26th April 2013 Climate
Irina Mahlstein and colleagues at the University of Colorado have
shown how climate change could cause large and rapid shifts in climate
zones that will allow less time for species to adapt.
26th April 2013 Greenhouse
Ben Stocker and colleagues at the University of Bern have predicted
that climate change induces significant positive feedbacks in emissions
of both methane and nitrous oxide.
26th April 2013 Ash
Dave Reay, of University of Edinburgh and GHGonline, has estimated
that Ash dieback in Britain will cause a 5 million tonne disturbance
to the British vegetation carbon stock.
25th March 2013 Mixed
Johann Bell, and colleagues at the Fisheries Division in New Caledonia,
have found that climate change will have both positive and negative
effects on fisheries in the tropical Pacific.
25th March 2013 Flood
John Beddington, the UK's Chief Scientist, has highlighted the extent
to which past greenhouse gas emissions have already committed us
to increased flood frequency.
29th January 2013 Soil
Serita Frey and colleagues at the University of New Hampshire, US
have found that climate change may result in a change the efficiency
of soil carbon use and the climate feedback response.