Can 1.5°C prevent the loss of the summer sea ice?
In the years after the warm ENSO events, 1982, 1997, and 2015, the QBO and the ENSO were aligned.
The short answer is about 100 million Olympic-size swimming pools a year.
The Baltic Earth Assessment of Climate Change (BACC) is an effort to establish knowledge about climate change in the Baltic Sea region. Scientists at...
DMI researchers have developed a model that describes the details of melting from the Greenland Ice Sheet.
DMI researchers examine temperature trends in new Radio Occultation data.
The Nordic research council NordForsk has announced support for a new research project, with DMI as a key partner.
Polarportal.org has published this year’s season report. The most important results for the Greenland Ice Sheet and the Arctic sea ice are summed up.
DMI’s next High Perfomance Computing (HPC) facility will be located in Iceland.
55 climate scientists meet next week at DMI to discuss the implications of a 2°C warmer world, when the 3rd General Assembly of the EU-FP7 project,...