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Arctic Report Card sounds alarm for region’s oceans
A continually warming Arctic is having profound impacts across the top of the planet and beyond, according to a government report released here today at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
Old ship records to shed light on Arctic ice loss
Researchers are looking to the past to gain a clearer picture of what the future holds for ice in the Arctic. A project to analyse and digitize ship logs dating back to the 1850's aims to lengthen the timeline of recorded ice data.
Mathis Joins CIFAR Fellows
We are pleased to announce that ocean acidification expert Jeremy Mathis has accepted an invitation to join the CIFAR Fellows.
Burning Questions about Winter Cold
Old Man Winter seems to have gone maverick in the Northern Hemisphere over the last few years. Take 2014 as an example. It's on track to be the warmest globally in more than a century of record-keeping, with May, June, August, and September all setting world heat records.
Researchers study if Arctic warming behind 'weird weather'
NOAA and JISAO scientists are flying the high-tech P-3 aircraft to hunt some secrets of climate change. Thursday morning, a 12-person NOAA crew, plus four climate scientists prepared to set off for Alaska, and a mission to monitor changing ocean and atmospheric conditions.