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Old Ship Logs Reveal Adventure, Tragedy and Hints About Climate
What can yesterday's weather tell us about how the climate is changing today? That's what an army of volunteers looking at old ships' logs is trying to answer through the Old Weather project. PMEL is a partner is the Arctic data recovery discussed in this interview. See PMEL's Arctic ReDiscovery website for a discussion of the project featured in this news article.
Scientists probe poorly understood linkage between melting Arctic and extreme weather
A new review article, released yesterday in Nature Geoscience, offers one additional theory about the link between the Arctic and extreme weather in midlatitudes
What Can a 19th Century Arctic Shipwreck Tell Us About the 21st Century's Most Wicked Problem?
How citizen science started at PMEL is helping us discover stories of the past.
Report: More acidic seawater poses risks in Alaska
The release of carbon dioxide into the air from power plant smokestacks to the tailpipe on your car could pose a risk to red king crab and other lucrative fisheries in Alaska, a new report says.
Arctic Warming and Increased Weather Extremes: The National Research Council Speaks
Arctic warming is happening at twice the average level of global warming in a process called arctic amplification, where more warming occurs as ice is lost because less of the sun’s energy is reflected back into space