The accuracy of climate predictions depends crucially on how the ocean circulation of the North Atlantic is incorporated into climate models, a study shows. Katinka Bellomo, National Research Council of Italy, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate explains the findings.
New study: Tipping might be avoided
Getting the IPCC to focus more on tipping
Ocean currents might tip before we expect it
How we risk losing the Amazon in the next decades
Droughts in the Amazon rainforest can now be predicted
Confirmed: Sudden climate changes during ice ages influenced whole planet
On your own on an ice sheet
The urgency of understanding tipping points
Tipping Sahara from desert to green and back
We narrowly missed an ice age 100 years ago
How much will a doubling of CO2 change Earth temperatures?
The climate system is noisy like an uncoordinated orchestra
Future weather in your part of the world
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