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Aerosols may have a greater impact on patterns of Australian rainfall and future climate change than previously thought, according to leading atmospheric scientist, CSIROâ€™s Dr Leon Rotstayn.
The power of viruses is well documented in human history. Swarms of little viral Davids have repeatedly laid low the great Goliaths of human civilization, most famously in the devastating pandemics that swept the New World during European conquest and settlement.In recent years, there has been growing evidence for the hypothesis that the effect of the pandemics in the Americas wasn't confined to killing indigenous peoples. Global climate appears to have been altered as well.Stanford...
A team of scientists from Cardiff Universityâ€™s School of Earth and Ocean Sciences and traveled to Africa to find new evidence of climate change, which helps explain some of the mystery surrounding the appearance of the Antarctic ice sheet.
New scientific findings suggest that a large comet may have exploded over North America 12,900 years ago, explaining riddles that scientists have wrestled with for decades, including an abrupt cooling of much of the planet and the extinction of large mammals.
By Patricia Reaney LONDON (Reuters) - Global temperatures in the future couldbe much hotter than scientists have predicted if new computermodels on climate change are correct, researchers said onWednesday.
Global temperatures in the future could be much hotter than scientists have predicted if new computer models on climate change are correct, researchers said on Wednesday.
Bonn meteorologists have now been able to calculate, on the basis of about 30 different climate models, which of the suspects are responsible for climate change: greenhouse gases, particulate matter or natural factors. Their verdict is that they are all guilty.
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