Shifting winds may explain why long-term fluctuations in North Atlantic sea surface temperatures have no apparent influence on Europe’s wintertime temperatures. The findings, published in Nature Communications, could also have implications for how Europe’s climate will evolve amid global warming. In the mid-1990s, scientists assembled the first century-long record of North Atlantic sea surface temperatures […]Continue reading "Winds Hide Atlantic Variability from Europe’s Winters"
What do state-of-the-art underwater cameras, science education in elementary schools and rising sea levels at coastal parks have in common? They’re all topics that students, faculty, and staff at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography will discuss at an upcoming meeting of oceanographers from around the world. Scientists will present their research […]Continue reading "GSO scientists to present research at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016"