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What does it mean that (once rare) atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming more frequent? – The Hill

What does it mean that (once rare) atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming more frequent? | The Hill Skip to content National Weather Service Atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming increasingly frequent and intense parts of the North…

Winter wonderland on Mars

NASA captured fascinating images of the winter wonderland on Mars. When Mars thaws in the spring, the ice takes on new shapes and results in erupting geysers.

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Fascinating Images Show ‘Winter Wonderland’ on Mars Captured by Reconnaissance Orbiter

Fascinating images have been released that show a winter wonderland on Mars of cube-shaped snow, icy landscapes, and frost. It’s not any winter wonderland in which you’d like to be walking, as the snapshots of the landscape reveal temperatures of -123°C. The photos of Mars’ coldest season were taken by the HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging […]

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Mohenjo Daro emerges as symbol of global warming threat to cultural heritage – Pakistan Today

KARACHI: One of the world’s first cities came close to being wiped off the map during tragic floods this summer in Pakistan. Though Mohenjo Daro survived, it has become a symbol of the threat global warming poses to humanity’s cultural…

It’s raining harder in the U.S., but is climate change to blame? – Study Finds

EVANSTON, Ill. — A new study finds that when it rains, it really does pour. Researchers from Northwestern University say it’s actually raining harder in the United States — and climate change may be to blame. The study found that…

The brown planet? Global warming is literally changing the color of Earth’s water – Study Finds

WASHINGTON — The next generation may never see a polar bear and, apparently, they may never see blue lakes again as well. A new study from researchers at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) found that if global warming continues along…

OPINION | ART HOBSON: Tipping points signal the catestrophic threats of global warming – Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Mother Earth has finally awakened most of us to the reality of global warming. As epic wildfires, unprecedented flooding, record heatwaves and devastating droughts strike around the world, extreme weather dominates the news. For one example, the world’s fifth most-populous…

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