Read the full story from MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen.
How is the weather changing as a consequence of global warming? Climate archives provide valuable glimpses into past climate changes, especially into the processes that drive our planet from one climate setting to the next. For humans and ecosystems, however, time spans of just weeks to years, which are the scope of weather events, are often most important. Using a newly developed and tested analytical method, these two aspects have now been merged and the impacts of the most recent global warming on seasonal temperature fluctuations have been described.