78 Results for February 2015
Policy makers are facing the challenges of which climate policies are sustainable.
A sudden and catastrophic climate shift has happened in China’s Inner Mongolia region that forced people to mass migrate and look for greener pastures.
Forest tree seeds are kept in a vault protected by permafrost to protect the genetic variation of forest trees which are influenced by climate change and other factors.
Changes in soil temperature have suprising effect on lake ecology which requires in-depth research about the consequences of climate change in ecosystem.
Fisheries would be affected short-term by ocean acidic rise but possibly alter the exchanges between atmosphere and ocean that controls the climates of continents.
The new, satellite-based study gives an important and additional contribution to U.N. agency’s report and provides new data not provided by other means.
Biodiversity in water bodies are at risk due to higher insecticide application as a result of higher average temperatures.
The study provides an evidence that international agreements can help change things.
The analyzed data will help to evaluate the potential impacts of ocean acidification and create new possibilities to reconstruct the new environment.
The shutdown of coral that happened thousand years ago broadens view of reef development and creates better prediction which reefs are most vulnerable to climate change.
The ancient weather patterns will not happen in the future but a same pattern will emerge again periodically bringing drier winters in the Northwest and wetter winters in the Southwest.
The weather-controlling polar jet stream does the extreme pattern for two years going to the upper Midwest and East Coast dropping temperatures that created severe snowstorms.
Months of pumping brought back life to an oxygen deficit fjord and invited oxygen-loving organisms back to the waters which would overall help in the global carbon cycle.
The modern turtles would follow their ancestors in migration but may face roadblocks along the way due to habitat loss leading to extinction.
The rising of temperatures helps spread of the white-ban disease and dwindling of elkhorn and staghorn corals.