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unh researchers find landscape ridges may hold clues about ice age and climate c




image: this is a photo of grassy broad-crested de geer moraines. the crests of two moraines can be seen in this image. view more credit: joseph licciardi/unhdurham, n.h. - take a drive through the countryside near the new hampshire seacoast and you might notice a series of tiny rolling hills that ...



wind farms along mountain ridges may negatively affect bats




by attaching miniaturized global positioning system tags to cave bats near a mountain ridge in thailand, researchers have shown that bats repeatedly use mountain slopes to ascend to altitudes of more than 550 m above the ground. the mammal review findings suggest that mountain ridges are key habitat...



in the us as in the world, climate change will hit poor hardest




enlarge/ for this map, red's bad.hsiang, kopp, jina, rising, et al. (science, 2017)share this storyone of the challenges of understanding climate change is that both the expected change in temperatures and the effects it will have both vary depending on the location. so oregon's climate won't change...



video: drones help scientists check the health of antarctic mosses, revealing cl




drones are helping scientists check the health of antarctic mosses, revealing clues on the pace of climate change.



key to predicting climate change could be blowing in the wind, researchers find




dust that blew into the north pacific ocean could help explain why the earth's climate cooled 2.7 million years ago, according to a new study published in the journal science advances.



mixed outcomes for plants and animals in warmer 2080s climate




more than three quarters of plants and animals in england are likely to be significantly affected by climate change by the end of the century, say researchers. researchers showed that given a 2°c increase in average global temperature by the 2080s, 54% of 3000 species in england could significantly...



drone tech offers new ways to manage climate change




charlotte levy examines a drone that will examine albedo before flight. credit: jennifer savran kellyan innovation providing key clues to how humans might manage forests and cities to cool the planet is taking flight. cornell researchers are using drone technology to more accurately measure surface ...



nature signals sos—long-term research, short-term extremes uncover clues to surv




credit: florida international universitywhen extreme weather strikes, nature endures devastation but also reveals secrets to its resiliency. researchers in fiu's college of arts, sciences & education are investigating the clues that plants, animals and ecosystems leave behind in moments of suffering...



state-by-state climate analysis shows warming hits some harder than others




enlarge/ for this map, red's bad.hsiang, kopp, jina, rising, et al. (science, 2017)share this storyone of the challenges of understanding climate change is that both the expected change in temperatures and the effects that will have vary depending on the location. so oregon's climate won't change in...



state-by-state climate analysis shows warming hits some harder than others




enlarge/ for this map, red's bad.hsiang, kopp, jina, rising, et al. (science, 2017)share this storyone of the challenges of understanding climate change is that both the expected change in temperature and the effect that will have vary depending on the location. so oregon's climate won't change in t...



no publication bias found in climate change research




rarely do we encounter a scientific fact that stirs public controversy and distrust in science as much as climate change. however, the theory is built on honest reporting of facts. this emerges from a new study from lund university in sweden. the study in question investigates whether there is a so-...



debate over doubt | eurekalert! science news




climate change is not a partisan issue, and a uc santa barbara researcher has the data to prove it.matto mildenberger, an assistant professor of political science, led a new study -- published in the journal climatic change -- that finds substantial differences in the climate change views of both re...



shifting temperatures to alter household electricity expenses, researchers find




in a study involving 19 european union nations, researchers have found that future climate change will make power outages more costly for european households.



a drier south: europe's drought trends match climate change projections




on the same day that global leaders wrapped up an international water and climate summit in rome, researchers published new findings that suggest european drought trends are lining up with climate change projections.



ancient italian fossils reveal risk of parasitic infections due to climate chang




in 2014, a team of researchers led by a paleobiologist from the university of missouri found that clams from the holocene epoch (that began 11,700 years ago) contained clues about how sea level rise due to climate change could foreshadow a rise in parasitic trematodes, or flatworms. the team caution...



researchers find effects of climate change could accelerate by mid-century




nature lovers beware, environmental models used by researchers at the university of new hampshire are showing that the effects of climate change could be much stronger by the middle of the 21st century, and a number of ecosystem and weather conditions could consistently decline even more in the futu...



earliest manmade climate change took place 11,500 years ago




the vast majority of climate scientists agree that climate-warming trends over the past century have been due to human activities. a new tel aviv university study has uncovered the earliest known geological indications of manmade climate change from 11,500 years ago. within a core sample retrieved f...



researchers explore psychological effects of climate change




those with a high level of concern for the world's plants and animals are the most likely to experience stress, and even symptoms of depression, related to climate change, researchers found. credit: university of arizonawildfires, extreme storms and major weather events can seem like a distant threa...



snow science: crystal clues to climate change, watersheds




capturing snowflakes isn't as easy as sticking out your tongue.



europe's drought trends match climate change projections




researchers published new findings that suggest european drought trends are lining up with climate change projections. credit: andrzej boldaniukon the same day that global leaders wrapped up an international water and climate summit in rome, researchers published new findings that suggest european d...



wind farms along mountain ridges may negatively affect bats




by attaching miniaturized global positioning system tags to cave bats near a mountain ridge in thailand, researchers have shown that bats repeatedly use mountain slopes to ascend to altitudes of more than 550 m above the ground.the mammal review findings suggest that mountain ridges are key habitat ...



antarctica experiencing rapid plant growth due to climate change




climate change is fueling a relatively rapid increase in plant growth in antarctica, where researchers have observed ‘major biological changes’ over the last handful of decades. according to university of exeter researchers, increasing temperatures have resulted in more rapid moss growth in the ...



understanding alternative reasons for denying climate change could help bridge d




mainstream criticism of people who deny climate change essentially portrays climate skeptics as being out of touch, ignorant or somehow incapable of understanding the facts about climate change.



warwick research: believe you can stop climate change and you will




if we believe that we can personally help stop climate change with individual actions -- such as turning the thermostat down -- then we are more likely to make a difference, according to university of warwick researchindividuals' motivation to prevent climate change is negatively affected by climate...



a drier south: europe's drought trends match climate change projections




image: researchers published new findings that suggest european drought trends are lining up with climate change projections. view more credit: andrzej boldaniuknews release - logan, utah - on the same day that global leaders wrapped up an international water and climate summit in rome, researcher...