Stories with the tag: Climate Science
A new analysis of scientists whose work is cited most often by their peers includes six PNNL researchers working in the areas of climate science, energy storage, materials science, and chemistry.
Release Date: 12/18/2015
In a study published in Science today, PNNL scientists and their colleagues show that nations’ pledges to reduce greenhouse gases have the potential to reduce the probability of the highest levels of warming, and increase the probability of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.
Release Date: 11/26/2015
he creation of a new kind of rice which gives off nearly zero greenhouse gas emissions during its growth has earned kudos for a PNNL scientist and colleagues from around the globe.
Release Date: 11/24/2015
The weather patterns known as El Nino and La Nina will likely join forces with global warming to bring extreme weather to California.
Release Date: 10/21/2015
A new memorandum of understanding between PNNL and Arizona State University formalizes the institutions’ research collaboration on topics involving energy security, climate science and sustainability and other aspects of global security.
Release Date: 9/30/2015
Researchers from PNNL will be honored and present new work at the 250th American Chemical Society national meeting, Aug. 16-20.
Release Date: 8/17/2015
Alex Guenther and Phil Rasch have been elected to the rank of Fellow in the American Geophysical Union. They were the only DOE national laboratory staff members selected for the honor this year.
Release Date: 7/30/2015
Now, researchers can track from where soot arises that lands on the Tibetan Plateau and Himalayas, melting its snow early and causing glaciers to retreat.
Release Date: 7/29/2015
Rice – the staple for half the world’s population – now can be grown with virtually no greenhouse gas emissions and more starch for a richer good source.
Release Date: 7/28/2015
The Southern Ocean is one of the cloudiest places on Earth and important to the Southern Hemisphere's atmospheric and oceanic circulation. Ocean life there contributes aerosols that help brighten the clouds by building them up.
Release Date: 7/17/2015