Human-caused climate change has played a role in shaping the spread of tropical cyclones in the past 40 years, a study finds.The number of tropical cyclones originating in the North Atlantic and central Pacific has slightly increased, while fewer have occurred in the southern Indian Ocean ...
Human-caused climate change has played a role in shaping the spread of tropical cyclones in the past 40 years, a study finds.The number of tropical cyclones originating in the North ...
A new study shows that high sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the Atlantic played a larger role in a record hurricane season than other possible drivers.
The catastrophic 2017 hurricane season – which included such major hurricane monsters as Harvey, Irma and Maria – was fueled by unusually warm sea water.
"We are experiencing the impacts of global warming unfolding literally in real time."
Find out the science behind an exponentially increased number of floods in the Amazon River over the past century. Hint — the answer involves global warming.
Sea surface temperature variability in the equatorial eastern Atlantic, which is referred to as an Atlantic Niño (Niña) at its warm (cold) phase and peaks in boreal summer, dominates the ...
Recent ocean warming is from a relatively cool baseline, a new study finds.
The Southern Ocean’s ability to suck up much of the carbon that humans pump into the atmosphere is in question.
After a summer of hell, is the Indian Ocean Dipole the smoking gun connecting drought and climate change?
Sometimes connecting climate change to a specific weather event is difficult. With Hurricane Michael, it's not.