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Why It Is Important To Know The Main Cause Of Global Warming

When it comes to protecting our planet, there is no subject that is more important then that of the main cause of global warming. Although there is still a lot of work and research to be done in the science community it is important to know that a lo...
by Global Warming on Sep 15, 2009

Global Warming Is a Cause of Extreme Weather

It's almost a point of pride with climatologists. Whenever someplace is hit with a heat wave, drought, killer storm or other extreme weather, scientists trip over themselves to absolve global warming. No particular weather event, goes the mantra, can
by Global Warming on Jan 18, 2009

Greenland Glaciers may be Stabilizing after Rapid Retreat

Greenland Glaciers. So far this century, the glaciers of Greenland have been shrinking at a rapid pace, but according to a new study from Durham University in England this rapid decrease may stall out despite atmospheric warming, thus diminishing Gr...
by Global Warming on Jan 13, 2009

Scientists seek clues in historic global warming

Climate experts today began a major conference in Wellington canvassing evidence of climate change before humans .The conference at Te Papa, organised by GNS Science, is probing evidence of greenhouse effects in the climate of the Paleogene period, 6...
by Global Warming on Jan 13, 2009

Polar Sea Ice Changes are Having a Net Cooling Effect on the Climate

A guest post by Steven Goddard One of the most widely discussed climate feedbacks is the albedo effect of polar sea ice loss. Ice has a relatively high albedo (reflectance) so a reduction in polar ice area has the effect of causing more shortwave r...
by Global Warming on Jan 11, 2009

Yellow submarine to probe Antarctica glacier

PUNTA ARENAS, Chile (Reuters) – A yellow robot submarine will dive under an ice shelf in Antarctica to seek clues to world ocean level rises in one of the most inaccessible places on earth.The 7-meter (22 ft) submarine, to be launched from a U.S. r...
by Global Warming on Jan 8, 2009

Soot reduction 'could help to stop global warming'

Cutting one of humanity's most common pollutants would have immediate cooling effect, Nasa claimsGovernments could slow global warming dramatically, and buy time to avert disastrous climate change, by slashing emissions of one of humanity's most
by Global Warming on Jan 4, 2009

Amazing discovery of green algae which could save the world from global warming

Melting icebergs, so long the iconic image of global warming, are triggering a natural process that could delay or even end climate change, British scientists have found.A team working on board the Royal Navy’s HMS Endurance off the coast of Antarc...
by Global Warming on Jan 4, 2009

Is global warming dangerous?

Experts explore the disconnect between values and behavior on global warming.Scientists hosted a public briefing this week in Washington D.C., in which they presented scientific findings about Americans’ perceptions of global warming.At the briefin...
by Global Warming on Dec 20, 2008

Indonesia Peat Fires May Fuel Global Warming, Experts Say

As they have every dry season for the last 20 years, once lush tropical peatlands in Indonesia smoldered for weeks this year, leaving the region cloaked in a thick, carbon-rich haze.The rainy season arrived at the end of October, squelching the flame...
by Global Warming on Dec 6, 2008


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