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Atlantic Ocean circulation is not collapsing – but as it shifts gears, global warming will reaccelerate on 18th of Jul 2018 “Climate scientists have expected the . heat trapped by greenhouse gases is being absorbed by the oceans,” Tung said. The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, or AMOC, is a conveyor belt tha
State of the Polar Oceans 2018 published on 18th of Jul 2018 Reporting in the State of the Polar Oceans 2018 researchers explain how decades of multi-disciplinary studies have advanced scientific knowledge about climate warming . Scientists know that the pola
Slowdown of Atlantic conveyor belt could trigger ‘two decades’ of rapid global warming on 18th of Jul 2018 It then sends cold, more dense water back again in the deep ocean on a constant conveyor belt. This conveyor plays a crucial role in western Europe’s climate as the incoming warm water releases heat i
The Secret Behind Deep-Diving Dolphins May Reside in Their Blood on 18th of Jul 2018 When researchers noticed common bottlenose dolphins in Bermuda diving up to 1,000 meters below the ocean’s surface . Assuming the animals can control their own blood flow, this oxygen-enriched blood
The Water Wars of Arizona Jul 19th, 2018 04:57 UTC For the next two hours, Lacey tried to retain control as panicked families rose one after another . Beneath it, buried in layers of sediment, lies all the water that never flowed to the ocean. Some
Climate Change Will Force the Poor From Their Homes (Jul 2018) It’s no surprise that a list of places most at risk from climate change and sea-level rise reads like a Who’s Who of global cities, since historically, many great cities have developed near oceans
The Media Never Mention the No. 1 Cause of Climate Change (Jul 2018) In fact, most issues will at some point get an hour of glowing fame on the mind-control box. Yet some topics are forbidden, banned from discussion on the mainstream news channels. One of those issues
What If the Ocean’s Climate-Controlling ‘Conveyor Belt’ Came to a Halt? (some months now) Live Science Live Science Freak floods drown buildings, bone-chilling air flash-freezes pedestrians and ice encases the Statue of Liberty. It sounds like a disaster movie, and well, it is: In 2004’s “The Day After Tomorrow,” the collapse of an ocean current in the North . World faces weather CHAOS as climate change threatens to shut down Atlantic Ocean’s flow, warn scientistsThe Sun Atlantic Ocean Circulation at weakest point in 1600 yearsScience Daily World faces climate CHAOS because the circulation of the Atlantic Ocean is the weakest it has been in more than 1500 . Daily Mail Stuff.co.nz – Globalnews.ca – Yahoo News – Nature all 81 news articles »
New Ocean Current Discovered Off the Coast of Madagascar (some months now) Live Science Live Science A previously unknown ocean current was recently discovered “by accident” off the coast of Madagascar, a rare find in the 21st century. The newfound Southwest Madagascar Coastal Current could help researchers better predict the effects of climate change .
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Scientists Say Ocean Circulation Is Slowing. Here’s Why You Should Care. (many weeks now) InsideClimate News InsideClimate News Sign up to receive our latest reporting on climate change, energy and environmental justice, sent directly to your inbox. Subscribe here. Scientists have found new evidence that the Atlantic Ocean’s circulation has slowed by about 15 percent since the .
Discovery: Why Strange, Chalky Swirls Cover the Southern Ocean (months ago) Live Science Live Science When they concentrate together in the ocean, that chalk reflects light back into the sky, giving the water a milky-blue color. The result, when seen from above, looks as if Dr. Seuss ran into Vincent Van Gogh, leaving behind a quirky cast of blue-green .
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This Is What It Sounds Like at the Bottom of the Ocean (some months now) Live Science Live Science The deep ocean is eerily dark, but not silent. Take a listen. An underwater microphone is now live-broadcasting what the depths of the ocean sound like — and you can tune in whenever you feel like taking a dip, er, dive (in the arms of a submersible .
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As World Warms, America’s Invisible ‘Climate Curtain’ Creeps East (some months now) Live Science Live Science A climate boundary divides the United States — and it’s on the move. During the late . The border is shifting, with the arid conditions on the west slowly expanding eastward, nudging the boundary by about 140 miles (225 kilometers) from its original .
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Surf’s Frozen? Slurpee Waves Spotted on Nantucket Beach (since Jan, 2018) Live Science Live Science The ocean was a nippy 12 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 11 degrees Celsius), which is below the freezing temperature of salt water: 28.4 degrees F (minus 2 degrees C). At those below-freezing temperatures, ice crystals begin to form in the ocean waves, .
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Retirement, San Diego, My Purse, LegoLand (Jul 2018) The Rhino TImes (satire) The Rhino TImes (satire) It’s the ocean that controls the climate in San Diego. In the latitudes of the United States, the prevailing winds are from the west, which is why most of our weather on the East Coast has to come up from Texas or down from the Canadian prairies .
Get Used to Nor’easters — Arctic Warming May Mean More Severe Winters in the Northeast (since Mar, 2018) Live Science Live Science Past climate projections predicted that, in a warming world, winters would be the seasons to heat up the fastest — and yet recent winters in the Northern Hemisphere were more severe than scientists anticipated, said Judah Cohen, the study’s lead . Warm Arctic episodes linked with increased frequency of extreme winter weather in the United States | Nature . Nature
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