Abstract The darkening of the snow surface by light absorbing particles (LAPs) impacts snow albedo directly by increasing absorption of
IGF::OT::IGF CLOUDSAT AND CALIPSO SCIENCE TEAM IN THIS EFFORT THE FOCUS IS ON DEVELOPING A NEW PASSIVE TECHNIQUE TO SIMULTANEOUSLY RETRIEVE THE
Glaciers in West Antarctica have thinned and accelerated in the last few decades. A new paper provides some of the first evidence
A guest post by Nic Lewis Judith Curry and I have now updated the LC15 paper with a new paper that has been published in the Journal of Climate
I received a request from John Nielsen-Gammon to answer several questions that he passed on from retired NASA Personnal and Associates. I have
In 2007, I posted Presentation On Global Change and Climate Change By Jon Foley At The April 4-6, 2007 NASA Land-Cover and Land-Use Change
I was invited to answer a set of questions motivated by Anthony Watt’s excellent surface temperature project [see www.surfacestations.
Recent studies have projected temperature increases of 2.7-3.5C by 2100 associated with the current Intended Nationally Determined Contributions
Abstract It is important but difficult to measure the shortwave radiative forcing of the dust aerosols over land from satellite observed
Abstract One unique long-range transport event with multiple layers of aerosol plumes was observed over Taiwan during March 29 – 31, 2006. A
Event greening Q&A
She watched a YouTube video on how to find diamonds — then spotted a 3.
2019 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup Number 34
Will the real Mr. No-Deal step forward please?
The Latest: Trump dining with G-7 leaders in France
Economic storm clouds hovering over Trump and global leaders