The science behind climate extremes is fascinating and diverse.
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Rainfall is on the rise in northwest Australia
The increasing rainfall trends observed in northwest Australia have significant implications for the region’s ecosystems, communities, and industries.
Is there a link between heatwaves on land and heatwaves in the ocean?
Heatwaves in the ocean are having major impacts on heatwaves on land.
What is ocean biogeochemistry?
The oceans’ biology and chemistry influence the climate because ocean, atmospheric and land processes are all interconnected.
New study helps solve a 30-year-old puzzle: how is climate change affecting El Niño and La Niña?
We can expect more intense and frequent El Niño and La Niña events.
Global warming to bring record hot year by 2028 – probably our first above 1.5°C limit
We have understood the solution for decades. We must reduce emissions to net zero to stop warming Earth.
Smoke from the Black Summer fires could have made the triple La Niña more likely
Our atmosphere, oceans and lands are constantly interacting with each other.