 60-Second Science.
Could a new approach to climate modeling known as SUMO be the next big trend in climate science? New research presented at the annual meeting of the European Geophysical Union suggests they are on the right track. Find out more at EGU’s Geolog!