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Decadal and Regional Climate Prediction using Earth System Models - News


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skyline of the city of Los Angeles Climate change threatens to worsen U.S. ozone pollution
Released May 5, 2014
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image of a corn field Warming climate may spread drying to a third of Earth, says study
Released March 31, 2014
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image of the globe showing the Arctic ocean Storing carbon in the Arctic
Released December 4, 2013
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rain rolls in on agricultural land Geoengineering the climate could reduce vital rains
Released October 31, 2013
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ozone hole over Antarctica (in purple) Ozone-protection treaty had climate benefits, too, study says
Released August 5, 2013
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