Category Archives: Science

IPCC Scientists Assess the Assessments

The IPCC Assessment Reports are an increasing burden on the climate science community that may have reached its limits, according to the scientists who write them.

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New Thinking About Climate Sensitivity

While climate models struggle to include ever more parts of the climate system, ideas based on simpler models are providing insights into the long-term evolution of climate.

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Tracking Snowpack in a Warming World

NASA’s new airborne observatory gives unprecedented view of melting Sierra snow. New data may help transform how scientists think about snowpack and how a warming climate is changing it.

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Urges Scientists to Speak Out More Loudly

Snowe to AGU about Congress: ‘That Was Then, and This is Now’

Former bipartisan Senator offers AGU scientists reasons for optimism on working with Congress … but also points to stiff obstacles needing to be overcome.

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Advice to Scientists: More Effort on Communications Needed

A Canadian professor says he hopes to soon see a time when climate science researchers and academics up their ante on communications … even if it must come at the expense of ongoing research.

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From Bowels of AGU Fall Conference, Vital Poster Sessions Offer Riches

Too often overlooked and under-appreciated amidst the hundreds of formal high-visibility papers and sessions, the posters offered by scientists worldwide provide a uniquely useful and interesting perspective.

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First 2013 Airborne Poster Tube Spotting: 5:45 AM Eastern

It’s ‘AGU Week,’ so the first of a series of onsite posts from the annual fall conference written by several regular contributors to The Yale Forum.

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