Tag: Geophysical Research Letters

Clouds Do Not Cause Climate Change

Despite recent scientific speculation to the contrary, clouds do not cause climate change, says Texas A&M atmospheric sciences professor Andrew Dessler. Rather, they act almost singularly as a feedback mechanism.

Arctic Ice as Likely to Grow as Melt in Immediate Future

The trending loss of ice in the Arctic has been seen as one of the most prominent outcomes of the 20th century warming, but in the next few decades it could as easily grow as it could continue to shrink, according to new research.

Satellites, GPS Capture Migrating Greenland Ice Cover Loss [VIDEO]

According to a recently published paper in the journal Geophysical Research Letters (Khan et al), Greenland’s ice mass loss has been accelerating and is now spreading up along its northwest coast, with data indicating the start of this acceleration to be late 2005.