Browse Sites By Tag: climate change
newscientist.com — The hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica is continuing to recover and it is leading to changes in atmospheric circulation – the flow of air over Earth’s surface that causes winds. Using data from satellite observations and climate simulations, Antara Banerjee at the University of Colorado Bould…
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blog.ucsusa.org — The New York Times reported this week that a senior employee at the Department of the Interior (DOI) is pressuring scientists to include inaccurate information about climate change in agency reports. So far at least nine different reports have been affected in what may be violations of the departmen…
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cbsnews.com — New snapshots capture the 20% loss of snow on Eagle Island after Antarctica hit a record-breaking 64.9 degrees Fahrenheit earlier this month. Full Article >>
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nbcnews.com — Climate change could wipe out almost all coral reef habitats around the world by 2100, according to research released Monday. The bleak outlook forecasts that warming oceans and rising seas could have a devastating impact on ocean ecosystems, suggesting that efforts to restore dying corals will lik…
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nbcnews.com — The planet experienced its hottest January in recorded history last month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday. It was the 44th consecutive January, and the 421st consecutive month, with temperatures above the 20th century average, according to NOAA. The milestone…
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cnet.com — Researchers studied recent extinctions from climate change to estimate how many species could be gone by 2070. Full Article >>
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phys.org — The temperature in northern Antarctica hit nearly 65 degrees (18.3 degrees Celsius), a likely heat record on the continent best known for snow, ice and penguins. Full Article >>
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boredpanda.com — The moment that the whole world has been waiting for has finally come around – Australia received heavy rain, severe thunderstorms, and flash floods. The downpours have already helped to extinguish 32 bushfires in New South Wales alone as the number of fires fell from 120 to 88 on Thursday. The Bure…
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theguardian.com — Oceans are clearest measure of climate crisis as they absorb 90% of heat trapped by greenhouse gases. Full Article >>
13.01.2020 0 comments From Alex
sciencealert.com — The climate changes we humans have inflicted on the planet are now so deeply embedded, they are showing up in our daily weather. Full Article >>
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