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Some corals grow more deadly & # 39; Warming up

In this undated photo of Science Advances, Cladocora caespitosa coral polyps are submerged in water near the Columbretes islands in the Mediterranean Sea see For the first time, scientists found that corals that were thought to have been killed by heat stress have recovered – a glimmer of hope for the reefs of the world threatened by climate change. The …

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The rare warming of the Antarctic shows the power of stratospheric models

The warming of the stratosphere above the South Pole will affect the weather in the southern hemisphere for several months. Credit: John Sonntag / Planet Pix about Zuma Wire / Shutterstock For the past month, a rare atmospheric phenomenon has been brewing over the Antarctic, raising the upper atmosphere's temperature by 40 degrees, threatening the direction of a reverse Only …

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Pizol Glacier: Swiss funeral due to ice loss due to global warming

Image copyright Getty Images Caption Locals, hikers and environmental activists visited the "funeral march" for the Pizol Glacier On the occasion of a memorial service in the Alps, a Swiss glacier lost to global warming was remembered. Dozens of people attended the "funeral march" on Sunday to mark the disappearance of the Pizol glacier. The glacier in the Glarus Alps …

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Asteroid dust could fix global warming, scientists say

WASHINGTON – A group of Swedish researchers believe that a catastrophic asteroid collision of hundreds of millions of years ago could have the answer to the solution of climate change. The international study investigates the consequences after a huge asteroid was crushed between Jupiter and Mars and large amounts of dust were sent through the solar system. The dust had …

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Another Global Warming Expedition Scuppered by Ice

Yet another greenie expedition to the Arctic to raise awareness of 'global warming'. According to Maritime Bulletin: MS MALMO with 16 passengers on board got stuck in ice on Sep 3 off Longyearbyen, Svalbard Archipelago, halfway between Norway and North Pole. The ship is on Arctic tour with Climate Change documentary film team and tourists, concerned with climate change and …

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Wind shifts caused by man-made global warming are causing the melting ice of the West Antarctic

August 16 (UPI) – According to a new study, man-made climate change triggered wind shifts in the Antarctic that accelerated the accelerated melting on the west coast of the continent. The study was published this week in Nature magazine Earth Sciences – the first direct link between man-made global warming and the fast-melting glaciers of the West Antarctic. Scientists have …

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The study of microfossils shows extreme global warming and environmental changes

Professor Ian Metcalfe (standing) and Mr. Kui Wu examine Conodont microfossils using the JEOL Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) housed at the UNE's School of Environmental and Rural Science is. Picture credits: UNE Studies on marine microfossils, known as conodonts, have enabled a team of researchers from Australia and China to map the extreme global warming that coincided with the worst …

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A reduction in pollution does not lead to global warming, study results show

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Fears that efforts to reduce air pollution could dramatically accelerate the process of global warming have been remedied by the release of a seminal new study. Scientists have long feared that while air pollution has devastating effects on human health, it has paradoxically slowed down the warming of the atmosphere. Pollution particles help clouds form with …

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