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In the 12 months up to July 14, 2016, 48 earthquakes with a magnitude of 4 or higher on the Richter scale hit the map area of the image below, mostly at a depth of 10 km (6.214 miles). As temperatures keep rising and as mel...
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In the 12 months up to July 14, 2016, 48 earthquakes with a magnitude of 4 or higher on the Richter scale hit the map area of the image below, mostly at a depth of 10 km (6.214 miles). As temperatures keep rising and as melt...
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How much have temperatures risen and how much additional warming could eventuate over the next decade? The image on the right shows a potential global temperature rise by 2026 from pre-industrial levels. This rise contains a ...
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Writer, policy developer, blogger and prolific poster at social media (Blogger, Facebook, Twitter, Gather, Yahoo and Google groups, etc).

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A Global Temperature Rise Of More than Ten Degrees Celsius By 2026?
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How much have temperatures risen and how much additional warming could eventuate over the next decade? The image on the right shows a potent

Extreme Weather Events
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Sea ice close to the North Pole looks slushy and fractured into small pieces. The image below shows the situation on July 8, 2016. Sea ice n

2016 Arctic Sea Ice Headed To Zero
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The image below shows that Arctic sea ice extent on July 3, 2016, was 8,707,651 square km, i.e. less than the 8.75 million square km that ex

Climate Feebacks Start To Kick In More
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Droughts and heatwaves are putting vegetation under devastating pressure while also causing wildfires resulting in deforestation and loss of

Ocean Heat Overwhelming North Atlantic
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Arctic sea ice extent on June 19, 2016, was at a record low for the time of the year, as the (updated) image below shows. [ image from JAXA

High Temperatures In Arctic
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0-2000 m Global Ocean Heat Content Ocean heat content is rising, as illustrated by the image on the right. Where the sea ice is retreating,

How Much Warming Have Humans Caused?
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How much did temperatures rise? Differences in baseline (reference period) can result in dramatic differences in temperature rise. The U.K.

Arctic Climate Records Melting
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An intensely warm winter and spring are melting climate records across Alaska, reports NOAA in the post 'Arctic set for record-breaking melt

Arctic Sea Ice gone by September 2016?
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Above image shows that Arctic sea ice extent is very low, much lower than it was in other years at this time of year. On May 11, 2016, Arcti

Wildfire Danger Increasing
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Wildfires are starting to break out in British Columbia, Canada. The wildfire on the image below started on May 1, 2016 (hat tip to Hubert B

More and more extreme weather
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The weather is getting more and more extreme. On April 23, 2016, temperatures in India were as high as 47.7°C or 117.9°F. At the same time,

March temperature
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Above image shows Land-Ocean (in red) and Land-only (in black) global monthly temperature anomalies compared to the average over the period

Can we Design Hydrogen-Fuelled Aircraft?
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Can we Design Hydrogen-Fuelled Aircraft? S H Salter, Engineering and Electronics, University of Edinburgh.EH9 3JL. The collection of tempera

Record Arctic Warming
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On April 3rd, 2016, Arctic sea ice extent was at a record low for the time of the year, reports the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC

February Temperature
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The February 2016 land and ocean temperature anomaly was 1.35°C (2.43°F) above the average temperature in the period from 1951 to 1980, as a

Ten Degrees Warmer In A Decade?
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In 2015, mean global carbon dioxide grew by 3.09 parts per million (ppm), more than in any year since the record started in 1959. An added p

Three kinds of warming in the Arctic
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The Arctic is prone to suffer from three kinds of warming. Firstly, the Arctic is hit particularly hard by emissions, as discussed in earlie

Arctic sea ice area at record low for time of year
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Arctic sea ice area on January 28, 2016, was only 12.17902 million square km. At this time of year, sea ice area hasn't been as low as this

Why America should lead on climate
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There are many reasons why America should take the lead in action on climate change. It's fair and in everyone's interest that America takes

2015 warmest year on record
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1.1°C or 34.1°F at the North PoleThe year 2015 is shaping up to be the warmest year on record. In the media, a lot of attention has been giv