ClimateUEA website goes live

The website for ClimateUEA is now live, at https://www.uea.ac.uk/climate

Influence of Atlantic Sea Surface Temperature patterns on Asian Summer Climate

Are the linkages between Atlantic variability and South/East Asia climate sensitive to the Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomaly patterns in either the North Atlantic or elsewhere? Our new...

New paper: why is the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) associated with wet/dry conditions over northern & southern Europe?

Why is the NAO associated with wet/dry conditions over northern & southern Europe? The common answer that the storm track shifts and supplies more or less moisture to each region is wrong –...

New CRU TS v4 Paper

A new paper describing CRU TS v4 has been published in Nature Sci. Data Full announcement

Drying of regions with Mediterranean-type climates

                            Mediterranean-type climates have mild, wet winters...

Prof Phil Jones one of the world's most highly cited researchers

Ten Norwich Research Park researchers have been named in the top 1% of the world’s most highly cited researchers including Prof Phil Jones from the Climatic Research Unit.  Read more...

Limiting global warming could avoid millions of dengue fever cases

Limiting global warming to 1.5°C could avoid around 3.3 million cases of dengue fever per year in Latin America and the Caribbean alone – according to new research from the University of East...

UEA academics recognised in RMets Awards

Two academics from the School of Environmental Sciences have been recognised for their excellence in meteorology in the 2017 Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) Awards ...

Prof Phil Jones Awarded the 2018 AA S Esteemed Review Paper Prize

Prof Phil Jones’ review paper ‘The reliability of global and hemispheric surface temperature records’ has been awarded the 2018 AAS Esteemed Review Paper Prize. The announcement is made in the...

2017 likely to be third warmest year on record

2017 is likely to be one of the warmest years for global average surface temperature – according to research from the University of East Anglia. Read this full article at:  ...

Professor Keith Briffa

We are deeply saddened by the death of Emeritus Professor Keith Briffa, who died peacefully on Sunday 29 October 2017. Without doubt, Keith’s greatest impact was in the field of...

Increased risk of severe turbulence due to climate change

Flights will be encountering much more turbulence in future, according to the first-ever global projections of in-flight bumpiness from the Universities of East Anglia and Reading.  Read this...

Vacancy: Lecturer in Climate Science

The Climatic Research Unit currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Climate Science.  Full details and the online application form are available on the UEA Human Resources Department...

Better the climate you know

                  New research shows how reducing carbon emissions can prevent billions of people from being exposed...

New book by CRU Associate Fellow Kathleen Pribyl “Farming, Famine and Plague: The Impact of Climate in Late Medieval England”

This new book will be published by Springer next month written by Kathleen Pribyl.  “This book is situated at the cross-roads of environmental, agricultural and economic history and climate...

New reconstructions of summer temperature patterns for the last 1000 years

New reconstructions of summer temperature patterns over the Northern Hemisphere land surface are being published in the 1 May 2017 issue of the journal Quaternary Science Reviews.  These...

Caribbean decision makers benefit from regional-level climate data

Climate data and projection tools developed by CRU scientists working with the University of Newcastle and colleagues in Belize, Cuba and Jamaica during the CDKN-funded CARIWIG project are the...

'Highlights of 2016' by the Journal of Environmental Research letters

A paper with a CRU co-author has been selected as one of the 'highlights of 2016' by the journal Environmental Research Letters.  Full details of Highlights of 2016 are avialable at: ...

Supporting economic assessments of climate change adaptation

An ‘Insight’ on Sourcing and Using Climate Change Information for Economic Assessments of Adaptation written by Clare Goodess is available as part of the newly-launched ECONADAPT Tool Box. Read...

Global temperature targets closer to being breached than thought

Global temperature rise may be closer to the limit recently imposed by world leaders than previously thought, new research has revealed. Read this full article
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