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2021 North American heatwave amplified by climate change-driven nonlinear interactions – Nature.com

Popovich, N. & Choi-Schagrin, W. Hidden toll of the Northwest heat wave: hundreds of extra deaths. The New York Times (11 August 2021). Excess Deaths Associated with COVID-19 (CDC, 2021); https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/excess_deaths.htm Heat-Related Deaths in B.C. Knowledge Update (BC Coroners Service,…

Differences Between Global Warming and Climate Change – Treehugger

The terms “global warming” and “climate change” are often used interchangeably. In the scientific literature, climate change and global warming are inextricably linked, even if they are distinct phenomena. The simplest explanation of that linkage is that global warming is…

Earth’s Warming Hole – Is It an Indication of an Impending Climate Change Catastrophe? – SciTechDaily

Despite global warming, a section of the North Atlantic Ocean, known as the warming hole, has been observed to cool. University of Miami researchers discover that a swath of cooling water in the subpolar region is unrelated to an ocean…

NOAA: Where Does Global Warming Go During La Niña? – SnowBrains

In general, the warmest year of any decade will be an El Niño year, the coldest a La Niña one. This graph shows annual average surface temperatures (gray bars), grouped by decade, from 1950 to 2021. The warmest and coldest…

The upcoming El Nino and further events and developments

The upcoming El Niño The above image shows a forecast for August 2023 of the sea surface temperature anomaly in degrees Celsius, from tropicaltidbits.com. The forecast shows temperatures that are higher than average (based on 1984-2009 model climatology) for the…

Global cooling caused by La Niña won’t slow climate change – 9News.com KUSA

La Niña weather patterns result in cooler than normal weather globally, but they are not cool enough to slow climate change. DENVER — The La Niña weather pattern starts with cooler-than-normal sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean along the equator….

Global cooling caused by La Niña won’t slow climate change – WTOL

La Niña weather patterns result in cooler than normal weather globally, but they are not cool enough to slow climate change. DENVER — The La Niña weather pattern starts with cooler-than-normal sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean along the equator….

Media Falsely Blame Climate Change For Alaska’s Plunging Snow Crab Numbers

The media is abuzz this week with stories related to the first-ever cancellation of Alaska’s Snow Crab season for 2022. Media outlets like Bloomberg are wrongly attributing the decline in snow crabs to climate change, citing nothing more than opinions…

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