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polar vortex defies climate change in the southeast




winter warming hole location in the southeastern us. credit: trevor partridgeoverwhelming scientific evidence has demonstrated that our planet is getting warmer due to climate change, yet parts of the eastern u.s. are actually getting cooler. according to a dartmouth-led study in geophysical researc...



polar vortex defies climate change in the southeast




overwhelming scientific evidence has demonstrated that our planet is getting warmer due to climate change, yet parts of the eastern u.s. are actually getting cooler. according to a dartmouth-led study in geophysical research letters, the location of this anomaly, known as the "u.s. warming hole," is...



warm winter events in arctic becoming more frequent, lasting longer




arctic winter warming events - winter days where temperatures peak above 14 degrees fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees celsius) - are a normal part of the climate over the ice-covered arctic ocean, but new research by an international team that includes nasa scientists finds these events are becoming more...



more winter-time haze in beijing with global warming




global warming has boosted the frequency and severity of deadly air pollution peaks in northern china, scientists said monday.



warm winter events in the arctic are becoming more frequent, lasting longer




washington d.c. - arctic winter warming events - winter days when temperatures peak above minus 10 degrees celsius - are a normal part of the arctic climate over the ice-covered arctic ocean, but new research finds they are becoming more frequent and lasting longer than they did three decades ago. a...



is arctic warming influencing the uk's extreme weather?




severe snowy weather in winter or extreme rains in summer in the u.k. might be influenced by warming trends in the arctic, according to new findings.



the controversial link between epic storms and a warming arctic




it’s that time of the year again, when massive winter stormslash the eastern united states and your uncle posts on facebook about how it proves climate change is a hoax. after all, why would you still need a good coat on a warming planet?the fallacy is, of course, that weather is not the same as c...



warm winter events in the arctic are becoming more frequent, lasting longer




arctic winter warming events - winter days when temperatures peak above minus 10 degrees celsius - are a normal part of the arctic climate over the ice-covered arctic ocean, but new research finds they are becoming more frequent and lasting longer than they did three decades ago.



australia has hottest winter on record




australia experienced its hottest winter on record this year amid a long-term warming trend largely attributed to climate change, the weather bureau said friday.



record uk rainfall in winter 2013-14 caused by tropics, stratosphere and climate




new research has revealed the causes of the uk's record rainfall and subsequent flooding during the 2013-14 winter.



modi hopes for productive winter session of parliament




after an acrimonious election campaign, prime minister narendra modi on friday expressed his hope for a productive winter session of parliament that would witness constructive debates and innovative solutions for taking development agenda forward.in brief remarks to the media before the session comm...



researchers crack the 'karakoram anomaly'




credit: cc0 public domaina summer 'vortex' of cold air over the karakoram mountain range is causing the glaciers in the region to grow in spite of global warming, scientists have shown. publishing their findings today in nature climate change, the team from newcastle university, uk, have identified ...



arctic heat spasm caused by stratosphere warming has a southern cousin




pedestrians cross whitehall as snow falls in london on tuesday. photo: alastair grantthe remarkable buckling of weather patterns in the northern hemisphere this week that has seen a relative arctic heatwave drive frigid conditions into much of europe has a southern counterpart that is being closely...



warming arctic climate constrains life in cold-adapted mammals




despite the growth in knowledge about the effects of a warming arctic on its cold-adapted species, how these changes affect animal populations is poorly understood. research efforts have been hindered by the area's remoteness and complex logistics required to gain access.a new study led by joel berg...



alaska's tundra releasing more co2 than it takes in: study




the arctic is warming at twice the rate as the rest of the planet, and alaska has seen three consecutive years of record high temperatures, scientists notethe alaskan tundra appears to be emitting more carbon dioxide than it captures, a dynamic that could accelerate climate warming as vast stores of...



new research indicates likely hydrological implications of rapid global warming




researchers studying a rapid global warming event, around 56 million years ago, have shown evidence of major changes in the intensity of rainfall and flood events. the findings indicate some of the likely implications should current trends of rising carbon dioxide and global warming continue.



us farms could suffer as the arctic heats up




planet earth is getting hotter. one of the more confusing aspects of this global trend is the persistent, undeniable discomfort of winter. even more confusing is when that chilly weather continues into april, may, or godforbidpleasenot june.this might clear the confusion (but probably not the frustr...



3 things science says you should clean & declutter to snap yourself out of t




the season of winter cheer is over, groundhog day is past us (phil saw his shadow, by the way) and we're left to stare down a few more weeks of cold and darkness with holiday bills still to pay down. but don't let winter get you down without a fight. here are some ways to combat the winter doldrums ...



why is winter still happening?




it’s spring. according to the calendar, we’ve served our time. winter should be over. and yet, it’s not. because the earth’s orbit around the sun is elliptical, winter (in the northern hemisphere at least) is actually shorter than summer! winter is 90 days long; summer is 94. and yet this wi...



why is winter still happening?




it’s spring. according to the calendar, we’ve served our time. winter should be over. and yet, it’s not. because the earth’s orbit around the sun is elliptical, winter (in the northern hemisphere at least) is actually shorter than summer! winter is 90 days long; summer is 94. and yet this wi...



warmer arctic winters linked to more 'snowzillas' in us north-east




the warming arctic ocean is linked to a two-to four-fold increase in the frequency of severe winter storms in the eastern us, according to a new study by american scientists.the massive storms regularly get dubbed evocative names such as "snowzilla" or "snowcopalypse" when they hit populated regions...



more winter-time haze in beijing with global warming




the number of days with "severe haze" in northern china has jumped in recent yearsglobal warming has boosted the frequency and severity of deadly air pollution peaks in northern china, scientists said monday. toxic particles in the air cause nearly a million premature deaths in the country every yea...



severity of north pacific storms at highest point in over 1,200 years




ice cores from mount hunter in alaska's denali national park and mount logan in canada were used in an analysis of over 1,000 years of history of the aleutian low pressure system that drives storm activity in the north pacific. credit: bradley marklethe intensification of winter storm activity in al...



winter olympics will be harder due to climate change




the 2018 winter olympics will bring thousands of athletes to the bitter cold of pyeongchang where temperatures could sink below zero degrees fahrenheit when factoring in the wind chill factor.but bitter cold winter olympics might soon be a thing of the past as a result of climate change.global warmi...



half-a-degree of warming boosted extreme weather




credit: public domain half a degree celsius of global warming has been enough to increase heat waves and heavy rains in many regions of the planet, researchers reported friday. comparing two 20-year periods—1960-79 and 1991-2010—between which average global temperatures jumped 0.5 c (0.9 f), sci...