Rising Sea Levels Are Already Altering Tides In Chesapeake Bay
Rising Sea Levels Are Already Altering Tides In Chesapeake Bay
by Patricia L. Craig-Penn State
Researchers have found evidence that sea-level rise is already affecting high and low tides in both the Chesapeake and…
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Even A Modest Warming Will Raise Europe’s Flood Risk
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In Extreme Weather Both Heat And Cold Can Kill
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El Niño Causes West Antarctica’s Ice Shelves To Gain Height Yet Lose Mass
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Jet Stream Changes Are Linked To Europe’s Extreme Weather
Jet Stream Changes Are Linked To Europe’s Extreme Weather
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Increased fluctuations in the path of the North Atlantic jet stream since the 1960s coincide with more extreme weather…
Post-fire Mudslide Problems Aren’t New And Likely To Get Worse
Post-fire Mudslide Problems Aren’t New And Likely To Get Worse
by Lee MacDonald, Colorado State University
Several weeks after a series of wildfires blackened nearly 500 square miles in Southern California, a large winter…
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