New Cloud Study Helps Reconcile Climate Model Predictions with Empirical Data

New climate research results obtained by correcting satellite cloud change data spanning two decades are consistent with observed changes in storm tracks, climate conditions and results produced by global climate models.

New research show a complex and revealing picture of climate sensitivity

Video: New Research on Climate Sensitivity

Climate sensitivity is the degree to which global climate responds to a change in the amount of energy in the climate system. More specifically it is defined as the “equilibrium change in response to changes of the radiative forcing.” In terms of anthropogenic climate change, it indicates how much the climate will change in response to human factors affecting climate, such as…

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