As more CO2 goes into the atmosphere, Japanese cedar plantations keep removing some of it, even as they exceed their initially allotted life span... Read More
Risk of Warming via Methane Release by Permafrost Degradation (25 Feb 2014)
Several researchers have speculated that high-latitude methane emissions, which could potentially represent a strong feedback to the climate system, might increase as climate change warms and melts permafrost. This new study suggests otherwise... Read More
As the air’s CO2 content rises, the abundance of health-promoting adenosine derived from the roots of the Chinese Woad plant should grow right along with it, to the benefit of many people with a number of different health problems... Read More
A Climate Model that Apparently Produces No Realistic Predictions (18 Feb 2014)
So say the authors of a study examining the influence of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation variability on atmospheric circulation... Read More
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A better freshwater future is likely in store for humanity in a CO2-enriched world of the future, and that’s a good thing!... Read More
Simulating the South Asian Monsoon: A Revealing Status Update (11 Feb 2014)
In spite of some significant improvements over earlier versions of the three models studied by the authors of this paper, they report “many biases are still present” and the latest versions of the models “still have simulation errors that need further consideration,” revealing the...