Climate Change News News Archive
Habitat conditions among the streams contradict the effects of climate change and forest harvest that have negative effects in the trout population.
Altering the number of fish in the ecosystem creates negative consequences and should not be underestimated.
The strong winter warming may result in the slowdown of leaf unfolding during spring.
Large trees with increasing diameter are more vulnerable to drought due to their physiology.
China's high carbon dioxide emissions are not due to their large quantity of exports but because of their less advanced manufacturing technologies and reliance on coals.
Arctic sea ice cover has been decreasing over the years due to increasing surface temperature in the region.
Climate change provides a breeding space for Arctic mosquitoes to grow in abundance which could bring negative health consequences to humans.
Mermaid’s wineglass algae growing near the seeps were thinner and droopier which could be more vulnerable to damage from grazing by predators and strong ocean currents.
Researchers will continue their carbon dioxide sampling operation in Southern Ocean to expand their measurements despite the challenging environment.
Minimal snowpack and long summer drought affected the mountain pond habitat and resulted to breeding failures and death of adult frogs.
It was the third warmest August trailing behind August 1998 and August 2002 globally.
Policymakers are more likely to price carbon appropriately if they see that it is cheaper to invest in low-carbon energy technologies.
Without no way to stop, Trichodesmium, an ocean bacteria, will gobble up all available resources which could harm the overall ocean ecosystem.
Researchers are identifying and assessing specific stream reaches that are potentially vulnerable to stress from warming, acidification, or both.
A unique statistical approach reveals a significant change in the simultaneous occurrence of climate extremes which cannot be seen in common analysis methods.
The National Onion Association is promoting oil & gas drilling in the Arctic, why?