MISU researchers Annica Ekman and Srinath Krishnan have, together with colleagues in Sweden and abroad, contributed to the Arctic Monitoring & Assessment Programme report "Impacts of Short-lived Climate Forcers on Arctic Climate, Air Quality, and Human Health".
MISU's professor Annica Ekman is one of the researchers involved in the CRiceS project which brings together 21 international research teams, from Europe, Canada, South Africa, India and Russia, at the forefront of polar and global climate research.
In a commentary and reply paper in Nature Astronomy, French and German researchers P. Augier, C. F. Bolz-Tereick, S. Guelton, and SU Dept of Meteorology researcher Ashwin Mohanan defend the use of Python in scientific codes.
Record-breaking temperatures across the US Great Plains during the Dust Bowl 1930s were caused by long-lasting and intense heatwaves. The US is now at least 2.5 times more likely to experience a Dust Bowl-level heatwave than it was in the 1930s. This shows new research by an international team including Sabine Undorf from the Department of Meteorology at Stockholm University.