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Clustered hurricanes reduce impact on ecosystems

New research has found that hurricane activity is 'clustered' rather than random, which has important long-term implications for coastal ecosystems and human population. 

Climate experts join international health conference

Climate and health experts from the Met Office and the University of Exeter will be heading to Africa for a conference to help fight life-threatening diseases across the continent.

Professor honoured by election to Academia Europaea

Professor David Stephenson from the Mathematics Research Institute at the University of Exeter has been elected to become a member of the prestigious Academia Europaea.

Exeter climate research highlights the ‘compost bomb’

The rate of global warming could lead to a rapid release of carbon from peatlands that would further accelerate global warming.

Global CO2 emissions back on the rise in 2010

Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions – the main contributor to global warming – show no sign of abating and may reach record levels in 2010, according to a study led by the University of Exeter.

Exeter climate scientists in China for first IPCC author meeting

Four experts from the mathematics research institute at the University of Exeter recently headed to Kunming, China, for the first author meeting for what is set to be the world’s most comprehensive assessment report on climate change.

Exeter’s role in major climate research programme

A major international research programme aiming to solve some of the fundamental issues facing climate prediction is being led by experts from the University of Exeter.

Exeter academic contributes to major climate change report

Global climate change is accelerating beyond expectations and the human role is now firmly established, according to a new global scientific synthesis prepared by some of the world’s top climate scientists.

Exeter academic addresses top climate researchers in Copenhagen

The University of Exeter’s Met Office Chair in Climate System Dynamics, Professor Peter Cox, has addressed the world’s leading climate researchers in Copenhagen.

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