Warm Nights Could Flood the Atmosphere with Carbon under Climate Change

Monday, Dec 7, 2015

study led by Princeton University researchers suggests that hotter nights may wield more influence than previously thought over the planet's atmosphere as global temperatures rise — and could eventually lead to more carbon flooding the atmosphere.  Former and current AOS/CICS scientists Joe MajkutClaudie BeaulieuJorge Sarmiento, and Elena Shevliakova are among the paper's coauthors.

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