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In the United States, Europe and China, global warming is leading to more frequent heavy rainfall. Continue reading →
Rushing rivers are helping melt Arctic sea ice, according to new research by NASA scientists. Continue reading →
The rapid pace of global warming and the slow pace of coral growth may mean the reef is unlikely to evolve quickly enough to survive.
A large living coral reef has just been found in the coastal waters of Iraq.
A coal seam fire in Australia has been burning for a month. See the battle against the mountain of fire.
The heavy snows of winter 2013-14 already have earned a place in the top 5 snowiest winters ever for numerous U.S. cities. Continue reading →
A pesky species of icky algae is infiltrating parts of eastern Canada due to global warming.
If current trends in global warming continue unmitigated, some of the world's most well-known landmarks could be destroyed by rising global sea levels, says new research.
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