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    North Atlantic Ocean. Credit: Radius Images / Alamy Stock Photo. D43M9P

    Slowdown of Atlantic conveyor belt could trigger ‘two decades’ of rapid global warming

    大西洋洋流将放缓warm water up to Europe from the tropics could trigger “a period of rapid global surface warming�...Read More

    Oceans| Jul 18. 2018.

    Major correction to satellite data shows 140% faster warming since 1998

    A new paper published in the Journal of Climate reveals that the lower part of the Earth's atmosphere has warmed much faster since 1979 than scientist...Read More

    Global temperature| Jun 30. 2017.

    Study: Why troposphere warming differs between models and satellite data

    The most common measure of global temperature rise is here on the Earth’s surface, but scientists also gather data on how temperatures in the atmosp...Read More

    Global temperature| Jun 21. 2017.
    Clouds over the Atlantic Ocean

    Factcheck: Mail on Sunday's 'astonishing evidence' about global temperature rise

    This is a guest post by Zeke Hausfather, a climate scientist and energy systems analyst at Berkeley Earth, an independent temperature analysis project...Read More

    xinyabo购彩 | Feb 5. 2017.
    Shanghai's skyline in a sea of clouds

    Clouds dampened warming since 1980s, study shows

    A new study helps unravel one of the biggest uncertainties for scientists making climate change projections - how clouds will be affected as the Earth...Read More

    Climate sensitivity| Oct 31. 2016.
    Power plant and a village in early morning in winter, north China

    Aerosol emissions key to the surface warming ‘slowdown’, study says

    In the early 2000s, the rate of warming at the Earth’s surface was slower than scientists expected, despite the continued accumulation of CO2 in the...Read More

    GHGs and aerosols|| Jun 20. 2016.
    French Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General of World Meteorological Organization, (WMO), speaks to the media about the WMO Greenhouse Gas Bulletin during a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland

    The Carbon Brief Interview: Michel Jarraud

    Michel Jarraud is the long-serving Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), due to leave office at the end of 2015 after more...Read More

    Interviews| Dec 22. 2015.
    NOAA's latest weather model showing the surface temperature of the US in 2014

    No 'slowdown' in global surface temperatures after all, study finds

    A new paper published today says the much-discussed "slowdown" in warming at Earth's surface may not exist after all. The study, published in the jo...Read More

    Hiatus| Jun 4. 2015.
    Clear blue ocean

    Surface warming 'hiatus' could stick around another five years, say scientists

    Don't be surprised if the slower pace of warming we're seeing at the Earth's surface lasts for another five years, scientists say. A new paper out to...Read More

    Hiatus| Feb 23. 2015.
    Volcano erupting in Iceland

    How small volcanic eruptions may have slowed surface temperature rise

    Yesterday, the Daily Mail reported on new research that suggests small volcanic eruptions have a bigger effect on the climate system than scientists...Read More

    Hiatus| Jan 13. 2015.

    Five bits of research that shaped climate science in 2014

    Climate science never stops developing. Over the course of the year we've covered a myriad of scientific studies, some of which have made the news, an...Read More

    Temperature|Ice| Dec 26. 2014.
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