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79 Results for November 2014
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Increasing Human-derived Nitrogen May Affect Planet’s State - November 30, 2014

Human-derived nitrogen has increased which could alter the marine food web and later on, the whole ecosystem altering the planet’s system.

Education: Key to Cope and Survive Climate Change - November 30, 2014

Investing on people like educational expansion rather than building infrastructures are way better to adapt climate change which saves more lives and empower people.

Study: Warming Results Slowed Growth of Ancient Marine Algae - November 30, 2014

Coccolithophores calfication rates has changed affecting their growth and skeleton structure due to climate change and possibly will have a significant effect on today’s microscopic organisms.

Warming Threatens Polar Bears Before the End of 21st Century - November 30, 2014

Habitat and population loss may threaten polar bears as sea ice continues to melt down due to global warming according to climate projections.

Green Energy Now Scotlands Main Source - November 29, 2014

Scotland now generates more power from solar, wind & biomass than any other single source.

Amazon Deforestation Decreases but Still High - November 28, 2014

Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest has decreased by 18% since last year.

Study Models Past to Understand El Niño and Future Earth’s Climate - November 27, 2014

Studying the past and creating better climate model help scientists and many others see the consequences of El Niño in the future and create better strategies in adapting climate change.

Warming Climate Makes Less Nutrients for Carbon-Absorbing Phytoplankton - November 26, 2014

Shifting the phytoplankton community to a high carbon-to-phosphorus ratio will have more carbon stored at the ocean’s subsurface.

Barnacle Holds Clues About Climate Change - November 26, 2014

Analyzing the genetic data of the barnacles would help the scientists uncover how climate change affects deep-sea life.

Warming Climate Bad News for Honey Bees - November 26, 2014

The new exotic bee parasite adapts more in warm temperature which will increase in population if warming continues and causes loss to more honey bee colonies

Ocean Acidity Increases Reef Erosion - November 26, 2014

Due to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide, coral reefs experienced breakdown because of ocean acidification and researchers continue their investigation about the cause of the erosion.

Geoengineering Cannot Be a “Magic Bullet” for Climate Change - November 26, 2014

People favored more on carbon dioxide removal rather on solar geoengineering and considered geoengineering in a wider context in adapting and mitigating climate change.

El Niño Affecting Children’s Health Long Term - November 26, 2014

Shortage of food and diseases caused by El Niño stunted the growth of children and the phenomenon will increasingly continue which will be affecting future generations.

Phytoplankton Mitigates Climate Change - November 26, 2014

The new study allows scientists to understand phytoplankton which plays a big role in lessening climate change.

World Bank: Climate Change Creates Increased Risks and Instability - November 25, 2014

Climate change creates consequences like difficulty reducing poverty and for development agencies which will create strategies to help communities adapt the change.

Warming Climate Affecting Future of Lake Michigan Basin - November 25, 2014

The survey shows that an increase of temperature in Lake Michigan Basin could lead to hydrological effects and water management and restoration efforts are needed to save the basin.

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