Latest Global cooling Stories
The recently released eBook "Earth's Natural Climate Pulse" links a naturally occurring climate pulse to recurring cycles of global cooling, global warming, carbon dioxide, melting
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The northernmost mummified forest ever found in Canada is revealing how plants struggled to endure a long-ago global cooling.
Expanded irrigation has made it possible to feed the worldâ€™s growing billionsâ€”and it may also temporarily be counteracting the effects of climate change in some regions, say scientists in a new study.
The main cause of a rapid global cooling period, known as the Big Freeze or Younger Dryas - which occurred nearly 13,000 years ago - has been identified thanks to the help of an academic at the University of Sheffield.
Researchers claiming to have found the Earth could be entering a cooling cycle may have gotten their facts wrong, according to a recent independent study.
On the scientific research front, most news headlines tend to be aimed at showing how global temperatures are on a steady upward climb, but one report published last week appears to reveal that those upward trends may not be entirely accurate.
Everybody talks about CO2 and other greenhouse gases as causes of global warming and the large climate changes we are currently experiencing. But what about the atmospheric and oceanic oxygen content? Which role does oxygen content play in global warming?
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