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Warming Seas Triggers Population Explosion of Sea Slugs, Signals Climate Shift - January 30, 2015

The population explosion of nudibranch might signal a major shift in ocean climate and and a forthcoming El Niño.

GOP Admits Climate Change is Real But No Plans Yet - January 29, 2015

NRDC associate director challenges Republicans to make a move after admitting the climate change is real.

Extreme Hot Days Increased Over 200 Urban Areas - January 29, 2015

Urban areas have experienced increased in heat waves that would possibly result to urban infrastructure damage and economic losses.

Global Warming Makes Strong Storms Stronger - January 29, 2015

Powerful storms are strengthened as its air masses reach to the top of the atmosphere while those that can not are weakened.

Better Weather Forecast through Looking Down - January 29, 2015

Better soil moisture observations lead to a better weather forecast by using SMAP that will collect the most accurate and highest-resolution soil moisture measurements.

Arctic Sea Ice Loss: Unusual Periods of No Change and Rapid Change - January 29, 2015

Arctic is a variable place which means not relying on time period to forecast the long-term future of the region.

Extensive Oxygen Loss in Oceans During Deglaciation - January 29, 2015

A rapidly warming planet loses oxygen very abruptly in the ocean wherein marine organisms depend to survive

Algae Blooms Drive “Biogeochemical Cycling” Providing Nutrients for Other Organisms - January 28, 2015

Algae blooms influence lake-nutrient cycling which can provide nutrient availability for other phytoplankton and microbes.

Cheap Asphalt Captures CO2 - January 28, 2015

The material captures carbon dioxide 93 percent of its weight and it is made from asphalt which is cheaper unlike those other materials that are currently used.

NASA’s First Comprehensive Map of Greenland Ice Sheet Released - January 28, 2015

The new map allows scientists to understand better different climate periods in the past and how the ice sheet might respond in the future.

Winters in Siberia Steadily Warms - January 28, 2015

Winters temperatures in Siberia have gradually risen and ice wedges are forming underground and scientist which is amplified because greenhouse emissions.

Climate Models Disagree About Variability Explanations - January 28, 2015

Some climate models give different answers about what is causing this decade-to-decade variability and researches suggest not to over-interpret short-term trends.

Deforestation and Climate Change: Threat for Borneo’s Rare Species - January 27, 2015

Conservation efforts should consider the effects of both climate change and land-cover change to save the mammal species against threats.

Pesticides and Warming Combination May Decreased the Survivorship of Corals - January 25, 2015

The combined effect of environmental stressors may affect corals and continued investigation about the negative effects to corals is needed in its early life stages.

Warming Seas Threatens Sea Turtles, Stop Them from Basking on Beaches - January 25, 2015

Sea turtles bask more when temperatures are cooler but might stop if warming continue.

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