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North Pole Forecast To Be 50 Degrees Warmer Than Normal This Week Hopi Prophecy, Save Our Earth, Falling From The Sky, Science, North Pole, World History, Go Green, Global Warming, Natural World

North Pole Forecast To Be 50 Degrees Warmer Than Normal This Week

For the second year in a row, the Arctic is way hotter than it's supposed to be.

NASA Earth Observatory January 2002 Collapse of the Larssen Ice Shelf Antarctic Ice Shelf, Sociological Imagination, Nasa Solar System, Foto Gif, Sea Level Rise, Beautiful Gif, Earth From Space, Environmental Issues, 2017 Photos

Climate Change Is Moving the North Pole

As ice melts and aquifers are drained, Earth's distribution of mass is changing—and with it the position of the planet's spin axis.

We just lived through the hottest August on record, in the hottest summer on record, during the hottest 11 months on record, according to a report released Monday by NASA. NASA has been analyzing global temperatures going all the way back to 1880 —… Nasa, Extreme Weather, Global Warming, Renewable Energy, Climate Change, Christmas Bulbs, Environment, Recorded History, June

July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded

The hottest month since at least 1880 continues a streak of record-smashing temperatures.

Part A: A Forest Carbon Cycle In Lab you learned about the molecular nature of carbon compounds and the carbon cycle, and its relationship to other biogeochemical cycles such as the nitrogen cycle. Nitrogen Cycle, Carbon Cycle, Water Pollution, Gas And Electric, Industrial Revolution, Environmental Issues, Deconstruction, Global Warming, Climate Change

How do human CO2 emissions compare to natural CO2 emissions?

The CO2 that nature emits (from the ocean and vegetation) is balanced by natural absorptions (again by the ocean and vegetation). Therefore human emissions upset the natural balance, rising CO2 to levels not seen in at least 800,000 years. In fact, human emit 26 gigatonnes of CO2 per year while CO2 in the atmosphere is rising by only 15 gigatonnes per year - much of human CO2 emissions is being absorbed by natural sinks.

Temperature chart for the last years  SEP 16 2013 For the first time, researchers have put together all the climate data they have (from ice cores, coral, sediment drilling) into one chart that shows the "global temperature reconstruction for the Disruptive Innovation, Innovation Strategy, Information Visualization, Data Visualization, Temperature Chart, All About Water, Classroom Images, Greenhouse Effect

Paleoclimate: The End of the Holocene

Recently a group of researchers from Harvard and Oregon State University has published the first global temperature reconstruction for the last 11,000 years – that’s the whole Holocene (Marcott et al. 2013). The results are striking and worthy of further discussion, after the authors have already commented on their results in this blog. Eine Übersetzung in deutsch finden Sie hier. A while ago, I discussed here the new, comprehensive climate reconstruction from the ...

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NASA simulation shows a year in the life of Earth’s NASA scientists have created an ultra-high-resolution computer model that gives staggering views of how carbon dioxide swirls around Mother Earth — and the heavy toll it takes on her Breathe, Kindergarten, About Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases, Environmental Issues, Our Planet, Planet Earth, Global Warming, The Life

Antarctic CO2 Hit 400 PPM For First Time in 4 Million Years

The last bastion of a sub-400 ppm world has officially fallen as carbon dioxide reached new heights in Antarctica.

The Andes bureau chief, Nicholas Casey, and the staff photographer Josh Haner give listeners a behind-the-scenes account of their article about a vanished lake. Bolivia, Green Life, Go Green, Living In China, Advantages Of Solar Energy, Energy Resources, Teaching Resources, Way Of Life, Global Warming

The Andes bureau chief, Nicholas Casey, and the staff photographer Josh Haner give listeners a behind-the-scenes account of their article about a vanished lake.

 NYT: How 2016 Became Earth’s Hottest Year on Record JANUARY 2017 2016 is the hottest year on the historical record and the third consecutive record-breaking year, scientists say. Antarctic Ice Shelf, Paper Video, Data Visualization, Global Warming, Natural World, New York Times, Science Nature, Climate Change, Earth

2016 is the hottest year on the historical record and the third consecutive record-breaking year, scientists say.

Paleoclimate: The End of the Holocene Oregon State University, Moral, The End, Global Warming, Authors, Group, Blog, Science, Editorial

Paleoclimate: The End of the Holocene

Recently a group of researchers from Harvard and Oregon State University has published the first global temperature reconstruction for the last 11,000 years – that’s the whole Holocene (Marcott et al. 2013). The results are striking and worthy of further discussion, after the authors have already commented on their results in this blog. Eine Übersetzung in deutsch finden Sie hier. A while ago, I discussed here the new, comprehensive climate reconstruction from the ...

Wildfire season is about to kick off in earnest. Here's how you can track it, one fire at a time. Global Warming, Wyoming, First World, Climate Change, Nevada, Need To Know, Sustainability, Everything, Mexico

Everything You Need to Know About Wildfires in One Map

Everything You Need to Know About Wildfires in One Map

Global Temperature Change — the Big Picture Temperature Chart, Oregon State University, About Climate Change, Epoch, Environmental Issues, Big Picture, Global Warming, Tree Rings, Ice Age

Paleoclimate: The End of the Holocene

Recently a group of researchers from Harvard and Oregon State University has published the first global temperature reconstruction for the last 11,000 years – that’s the whole Holocene (Marcott et al. 2013). The results are striking and worthy of further discussion, after the authors have already commented on their results in this blog. Eine Übersetzung in deutsch finden Sie hier. A while ago, I discussed here the new, comprehensive climate reconstruction from the ...

Here's why you should care about the recurring record temperatures. Save The Planet, Our Planet, Hopi Prophecy, Challenge The Status Quo, Falling From The Sky, Science, Global Warming, Solar System, Sistema Solar

August Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded. Again.

August Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded. Again. | Huffington Post

How much spring temperatures departed from the average in Alaska this spring. (Image: NOAA, via Climate Central) Year Of Dates, Warm Spring, History Class, Environmental Science, End Of The World, Global Warming, Bumper Stickers, The Guardian, First World

Alaska Continues to Bake, on Track For Hottest Year

Alaska Continues to Bake, on Track For Hottest Year