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In the News


U News Center: University of Utah | May 14, 2012

Scientists Develop Way to Enforce Future Greenhouse Gas Treaty

Verisk Review | April 12, 2012

Verisk Review recently spoke with Kyle Beatty, about the impact of space weather events, the financial consequences to insurers, and how insurers can manage and evaluate their exposure.

Science Magazine | March 9, 2012

"Cohen et al. ... they show that warming has continued apace and that the seeming slowdown in the upward march of global annual average temperatures is a reflection of marked seasonal differences: Only in the winter has it not gotten warmer."

NASA Science: Science News | February 16, 2012

"Cohen's research is cutting edge and could bring important improvements to forecasting climate and weather over North America and Europe," says Patzert. "Cohen and others are on the threshold of understanding of how climate change affects the behavior of the Arctic Oscillation."--NASA climatologist Bill Patzert of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

WCVBTV | February 10, 2012

"I do think our weather and Europe's weather are tied together," he [Dr. Judah Cohen] said.

BBC Radio 4-Material World | February 9, 2012

"Three cold European winters on the trot, and a faltering in the long term rise in global average temperatures - signs for some that something is wrong with climate science. Not so for forecaster Judah Cohen." --BBC Radio 4 | February 2, 2012

“Sometimes, [scientists] even get it right. One company, Atmospheric and Environmental Research, actually did call for a mild winter in the East."

Herald-Tribune | February 1, 2012

"I would say things are going pretty well over this winter. It's not over yet," Judah Cohen

AAAS: Science Update | January 30, 2012

Arctic warming may actually be keeping winters cold for now, while raising temperatures in the other three seasons.

Moneylife | January 25, 2012

"With much attention on the effects of global warming on the climate system, the recent severe winter weather has heightened global warming scepticism among the general public. Analysis of the most recent observational and modelling data supports links between strong regional cooling trends in the winter and warming trends in the prior seasons."

Financial Times | January 20, 2012

The severe cold experienced in 2009 and 2010 could become a feature of northern hemisphere winters.

Northwest Public Radio | January 17, 2012
CTV | January 15, 2012

International scientists have some bad news for those wondering when global warming will kick in during Canadian winters.

ScienceNOW | January 13, 2012
Environmental Reseach Web | January 13, 2012

"The world is getting warmer, which should mean warmer winters - right? Wrong - a new study shows that global warming produces colder winters and heavier dumps of snow for large swathes of the northern hemisphere."

Yahoo! News UK | January 13, 2012
Chicago Tribune | January 13, 2012
O Globo | January 13, 2012

Heating is a cause of severe winters in the North (Portuguese)