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17 Results for September 2015
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Sensitivity of Leaf Unfolding Declined Due to Climate Warming - September 30, 2015

The strong winter warming may result in the slowdown of leaf unfolding during spring.

Large Trees Suffer More During and After Droughts - September 30, 2015

Large trees with increasing diameter are more vulnerable to drought due to their physiology.

Products Made in China Not Environment-Friendly - September 30, 2015

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.

2015 Arctic Sea Ice Minimum: Fourth Lowest on Record - September 22, 2015

Arctic sea ice cover has been decreasing over the years due to increasing surface temperature in the region.

Arctic Mosquitoes Growing Faster Due to Warming Temperatures - September 22, 2015

Climate change provides a breeding space for Arctic mosquitoes to grow in abundance which could bring negative health consequences to humans.

Increase Ocean Acidification Weakens Delicate Alga - September 22, 2015

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.

Southern Ocean Efficiently Removing CO2 from Atmosphere - September 15, 2015

Researchers will continue their carbon dioxide sampling operation in Southern Ocean to expand their measurements despite the challenging environment.

Climate Change Left Mountain Ponds Dry - September 15, 2015

Minimal snowpack and long summer drought affected the mountain pond habitat and resulted to breeding failures and death of adult frogs.

August: Third Warmest in the Satellite Temperature Record - September 15, 2015

It was the third warmest August trailing behind August 1998 and August 2002 globally.

Putting Price on Carbon Could Reduce Emissions - September 8, 2015

Policymakers are more likely to price carbon appropriately if they see that it is cheaper to invest in low-carbon energy technologies.

Climate Change Could Send Ocean Organism into Overdrive - September 8, 2015

Without no way to stop, Trichodesmium, an ocean bacteria, will gobble up all available resources which could harm the overall ocean ecosystem.

Coldwater Aquatic Species Shifting Ranges Due to Climate Change - September 8, 2015

Researchers are identifying and assessing specific stream reaches that are potentially vulnerable to stress from warming, acidification, or both.

Concurrent Droughts, Heat Waves Rising Dramatically - September 8, 2015

A unique statistical approach reveals a significant change in the simultaneous occurrence of climate extremes which cannot be seen in common analysis methods.

Do Onion Farmers Hate the Arctic? - September 2, 2015

The National Onion Association is promoting oil & gas drilling in the Arctic, why?

New Study About Fungi and Bacteria May Affect Future Climate Models - September 1, 2015

Researchers discovered that there was no evidence that fungi reduced the release of CO2 into the atmosphere and the negative environmental effects.

Thawing Permafrost in Arctic Creates Critical Problem - September 1, 2015

The public must be aware about the danger of permafrost thawing which will cause catastrophic global consequences.

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