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The oceans are warming faster than we thought, and scientists suggest that we prepare for the effects

The oceans are actually 40 to 50 percent faster than the latest IPCC report. (iStock) The oceans are warming up faster than the climate records suggest. This emerges from a new synthesis of temperature observations published this week. The latest report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has produced a very conservative estimate of the rise in …

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The warming of the ocean is accelerating faster than expected, new research results

Do you want environmental news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd: our email newsletter. Scientists say global ocean warming is accelerating faster than previously thought, a finding that has almost a dramatic impact on climate change. All greenhouse gas-trapped heat is stored in oceans. A new analysis, published in the journal Science on Thursday, found that the …

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The effects of global warming on our oceans are equivalent to every second of a nuclear bomb blast for 150 seconds

An astonishing new study sheds new light on the multitude that has been plunged into the Earth's oceans for the past 150 years – the equivalent of a nuclear bomb blast that occurred every second for 150 years. The study, published by researchers at the University of Oxford, shows that 90 percent of the heat captured by greenhouse gases since …

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The decomposition is slower with global warming, which means less warming of the future – NextBigFuture.com

Tropical forests store about one third of the Earth's carbon and about two-thirds of the above-ground biomass. Most climate models predict that with the warming of the earth, all of the biomass decomposes more quickly, causing much more carbon dioxide to escape into the atmosphere. New research presented at the 2018 Autumn Conference of the American Geophysical Union contradicts this …

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Warming of the oceans linked to the spread of bluefin tuna in British waters

Image copyright Getty Images More and more bluefin tuna is being seen in UK waters due to the warming of a long-term ocean current, researchers say. These large, fast-paced fish are a globally endangered species and almost disappeared from the United Kingdom about 40 years ago. Scientists say their rise is related to the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO). In a …

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Worrisome warming of northern and southern Poland

Recently published climate change studies record one of the hitherto worst images of warming in the polar regions (19459005). Scientists are surprisingly finding that in the polar regions of the Earth, at times they do not expect – like winter – and in places they do not expect, surprising levels of melting occur in the eastern Antarctic. And Arctic researchers …

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Climate change: warming not "suicidal"

Image copyright SOPA Images Caption Some observers believe that Mr. Guterres's return to these talks is a sign that no significant progress is being made The Secretary-General of the United Nations has warned negotiators at a large gathering that it is "not only immoral, but suicidal" to the planet. Antonio Guterres flew back to Poland to bring COP24 to a …

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The first experiment to darken the sun will mimic a volcanic eruption to reverse global warming

Scientists plan to simulate the effects of a massive volcanic eruption to combat global warming. Plans to erode the atmosphere by blocking the sunlight were previously circulated, but an experiment that Harvard researchers will launch next year will be the first to test the theory in the stratosphere. The team will use a balloon suspended 12 miles above the ground …

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