6 Results for November 2013
In a major new international report, 'experts' have reached the ultra-conservative conclusion that the acidity of the world's ocean may increase by around 170% by the end of the century. This will wipe out most life in the oceans and greatly reduce the planet's supply of oxygen.
Changes in solar activity have contributed no more than 10 per cent to global warming in the twentieth century, a new study has found.
Changes in precipitation patterns have been linked to climate change.
Research suggests that narrow stripes of dirt and rock beneath massive Antarctic glaciers create friction zones that slow the flow of ice toward the sea.
The recent slow-down in global temperature increases may be a result of Oceans absorbing some of the heat.