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The latest 12-month period to end-April 2015 ties with the record set last month for the 12 months to end-March 2015 as the warmest 12-month period among all months in the 136-years of data maintained by NOAA
Researchers use a state-of-the-art 3D computer model of atmospheric chemistry to investigate what would have happened to the ozone layer if the Montreal Protocol had not been implemented
Sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific have exceeded +1C above seasonal norms for the last month, according to Australia's weather service. This is the first time this has occurred since the record-breaking 1997–98 El...
Around 2009, multiple glaciers along a vast coastal expanse of the Southern Antarctic Peninsular suddenly started to shed ice into the ocean at a nearly constant rate of 60 cubic km each year, say researchers
What would it take to limit climate change to 1.5°C? Limiting temperature rise by 2100 to less than 1.5°C is feasible, at least from a purely technological standpoint, according to a new study
The US has experienced no major hurricane landfall since Hurricane Wilma in 2005, a drought that currently stands at 9 years. A new study estimates the mean time to wait for a 9 year drought is 177 years and...
Research has linked Arctic warming with severe weather in countries including the US and UK
A new way of analysing global cyclone data suggests that warming oceans lead to more intense cyclones but also result in fewer cyclones and that there is a trade-off between cyclone intensity and frequency
Researchers may have tracked down the missing heat predicted to have been accumulating in the oceans during the so called pause in global warming. Excess heat that entered the Pacific Ocean has flowed into the tropical Indian...
Study highlights ways to boost weather and climate predictions
Study reveals how rivers regulate global carbon cycle
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