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Climate Change Killed The Woolly Mammoth?

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Video may have killed the radio star but something more serious took down the woolly mammoth. According to a new study recently published in the journal Science, abrupt global warming may have been what caused the mass extinction of woolly ...

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Bumblebee Population At Risk Too, Thanks to Climate Change

Climate Change Is Destroying The World’s bumblebee Population

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A great view in Spring and Summer is that of bees flying in the air, pollinating the plants on sunny days. However, it is unfortunate that climate change is affecting the population of the humble bumble bees and in the ...

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Thawing Permafrost Could Release Over 100 Billion Tonnes of Carbon

Thawing Permafrost Could Release Over 100 Billion Tonnes of Carbon

A team of researchers have now found that over 100 billion tonnes of locked in permafrost could be released into the atmosphere as temperatures start to rise over the course of the century. The release of carbon from the permafrost ...

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So the Climate Change Models Were True After All

Climate change models aren’t exaggerating global warming, study says

Records of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere millions of years ago support current predictions on climate change from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) according to a new study. New records have been analysed by a multinational research team ...

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Decreasing Pika Population Linked to Climate Change

Decreasing range of California pikas related to climate change: Study

The American pika, which is a cute little animal resembling a rabbit, commonly found in the mountains of North America, is now disappearing in California. The findings of a new study have found that the rising temperatures could be responsible ...

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Scientists: 2014 Sizzled To Hottest Year On Record

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For the third time in ten years, the globe sizzled to the hottest year on record, federal scientists announced on Friday. Both the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA calculated that in 2014 the world had its hottest year ...

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Is 2015 All Set to be the Year of Serious Climate Change?

2015 Could Be the Year of Serious Climate Changes

2014 has already been declared the warmest year in the last 135 years globally, and now, speculations are on that 2015 could be even warmer, possibly being the year of serious climate changes. This new finding has now posed a ...

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Is Climate Change, City Growth Influencing your Risk of Dengue?

Risk of dengue increases due to climate change, city growth

The first ever maps of dengue vulnerability have recently revealed that large parts of South America, Central and Western Africa and Europe are facing a risk of having deadly outbreaks of dengue, possibly due to climate change and urbanization. Dengue ...

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