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1.  The Terrifying Future in Which We Return to a Past Too Warm for Antarctica's Ice Shelves  

2022-09-26


Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
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There is bad news for the planet when we consider what it means to have atmospheric carbon levels of 421 ppm.

2.  1,000-year-old stalagmites from a cave in India show the monsoon isn’t so reliable – their rings reveal a history of long, deadly droughts  

2022-09-20


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As water dripped in a remote cave, it left behind evidence of every monsoon season for a millennium. Scientists say it holds a warning for a country about to become the most populous on Earth.

3.  Guest post: Clam shells show how North Atlantic ‘tipped’ into Little Ice Age  

2022-09-06


Carbon Brief
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Global warming is already showing profound and visible impacts around the world. However, some changes... The post Guest post: Clam shells show how North Atlantic ‘tipped’ into Little Ice Age appeared first on Carbon Brief.

4.  Industrial Revolution Reversed 7,000-Year Cooling Trend in Siberia, Bringing Temperatures to Unprecedented Highs  

2022-08-26


Yale E360
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Siberia is today among the fastest-warming regions on Earth, but in the 7,000 years prior to the Industrial Revolution it saw summer temperatures steadily decline, according to a new study that underscores the profound impact of human-caused climate change on northern Russia.Read more on E360 →

5.  Last time CO2 levels were this high, there were trees at the South Pole  

2022-08-19


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Pliocene beech fossils in Antarctica when CO2 was at similar level to today point to planet’s future

6.  The volcanic eruption in Alaska that rocked ancient Egypt  

2022-07-18


Yale Universities Climate Connections
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Researchers link an eruption in the Aleutian Islands to Nile flood failures during Cleopatra’s reign. The post The volcanic eruption in Alaska that rocked ancient Egypt appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.

7.  Hot ocean warning from ancient history  

2022-07-05


The Ecologist
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Hot ocean warning from ancient history Channel News brendan 5th July 2022 Teaser Media

9.  Long-lost Core Drilled to Prepare Ice Sheet to Hide Nuclear Missiles Holds Clues About a Different Threat  

2021-03-15


Inside Climate News
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Before the U.S. military tried to hide nuclear missiles under the Greenland Ice Sheet during the Cold War, they asked scientists to determine the stability of the ice that would shelter the warheads. From the secret nuclear-powered Project Iceworm base, a maze of ice tunnels and caves spanning nearly two miles, they drilled down more […]

10.  Atmospheric CO2 Levels Haven't Been This High in 800,000 Years: NOAA  

2021-08-26


Common Dreams
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A major report on climate says both greenhouse gas concentrations and global sea levels hit record highs in 2020.

11.  All Our Yesterdays – #climate histories project launched: ideas wanted. #climatejustice #digitalhumanities  

2022-01-05


Environmental Politics Journal
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A new website, with a blog about the histories of climate policy, science and justice for every day of the…

12.  Untangled the Abrupt Cooling of the Younger Dryas Event? In Greenland, the Hiawatha Glacier Hides a 31-kilometer-wide Impact Crater  

2022-01-04


Severe Weather Europe
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In Greenland, the Hiawatha glacier hides a huge impact crater below the Ice Sheet. Regardless of its exact age, the asteroid had significant environmental consequences … The post Untangled the Abrupt Cooling of the Younger Dryas Event? In Greenland, the Hiawatha Glacier Hides a 31-kilometer-wide Impac...

13.  Climate Clues from the Past Prompt a New Look at History  

2021-12-20


Yale E360
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As scientists rapidly improve their ability to decipher past climate upheaval through ice cores and other “proxies,” historians are re-examining previous political and social turmoil and linking it to volcanic eruptions, prolonged droughts, and other disturbances in the natural world.Read more on E36...