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July 12, 2023

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Salinity Changes Threatening Marine Ecosystems

A groundbreaking study reveals the critical yet severely understudied factor of salinity changes in ocean and coastlines caused by climate ...

Using AI to Save Species from Extinction Cascades

Algorithms can predict what movies or songs you might like, but they can also predict which species a predator would most likely eat. Researchers have been using machine learning to identify species interactions, and can predict which species are most likely to go extinct, so that intervention can ...

Global Cooling Caused Diversity of Species in Orchids, Confirms Study

Research shows global cooling of the climate 10 million years ago led to an explosion of diversity in terrestrial ...

Doom-and-Gloom Climate News May Scare but Also Encourage Audiences

Researchers investigated how seeing frightening news about climate change day after day may shape the way people feel about the phenomenon and how willing they are to take action to address ...

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Great Basin: History of Water Supply in One of the Driest Regions in the USA

一个国际研究小组evolut重建ion of groundwater in the Great Basin, USA -- one of the driest regions on Earth -- up to 350,000 years into the past with unprecedented accuracy. ...

Most People Feel 'Psychologically Close' to Climate Change

当刺激行动对抗气候变化、非政府组织and governmental agencies frequently operate on the assumption that people are unmotivated to act because they view climate change as a problem that ...

Nullarbor Rocks Reveal Australia's Transformation from Lush to Dust

Researchers have discovered how long ago the Australian Nullarbor plain dried out, with a new approach shedding light on how ancient climate change altered some of the driest regions of our ...

Warming Arctic Draws Marine Predators Northwards

Marine predators have expanded their ranges into the Arctic waters over the last twenty years, driven by climate change and associated increases in ...

Social Comparisons Better Than Knowledge in Climate Change Mitigation Interventions

In interventions designed to encourage more sustainable and climate-smart behavior, examples of what other people are doing and financial 'carrots' are more important than providing ...

How to Prepare for Ocean Acidification, a Framework

An international research team develops a rubric for governments and policymaking bodies to evaluate preparedness for ocean ...

Climate Change Threatens Lemurs on Madagascar

Even supposedly adaptable mammal species face increased risk of ...

Arctic Climate Modelling Too Conservative

Climate models used by the UN's IPCC and others to project climate change are not accurately reflecting what the Arctic's future will be, experts ...

Assessing the Potential Risks of Ocean-Based Climate Intervention Technologies on Deep-Sea Ecosystems

An international team of experts convened remotely as part of the Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative's Climate Working Group to consider the deep-sea impacts of ocean-based climate intervention ...

Anthropogenic Climate Change Poses Systemic Risk to Coffee Cultivation

Coffee is important to the economies of coffee producing regions. A new study suggests that climate change may significantly affect land where coffee is ...

Sea Level Rise Poses Particular Risk for Asian Megacities

Sea level rise this century may disproportionately affect certain Asian megacities, according to new research that looks at the effects of natural sea level fluctuations in addition to climate ...


Breathing Is Going to Get Tougher

Not all pollution comes from people. When global temperatures increase by 4 degrees Celsius, harmful plant emissions and dust will also increase by as much as 14 percent, according to new ...

Pakistan Streamflow Timing Will Become Three Times Faster by End of Century

A research team investigated changes in seasonal variability of streamflow over Pakistan from bias-corrected regional climate ...

Climate Trends in the West, Today and 11,000 Years Ago

What we think of as the classic West Coast climate began just about 4,000 years ago, finds a study on climate trends of the Holocene ...

Feedback Loops Make Climate Action Even More Urgent, Scientists Say

Researchers have identified 26 global warming accelerators known as amplifying feedback loops that the researchers say aren't being properly included in climate models. They note that the ...

Past Records Help to Predict Different Effects of Future Climate Change on Land and Sea

Ongoing climate change driven by greenhouse gas emissions is often discussed in terms of global average warming. For example, the landmark Paris Agreement seeks to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees ...

What Makes People Care About the Environment?

A new study analyzes the factors that drive environmental concern among Europeans in an effort to understand how we can bolster popular support for combating climate ...

Study Links Adoption of Electric Vehicles With Less Air Pollution and Improved Health

A team of researchers have now begun to document the actual impact of electric vehicle adoption in the first study to use real-world data to link electric cars, air pollution and health. Leveraging ...

Mixing Between Species Reduces Vulnerability to Climate Change

New research provides rare evidence that natural hybridization can reduce the risk of extinction of species threatened by climate change. Researchers have identified genes that enable Rainbowfish to ...

Vulnerability of Red Sea Urchins to Climate Change Depends on Location

A new study of red sea urchins, a commercially valuable species, investigated how different populations respond to changes in their environments. The results show that red sea urchin populations in ...

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