Global warming

Sea Levels To Rise By 12 Feet
US Cities Under 12 Feet Of Water: Rising Sea Levels Turn US Into Venetian Waterland — Eventually
May 18, 2014 14:51 PM E
Two new studies predict sea levels will rise by as much as 12 feet during the centuries ahead as parts of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet collapse.
snow
Snowfall and Global Warming: Less Snow May Cause Rivers to Go Dry
May 18, 2014 13:07 PM E
Snowfall contributes water to nearby water sources, but as global warming reduces the occurrence of snow, these rivers may go dry.
Spring Snowstorm Not Likely Caused By Global Warming, Forecasters Say
Colorado, Wyoming Spring Snowstorms Dump 2 Feet On Rocky Mountains With More Expected Through June
May 12, 2014 14:31 PM E
A surprise Mother's Day snowstorm reminded residents of Denver and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountains of the wrath of Mother Nature.
australia
Antarctica Is Stealing Australia’s Thunder
May 11, 2014 13:04 PM E
Increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are causing wind patterns near Australia and Antarctica to shift, stalling climate change in Antarctica while making Australia hotter.
Recent Algae Blooms Worldwide Caused By Lowered Phosphate Levels
Rock Snot: Worldwide Algae Blooms Are Caused By Phosphorus Pollution, Not Invasive Species
May 08, 2014 12:38 PM E
Recent blooms of native algae worldwide come as the result of lowered levels of phosphates in the environment, as opposed to the blooms caused by heightened levels of nutrients.
rising co2 levels
Rising Carbon Emissions Could Cause Massive Malnutrition As Zinc And Iron Are Depleted From Crops
May 07, 2014 13:06 PM E
Rising levels of atmospheric carbon may threaten humanity with greater malnutrition as crops lose zinc and iron.
Bill Nye
Bill Nye: 'Climate Change Is Our Most Urgent, No. 1 Priority Right Now' [VIDEO]
May 07, 2014 13:05 PM E
Bill Nye "the Science Guy" debated about climate change on CNN's Crossfire on Tuesday. He says the country's most pressing policy issue is dealing with global warming.
Antarctica
Melting 'Ice Plug' In East Antarctica Would Uncork Up To 13 Feet Of Global Sea-Level Rise
May 06, 2014 15:22 PM E
Scientists for the first time have described an "ice plug" that is holding back an ice sheet in East Antarctica. If that plug melts, the resulting dozen feet of sea-level rise would be unstoppable.
Global Warming Is Real, White House Says
US Says Global Warming Already Affects How Americans Live
May 06, 2014 11:33 AM E
Obama administration releases detailed climate assessment agreeing with the United Nations: Human-driven climate change is real.
Scientists To Design Farm Animals Suited For Global Warming
Scientists Developing ‘Heat-Resistant’ Farm Animals To Feed Warming Planet
May 06, 2014 09:32 AM E
As the globe warms, scientists are rushing to develop plant and animal species resistant to hotter temperatures.
Swedish lake
Chemical Compositions Of Lakes Leaves Clues To How Global Warming Will Affect Underwater Ecosystems
May 04, 2014 14:05 PM E
By testing the chemical compositions of lakes, a team of scientists will be able to see how global warming affects underwater ecosystems.
global warming
100 Years Of Global Warming Shows That Temperature Changes Have Been Inconsistent
May 04, 2014 13:11 PM E
A new analysis of 100 years-worth of temperature changes across the globe has found that they have been relatively inconsistent, depending on where in the world you look.
New Study Reveals Global Warming As The Cause For California's Drought And Bitter Cold
Scientists Link Global Warming To Harsh Winter And California’s Drought
Apr 27, 2014 20:59 PM E
Scientists use computer simulations to determine global warming has caused this year’s severe winter conditions and California’s drought. It is predicted to only worsen future winter extremes.
Coral Reef
Coral Reefs Could Survive Longer In Warming Planet Than Previously Thought
Apr 26, 2014 18:29 PM E
Some coral may be more resistant to climate change than we thought. A new study shows that individual adaptation and evolutionary adaptation will keep one species alive in the face of global warming.
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