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Volcanic eruptions, ancient global warming linked
A team of scientists announced today confirmation of a link between massive volcanic eruptions along the east coast of Greenland and in the western British Isles about 55 million years ago and a period of global warming that raised sea surface temperatures by 5 degrees (Celsius) in the tropics and more than 6 degrees in the Arctic. (2007-04-26)
American Museum Of Natural History 5th Annual Earth And Planetary Sciences Lecture Series -- Climate: Change And Discovery
In October, the American Museum of Natural History presents its fifth annual Earth and Planetary Sciences Lecture Series -- Climate: Change and Discovery. (1998-10-01)
Greenland is melting -- The past might tell what the future holds
A team of scientists lead by Danish geologist Nicolaj Krog Larsen have managed to quantify how the Greenland Ice Sheet reacted to a warm period 8,000-5,000 years ago. (2015-02-20)
Deep oceans can mask global warming for decade-long periods
The planet's deep oceans at times may absorb enough heat to flatten the rate of global warming for periods of as long as a decade even in the midst of longer-term warming, according to a new analysis led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. (2011-09-18)
Long-term global warming not driven naturally
By examining how Earth restores equilibrium after periods of natural warming, a study by Duke University and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory reinforces that long-term global temperature does not evolve chaotically but remains stable unless pushed by external factors. (2016-02-01)
Earth likely to warm 4-7 degrees by 2100
There's a nine out of ten chance that global average temperatures will rise 3-9 degrees Fahrenheit over the coming century, with a 4-7 degree increase most likely, according to a new probability analysis by scientists in the United States and Europe. (2001-07-19)
New long-lived greenhouse gas discovered by University of Toronto chemistry team
Scientists from U of T's Department of Chemistry have discovered a novel chemical lurking in the atmosphere that appears to be a long-lived greenhouse gas. (2013-12-09)
Scientists outline long-term sea-level rise in response to warming of planet
A new study estimates that global sea levels will rise about 2.3 meters, or more than seven feet, over the next several thousand years for every degree (Celsius) the planet warms. (2013-07-15)
Scientists identify climate 'tipping points'
An international team of scientists have identified potential 'tipping points' where abrupt regional climate shifts could occur due to global warming. (2015-10-15)
Study reveals 82 percent of the core ecological processes are now affected by climate change
A new study representing an international collaboration by ecologists and conservation biologists shows that global changes in climate have already impacted every aspect of life on Earth, from genes to entire ecosystems. (2016-11-14)
Satellite instruments reveal evidence the atmosphere has gotten warmer and wetter over the past decade
Frank Wentz, a physicist at Remote Sensing Systems in Santa Rosa, Calif., has confirmed that the atmosphere has gotten warmer and wetter over the last decade. (2000-01-26)
Researchers identify human fingerprint on Indo-Pacific warm pool growth
A team of researchers led by Even Weller and Seung-Ki Min at POSTECH, Korea, have provided the first quantitative attribution of the Indo-Pacific warm pool (IPWP) warming and its expansion over the course of the past 60 years, examining human influences and natural contributions. (2016-07-01)
Temperature anomalies are warming faster than Earth's average
It's widely known that the Earth's average temperature has been rising. (2014-12-09)
Deep oceans may mask global warming for years at a time
Earth's deep oceans may absorb enough heat at times to flatten the rate of global warming for periods of as long as a decade -- even in the midst of longer-term warming. (2011-09-19)
NASA study projects warming-driven changes in global rainfall
A NASA-led modeling study provides new evidence that global warming may increase the risk for extreme rainfall and drought. (2013-05-03)
Study finds local temperature influences belief in global warming
A study by the Center for Decision Sciences at Columbia Business School explains why public belief in global warming can fluctuate -- the study finds people can base their thinking off of the day's temperature. (2011-05-27)
Global warming is reducing ocean life, increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide, say scientists
Alarming new satellite data show that the warming of the world's oceans is reducing ocean life while contributing to increased global warming. (2006-12-06)
Sun's direct role in global warming may be underestimated, Duke physicists report
At least 10 to 30 percent of global warming measured during the past two decades may be due to increased solar output rather than factors such as increased heat-absorbing carbon dioxide gas released by various human activities, two Duke University physicists report. (2005-09-30)
Changing Antarctic waters could trigger steep rise in sea levels
Current changes in the ocean around Antarctica are disturbingly close to conditions 14,000 years ago that new research shows may have led to the rapid melting of Antarctic ice and an abrupt 3-4 meter rise in global sea level. (2014-10-01)
Americans favor conservation, but few practice it
Most Americans like the idea of conservation, but few practice it in their everyday lives, according to the results of a national survey released today by researchers at Yale and George Mason universities. (2010-02-16)
1.5 C vs 2 C global warming: New study shows why half a degree matters
European researchers found substantially different climate change impacts for global warming of 1.5°C and 2°C by 2100, the two temperature limits of the Paris climate agreement. (2016-04-21)
Improved crop production and fewer greenhouse gases
Kevin G. Harrison, an assistant professor in Boston College's Geology and Geophysics Department, has published research on a farming technique that can both increase crop yields and reduce the release of carbons that develop into greenhouse gases. (2004-03-29)
Floridians believe global warming will have dangerous impacts on the state
A new survey of Floridians finds that most are convinced that global warming is happening now and that more should be done by key leaders to help Florida deal with climate change. (2008-06-24)
Century of data shows intensification of water cycle but no increase in storms or floods
A review of the findings from more than 100 peer-reviewed studies shows that although many aspects of the global water cycle have intensified, including precipitation and evaporation, this trend has not consistently resulted in an increase in the frequency or intensity of tropical storms or floods over the past century. (2006-03-15)
Human-caused warming likely led to recent streak of record-breaking temperatures
It is 'extremely unlikely' 2014, 2015 and 2016 would have been the warmest consecutive years on record without the influence of human-caused climate change, according to the authors of a new study. (2017-08-10)
US crop yields could wilt in heat
Yields of three of the most important crops produced in the United States -- corn, soybeans and cotton -- are predicted to fall off a cliff if temperatures rise due to climate change. (2009-08-24)
Cold-blooded animals grow bigger in the warm on land, but smaller in warm water
Scientists studying arthropods, the group of cold-blooded animals that includes crabs and insects, have found that individuals within species living on land tend to grow to a larger size in the warm and nearer the equator, but that the reverse is true of species found in water. (2015-02-15)
Enhanced nitrous oxide emissions found in field warming experiment in the Arctic
A new study from the University of Eastern Finland provides the first field-based evidence that Arctic N2O emissions increase when the Arctic is warming; and that hampered plant growth plays a substantial role in regulating Arctic greenhouse gas exchange. (2016-11-21)
Researchers find new evidence of warming
A study of three remote lakes in Ecuador led by Queen's University researchers has revealed the vulnerability of tropical high mountain lakes to global climate change -- the first study of its kind to show this. (2015-02-09)
Record-breaking marine heatwave powered by climate change cooks Tasmania's fisheries
Climate change has warmed the waters east of Tasmania at four times the speed of the global average. (2017-07-17)
1.5°C Paris Agreement target could net six million tons of fish annually
Meeting the Paris Agreement global warming target of 1.5°C will have large benefits to fisheries, finds a new Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program study published in Science. (2016-12-22)
University of Hawaii at Manoa team going after regional climate patterns of global warming
Analyzing global model warming projections in models used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a team of scientists headed by meteorologist Shang-Ping Xie at UH Mānoa's International Pacific Research Center, finds that ocean temperature patterns in the tropics and subtropics will change in ways that will lead to significant changes in rainfall patterns. (2010-02-25)
NASA finds 2004 fourth warmest in over a century
Last year was the fourth warmest year on average for our planet since the late 1800s, according to NASA scientists. (2005-02-09)
Climate change may prevent volcanoes from cooling the planet
New UBC research shows that climate change may impede the cooling effect of volcanic eruptions. (2016-11-16)
Carbon release and global warming now and in the ancient past
The present rate of greenhouse carbon dioxide emissions through fossil fuel burning is higher than that associated with an ancient episode of severe global warming, according to new research. (2011-06-07)
Despite lower CO2 emissions, diesel cars may promote more global warming than gasoline cars
Laws that favor the use of diesel, rather than gasoline, engines in cars may actually encourage global warming. (2002-10-21)
Global climate target could net additional six million tons of fish annually
If countries abide by the Paris Agreement global warming target of 1.5 degrees Celsius, potential fish catches could increase by six million metric tons per year, according to a new study published in Science. (2016-12-22)
Summer could be one long heatwave if planet hits 2 degrees C
New paper highlighting how heatwaves will change with every degree of global warming up to 5 degrees C. (2017-09-27)
Long-term warming likely to be significant despite recent slowdown
A new NASA study shows Earth's climate likely will continue to warm during this century on track with previous estimates, despite the recent slowdown in the rate of global warming. (2014-03-11)
2007 was tied as Earth's second warmest year
Climatologists at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City have found that 2007 tied with 1998 for Earth's second warmest year in a century. (2008-01-16)
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