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In the 19th century it could be seen as unambiguously a good thing: if carbon dioxide and other trace gases didn't trap heat in the atmosphere, the earth wouldn't be warm enough to support life as we know it. But there is now far more carbon dioxide
In time, it kills like a python, squeezing life from its victims...I took another sip of my cocoa and huddled closer under my warm blankets.
Rating In Summary The glaciers outside of the Greenland and Antarctic sheets lost an average of roughly 260 billion metric tons of ice annually during the period, leading to a rise in ocean levels of about 0.03 inches (0.7 millimeters) per year.
And because the scientists were already in place with a time-lapse camera, they were able to capture the calving event one of the biggest of these glacier collapses ever recorded on film. Before the collapse, Timothy James, a researcher at Swansea
My Saved articles The North Pole has shifted east because of ice sheet loss caused by rising temperatures, a new study published in Geophysical Research Letters has found, according to the scientific journal Nature. The pole drifted southeast toward
Nick Cobbing/Greenpeace, via Reuters Ice debris broke off the end of Greenland's Humboldt glacier in 2009...Some recent scientific papers have made a splash by claiming that the answer might not be as bad as previously feared. This work if it holds
Facebook community page for storm chasers called Mister Twister It's quiet again in Tornado Alley so quiet that researchers are digging deep into the record books for comparisons. The estimated number of EF-1 or stronger tornadoes for the past 12
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Worldwide levels of the greenhouse gas that plays the biggest role in global warming have reached their highest level in almost 2 million years an amount never before encountered by humans, US scientists said on Friday. Carbon dioxide was measured at
Brian Catalina Entertainment Austin Manelick in Ultimate Survival: Alaska, on the National Geographic Channel. On Sunday the National Geographic Channel begins the 10-part Ultimate Survival: Alaska, which plunks eight men into remote parts of the