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The Arctic is warming much faster, as climate change’s impact grows – The Washington Post

Placeholder while article actions load For residents of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, the United States’ recent success in clinching a major piece of climate change legislation may feel like too little, too late. Over the past 40 years, as…

‘Research Misconduct’: Scientist Falsified Work On Fish Behavior And Reefs

Yesterday, Science magazine reported that the University of Delaware “found one of its star scientists guilty of research misconduct.” This is a big deal. Science reports that the university [bold, links added]: …has accepted an investigative panel’s conclusion that marine…

Priceless Lost Jewels From Legendary Maravillas Shipwreck Are Finally Found in Bahamas

A sunken crown jewel hidden in The Bahamas since 1656—the shipwrecked remains of the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de las Maravillas (Our Lady of Wonders)—goes on display this week for the first time. The huge ship was part of a fleet headed back to Spain from Cuba, loaded with royal and private consignments. Also onboard […]

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Lyme Disease Cases Soared Over 15 Years Due to Global Warming: Researchers – Newsweek

Lyme disease cases have soared almost five-fold in 15 years because of global warming, according to new research. The potentially-fatal bacterial infection is transmitted by tiny spider-like bloodsuckers. Campers and hikers are particularly prone. An analysis found diagnoses rose 357…

Saved From Extinction: How the Gulf of Mexico Escaped Global Warming 56 Million Years Ago – SciTechDaily

The picture above depicts the Mississippi River flowing into the Gulf of Mexico. According to researchers at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, river sediments and ocean currents helped simple sea life in the Gulf survive a deep-ocean mass…

Guest Column – Questions related to global warming – Portland Press Herald – Press Herald

I’m a retired pastor, but my undergraduate degree was environmental science (Penn State, ’74). Back then, water vapor was considered the prominent green house gas. Several years ago, I wondered, where has it gone? I took an afternoon to read…

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