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    California’s Natural Reserve System Has Sights On Climate

    University of California’s Natural Reserve System is the largest of its kind in the world, capturing data at 39 sites to help climate studies and more.

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    Warming Waters Threaten Marine Species On US Coasts

    Key marine species on the East and West coasts of the United States face an uncertain future thanks to climate change, say Cornell University scientists.

    • Posted 6 months ago
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    Burning Permafrost: Handheld Water Quality Meters Track Impacts

    Peristaltic pumps and handheld water quality meters aid Woods Hole Research Center scientists studying impacts of fire to Yukon River Delta permafrost.

    • Posted 6 months ago
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    Global Temperatures In 2016

    An infographic from the Environmental Monitor looks at global temperatures in 2016, records that have been broken and how it compares to the past.

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    How Will Climate Change Affect Adelie Penguins?

    University of Delaware scientists use satellite data and models to project what impacts climate change could have on Adelie penguins in the Antarctic.

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    Method Tracks Global Warming In Real Time

    A team of scientists has developed a way to track the rate of global warming in real time using computer models that focus on global surface temperatures.

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    Amidst Temperature Records, Southern Ocean Is Cooling

    MIT scientists use circulation models to study the Southern Ocean, which is cooling despite warming trends.

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    Warming Linked To Lake Tanganyika Fish Declines

    U. of Arizona investigators lead an effort using sediment cores and dissolved oxygen records to link Lake Tanganyika fish declines and global warming.

    • Posted 7 months ago
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    South Pole Reaches Carbon Dioxide Milestone

    Though its remote location has largely protected it from climate change effects happening in the rest of the world, the South Pole is still vulnerable to global warming. Recent data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration...

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    May 2016 Global Temperatures Hottest Ever Recorded

    A super El Niño event in 2016 combined with anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions has so far created the hottest year in over 136 years, NASA scientists believe. Researchers are troubled by the trend, as 2014 and 2015...

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    For Some Bees, Climate Change Could Be Good

    The latest scientific buzz is that climate change could be good for certain bees, according to a press release from Pensoft Publishers. Australian small carpenter bees’ numbers seemed to have increased exponentially after the previous Ice Age.The...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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    Carbon Dioxide Reservoir Solves Puzzle Of Ice Age Climate Change

    At a depth of 2,000 to 4,300 meters under the South Pacific, researchers from Alfred Wegener Institute and their collaborators have discovered evidence of a large reservoir that finally reveals where atmospheric carbon dioxide went during the...

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    Climate Report Looks At Michigan Public Health Impacts

    A new report released by researchers at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan describes changing climate conditions as threats to public health in the state, according to a release. Those conditions include things like warmer...

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    Ancient Citizen Scientists Captured Early Signs Of Global Warming

    Data taken centuries ago on two bodies of water, Finland’s Tome River and Japan’s Lake Suwa, show some of the same early signs of global warming. The data taken by Finnish merchants and Japanese Shinto priests, respectively,...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • The Enchytraeidae family includes at least 600 species and is found in abundance in the upper five centimetres of soil with dead organic material. (Credit: Aarhus University)
    Worms Show Rapid Adaptation To Climate Change

    Scientists at Aarhus University have found that evolution can occur quickly…or at least it can for slow worms. The Chamaedrilus species, which belongs to the Enchytraeidae family, is an important species of worm that occurs all over...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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