There Was A Record Temperature Surge From 2014 To 2016

There Was A Record Temperature Surge From 2014 To 2016

Mari Jensen-University of Arizona
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Heatwaves Are Worsening And Hot Days Have Doubled In Australia?
by Andrew King, University of Melbourne
The release of the Finkel report has refocused national attention on climate change, and how we know it’s happening.
Seeking Answers On Climate Change, Scientists Venture Into The Vaults Of The Past
Seeking Answers On Climate Change, Scientists Venture Into The Vaults Of The Past
by Andrew Urevig, Esia
Once viewed as esoteric collections of dead and dusty things, natural history museums are finding new life as windows…
What Earlier Springs Mean For Forests
What Earlier Springs Mean For Forests
by Boston University
New research that combines satellite data with on-the-ground measurements, suggests that as global temperatures rise,…
World Greenhouse Gas Levels Made Unprecedented Leap In 2016

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Paul Fraser; Paul Krummel, and Zoe Loh, CSIRO
40 Years Of Measuring The Cleanest Air Reveals Human Fingerprints
40 Years Of Measuring The Cleanest Air Reveals Human Fingerprints
by Sam Cleland, Australian Bureau of Meteorology; Melita Keywood, CSIRO; Paul Fraser, CSIRO, and Paul Krummel, CSIRO
In 2016, an isolated scientific outpost in northwest Tasmania made a historic finding. The Cape Grim Baseline Air…
Research Shows A Revived CO2 Uptake By The Southern Ocean
Research Shows A Revived CO2 Uptake By The Southern Ocean
by Peter Rüegg ETH Zurich
Like a giant lung, the Southern Ocean seasonally absorbs vast amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and…
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by Karen Kohfeld, Simon Fraser University and Zanna Chase, University of Tasmania
Over the past few decades, scientists have monitored the atmosphere and oceans using instruments, gauges and satellites.
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Cockamanie Climate Change Claims
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Sunlight warms Earth's surface. Heat radiates up and is trapped by greenhouse gases (GHGs). Human emissions increase…
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50 Percent Of US Military Bases Report Climate Extremes
by Travis J. Tritten , Washington Examiner
About half of U.S. military facilities around the world have experienced climate extremes and threatening weather,…
There Was A Record Temperature Surge From 2014 To 2016
by Mari Jensen-University of Arizona
Global surface temperatures surged by a record amount from 2014 to 2016, researchers report.
Oceans During 2017 Were the Hottest on Record
by Robert Scribbler
Where does most of the heat trapped by human fossil fuel and other greenhouse gas emissions ultimately end up?
Wild Gyrations in Winter Temperatures. Why?
by Paul Beckwith
Winter temperatures seem to gyrate from extreme cold to extreme warmth, and back again, in an endless repeating cycle.
Australia's Coastal Living Is At Risk From Sea Level Rise
by Sean Ulm, James Cook University; et al
With global sea levels expected to rise by up to a metre by 2100 we can learn much from archaeology about how people…
The Long-term Warming Trend Continued In 2017
by NASA, NOAA
Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2017 ranked as the second warmest since 1880, according to an analysis by NASA.
Global Warming Predictions May Now Be a Lot Less Uncertain
by Matt Simon, Wired Magazine
If one is the loneliest number, two is the most terrifying. Humanity must not pass a rise of 2 degrees Celsius in…
Why Iceland Is Turning Purple
by Egill Bjarnason, Hakai Magazine
Two years before stepping on the moon, Neil Armstrong went salmon fishing in northern Iceland.

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