According to NOAA, the carbon concentration of the atmosphere has raised to 400 ppm, level never reached since millions of years. NASA has posted comments from scientists to this news on its website.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Elodie Tronche May 30.
Robert McLeman published this month (April) an interesting article on the Developments in modeling of climate change-related migration. This article is part of a special issue in the journal climatic…Continue
Started Apr 22
Dear all, Springer is launching a new book format in Climate sciences: This is called SpringerBriefs in Climate Studies, and these are samll books, from 50 until 125 pages. So this is really between an article and a traditional book, but is treated as a book (ISBN etc). The big advantage is that, if you have a study you want to publish but is too long for an article and too small for a big book, you can now still explain your whole study in this new format.
The books can be: a timely…Continue
Posted on October 9, 2012 at 9:52am
The Aquarius mission was designed to better understand the water cycle, how the ocean circulation works (temperature, salinity...) and their influence on climate. It was launched in June 2011and is now in orbit, giving its first results. Last week, the Aquarius team already gave results on the effect of the tropical storm Lee in New Orleans (sept. 2-3 2011): the Aquarius instruments detected a low-salinity level between the Mississippi river delta and the Florida panhandle. This is likely to…Continue
Posted on December 14, 2011 at 10:08am
You are a researcher working on/interested in climate? you are going to the AGU fall meeting 2011? then you can leave your contact details or business card in the Springer booth and we will email you with an invitation to join the ClimateSciNet mailing list. One business card will be randomly…Continue
Posted on December 1, 2011 at 6:00am
The Green Screen: Climate Fix Flicks competition is a new initiative being launched by Climate Scientists from…Continue
Posted on December 1, 2011 at 3:30am