Understanding how glaciers interact with the ocean is akin to piecing together a colossal jigsaw puzzle. Various icebreaker expeditions to remote fjords in northern Greenland showed that the shape of the seafloor is one of the key pieces of that puzzle.
This study examines the consequences of droughts and forest fires on the Indonesian island of Kalimantan. The researchers first create maps showing the eleven contributing factors that have the greatest impact on forest fires and droughts.
Cornell researchers’ “leaf-level” visualization of every tree in New York City – and how much shade each provides – could inform new strategies for mitigating extreme heat there, and in other cities coping with record-breaking temperatures.
Sea level rise will create a changing coastal landscape. Researchers have created a dataset of future shoreline projections for a portion of Italy0s coastline to inform policy-makers and citizens, and to produce easily accessible information.
Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici