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Scientists at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory use models and observations to understand tropical storms and advance the science of predicting them.
Climate change will intensify winds that steer hurricanes north over Texas in the late 21st century, increasing the odds for fast-moving storms like 2008’s Ike, compared with slow-movers like 2017’s Harvey, says new research.
Climate scientist Suzana Camargo shares some cautionary words.
Earth Institute experts in public health and disaster response are publishing leading-edge findings and advising governments on the coronavirus pandemic. Researchers are also examining the local and global fallout for environment, climate, energy and health systems, philanthropy, culture and education.
According to new research, the rains that come once the storm has weakened may actually be more intense than when the storm is at its strongest.
Sources and story ideas for journalists during ‘Covering Climate Now,’ Climate Week, and beyond.
A new study finds that as air circulation patterns change with the climate, coastal states could get hit with stronger hurricanes.
A new study is the first to untangle the effects of volcanic eruptions and El Niño events on hurricane patterns.
By enhancing climate models, a project will help to improve forecasts of intense hurricanes like Hurricane Florence.