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The Environmental Protection Agency said on Friday rising seal levels on the United States' mid-Atlantic coast are happening faster than the global average because of global warming.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Scientists need a more detailed understanding of how human-produced atmospheric particles, called aerosols, affect climate in order to produce better predictions of Earth's future climate, according to a NASA-led report issued by the U.S.
Scientists need a more detailed understanding of how human-produced atmospheric particles, called aerosols, affect climate in order to produce better predictions of Earth's future climate, according to a NASA-led report issued by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program on Friday.
The Worldwatch Institute released a new report on Tuesday that advises sweeping changes must be made to limit global emissions by 2050.
New research indicates that the ocean could rise in the next 100 years to a meter higher than the current sea level â€“ which is three times higher than predictions from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC.
Future increases in wind strength along the California coast may have far-reaching effects, including more intense upwelling of cold water along the coast early in the season and increased fire danger in Southern California.
The United States could suffer the effects of abrupt climate changes within decades â€” sooner than some previously thought - says a new government report.
Three major global climate-change projections scaled down to Oregon's Rogue River Basin point to hotter, drier summers with increasing wildfire risk, reduced snowpack and rainier, stormy winters.
Government researchers said on Thursday that climate changes caused by greenhouse gases are warming the United States.
The first comprehensive reconstruction of an extreme warm period shows the sensitivity of the climate system to changes in carbon dioxide levels
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