Climate & Climate Change

Visualizations of Earth, air, fire, and water
October 12, 2015
Software engineers and scientists collaborate to visualize research.
Engineering for Disaster. Photo: bicycle path channels floodwaters during 2013 storm, Boulder, CO
September 29, 2015
As damages from extreme weather events rise, systems designed to be resilient are more important than ever.
possible ice-free future for the Arctic: still image from sea ice visualization
September 16, 2015
This visualization shows how September sea ice in the Arctic could disappear by the end of this century.
Sea surface temperatures on Aug. 3 in 1997 and 2015
September 03, 2015
The El Niño brewing in the tropical Pacific is on track to become one of the strongest such events in recorded history and may even warm its way past the historic 1997-98 El Niño.
Scientist checks tires for mosquito breeding sites
August 04, 2015
As dengue fever moves north with a warming climate, scientists are looking at multiple factors that can limit outbreaks.
1,000 years of the North Atlantic Oscillation: Map shows NAO conditions in negative phase
July 08, 2015
The research could move scientists closer toward projecting weather patterns in Europe months to years in advance.

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