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Warning from the Past: Future Global Warming Could Be Even Warmer

12 hours ago − University of Copenhagen - Niels Bohr Institute
Future global warming will not only depend on the amount of emissions from man-made greenhouse gasses, but will also depend on the sensitivity of the climate system and response to feedback mechanisms. By reconstructing past global warming and the carbon cycle on Earth 56 million years ago, researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute among others have used computer modelling to estimate the potential perspective for future global warming, which…
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• New Study Highlights Hidden Values of Open Ocean − 12 hours ago
• Volcanoes Get Quiet Before They Erupt! − 12 hours ago
• Siberian Larch Forests Are Still Linked to the Ice Age − 12 hours ago
• Experts Examine the Environmental Impact of Crime − Yesterday
• Rare Moth in Severe Decline at Its Last English Site − Yesterday
• Ocean Forecast Offers Seasonal Outlook for Pacific Northwest Waters − Yesterday
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94-million-year-old Climate Change Event Holds Clues for Future
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06-24-16

Warning from the Past: Future Global Warming Could Be Even Warmer

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Experts Examine the Environmental Impact of Crime
New research indicates that crime committed in 2011 in England and Wales gave rise to more than 4 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalents. …
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06-23-16

Rare Moth in Severe Decline at Its Last English Site
Numbers of a rare species of moth - found only in York in England - have tumbled in recent years, a team including researchers from the University of York…
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06-24-16

Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
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Explosive Renewables Development Can Deliver on Paris

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06-24-16

Better Information Needed to Understand Extreme Weather
Scientists need more credible and relevant information to help communities become more resilient to extreme weather events such as floods, a University of Exeter expert has said. Researchers…
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06-23-16

A 'Fitbit' for Plants?

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'Coral Zombies' May Spell Doom for Coral Reefs Around World

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06-22-16

Deficit Irrigation from Ebb And Flow System Effective for Poinsettia
NEW HAVEN/STORRS, CT - As supplies of high-quality irrigation water become more limited, horticultural production operations are looking for alternative systems that can reduce water needs while ensuring healthy…
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06-22-16

Cosmopolitan Snow Algae Accelerate the Melting of Arctic Glaciers

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Climate Change
Better Information Needed to Understand Extreme Weather

12 hours ago − University of Exeter
Scientists need more credible and relevant information to help communities become more resilient to extreme weather events such as floods, a University of Exeter expert has said. Researchers need improved techniques to be able to understand why the climate is changing, and the part humans play in this process, according to Professor Peter Stott, who also leads the Climate Monitoring and Attribution team at the Met Office. …
• New Study Highlights Hidden Values of Open Ocean − 12 hours ago
• Siberian Larch Forests Are Still Linked to the Ice Age − 12 hours ago
• Experts Examine the Environmental Impact of Crime − Yesterday
• Explosive Renewables Development Can Deliver on Paris − Yesterday
• 94-million-year-old Climate Change Event Holds Clues for Future − Yesterday
• Sierra Nevada Snowpack Not Likely to Recover from Drought Until 2019 − 2 days ago
 
Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

Satellites Sees Tropical Storm Danielle Born Along Mexico Coast


4 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA Examined Tropical Storm Colin's Heavy Rainfall from Space − 15 days ago
• NASA Sees Post-Tropical Storm Colin Headed into History − 16 days ago
• NASA Sees Slow-moving Tropical Depression 1E over Southern Mexico − 17 days ago
• NASA Sees Colin Come Calling on the US Southeast − 17 days ago
• NASA Satellite Sees Heavy Rain in Tropical Depression Bonnie − 20 days ago
• NASA Sees a Redeveloped Tropical Depression Bonnie over North Carolina − 21 days ago
 
El Niño, La Niña

How El Niño Impacts Global Temperatures


15 days ago − Australian National University
• Sierra Nevada Snowpack Not Likely to Recover from Drought Until 2019 − 2 days ago
• El Nino Drives Fastest Annual Increase on Record of Carbon Dioxide − 11 days ago
• El Niño Made a Nuisance of Itself in 2015 − 14 days ago
• Ocean Forecast Offers Seasonal Outlook for Pacific Northwest Waters − Yesterday
• Danger from Extreme Storms And High Seas to Rise − 16 days ago
• Coral Bleaching 'Lifeboat' Could Be Just Beneath the Surface − 1 months ago
 
Earthquake

New Analysis Reveals Large-scale Motion Around San Andreas Fault System


4 days ago − University of Hawaii at Manoa
• EARTH: Double Trouble − 8 days ago
• University of Montana Researcher Helps Break Ground on Forecasting Earthquakes − 9 days ago
• Mounting Tension in the Himalaya − 11 days ago
• EARTH: Seeing the Seafloor in High Definition − 20 days ago
• Studying Life on the Rocks − 24 days ago
• EARTH: The Most Dangerous Fault in America − 1 months ago
 
Volcano

Chemical Emitted by Trees Can Impact St. Louis' Ozone Levels


1 months ago − Washington University in St. Louis
• Arc Volcano Releases Mix of Material from Earth's Mantle And Crust − 11 days ago
• Volcanoes Get Quiet Before They Erupt! − 12 hours ago
• NASA Satellite Data Could Help Reduce Flights Sidelined by Volcanic Eruptions − 1 months ago
• The Oldest Crystals in the World − 1 months ago
• Accounting for Volcanoes Using Tools of Economics − 2 months ago
 
Tsunami

Ocean Currents Push Phytoplankton - And Pollution - Around the Globe Faster Than Thought


2 months ago − Princeton University
• Ancient Tsunami Evidence on Mars Reveals Life Potential − 1 months ago
• New Research Estimates Probability of Mega-earthquake in the Aleutians − 1 months ago
• Chile Quake at Epicenter of Expanding Disaster And Failure Data Repository − 1 months ago
• Preparations for a US West Coast Tsunami Look to the Past And Future − 2 months ago
• EARTH: Double Trouble − 8 days ago
 
Ecology

Neutralizing Acidic Forest Soils Boosts Tree Growth, Causes Spike in Nitrogen Export


2 days ago − Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
• Experts Examine the Environmental Impact of Crime − Yesterday
• 700-year-old West African Soil Technique Could Help Mitigate Climate Change − 7 days ago
• Droughts Across Europe Affect British Trees Most − 9 days ago
• Modern Mussel Shells Much Thinner Than 50 Years Ago − 9 days ago
• Islands And Their Ecosystems − 10 days ago
 
Geology, Earth Science

University of Toronto-led Research Suggests Some Major Changes to Geology Textbooks


14 days ago − University of Toronto
• EARTH: Double Trouble − 8 days ago
• 94-million-year-old Climate Change Event Holds Clues for Future − Yesterday
• Popcorn-like Fossils Provide Evidence of Environmental Impacts on Species Numbers − 14 days ago
• Researchers Take Prints of Storms on the Ocean Floor − 16 days ago
• EARTH: Seeing the Seafloor in High Definition − 20 days ago
 
Meteorology

Wildfires: More People, Less Fires


1 months ago − Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
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• Plants Boost Extreme Temperatures by 5°C − 3 months ago
• NASA's Aqua Satellite Sees Tropical Cyclone 16P Form in Gulf of Carpentaria − 3 months ago
 
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