More difficult than expected for glaciers to recover from climate warming

Journal Reference: Henning Åkesson, Mathieu Morlighem, Johan Nilsson, Christian Stranne, Martin Jakobsson. Petermann ice shelf may not recover after a future breakup. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-29529-5 A team of scientists from Stockholm University and University of California Irvine investigated whether the Petermann Ice Shelf in northern Greenland could recover from a future … Read more

Bay Area storms get wetter in a warming world

Journal Reference: Christina M. Patricola, Michael F. Wehner, Emily Bercos-Hickey, Flor Vanessa Maciel, Christine May, Michael Mak, Olivia Yip, Anna M. Roche, Susan Leal. Future changes in extreme precipitation over the San Francisco Bay Area: Dependence on atmospheric river and extratropical cyclone events. Weather and Climate Extremes, 2022; 36: 100440 DOI: 10.1016/j.wace.2022.100440 Writing in Weather … Read more

Simulations explain Greenland’s slower summer warming

Journal Reference: Shinji Matsumura, Koji Yamazaki, Kazuyoshi Suzuki. Slow-down in summer warming over Greenland in the past decade linked to central Pacific El Niño. Communications Earth & Environment, 2021; 2 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s43247-021-00329-x A puzzling, decade-long slowdown in summer warming across Greenland has been explained by researchers at Hokkaido University in Japan. Their observational analysis … Read more

Nature-based carbon removal can help protect us from a warming planet

Journal Reference: H. Damon Matthews, Kirsten Zickfeld, Mitchell Dickau, Alexander J. MacIsaac, Sabine Mathesius, Claude-Michel Nzotungicimpaye, Amy Luers. Temporary nature-based carbon removal can lower peak warming in a well-below 2 °C scenario. Communications Earth & Environment, 2022; 3 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s43247-022-00391-z Nature-based climate solutions aim to preserve and enhance carbon storage in terrestrial or aquatic ecosystems … Read more

Warming oceans are getting louder

Journal Reference: Alice Affatati, Chiara Scaini, Stefano Salon. Ocean Sound Propagation in a Changing Climate: Global Sound Speed Changes and Identification of Acoustic Hotspots. Earth’s Future, 22 March 2022 DOI: 10.1029/2021EF002099 In warmer water, sound waves propagate faster and last longer before dying away. “We calculated the effects of temperature, depth and salinity based on … Read more

Wildfires devastate the land they burn, and they are also warming the planet

Journal Reference: Siyao Yue, Jialei Zhu, Shuang Chen, Qiaorong Xie, Wei Li, Linjie Li, Hong Ren, Sihui Su, Ping Li, Hao Ma, Yanbing Fan, Borong Cheng, Libin Wu, Junjun Deng, Wei Hu, Lujie Ren, Lianfang Wei, Wanyu Zhao, Yu Tian, Xiaole Pan, Yele Sun, Zifa Wang, Fengchang Wu, Cong-Qiang Liu, Hang Su, Joyce E. Penner, … Read more

Global warming is amplifying our water cycle – and it’s happening much faster than we expected

Global warming is amplifying our water cycle – and it’s happening much faster than we expected – NovLink Home Mash M Global warming is amplifying our water cycle – and it’s happening much faster than we expected We wish to thank the author of this short article for this outstanding web content Global warming is … Read more

Reducing tropical cyclone impacts: The double benefit of climate protection through both limiting and delaying global warming

Reducing tropical cyclone impacts: The double benefit of climate protection through both limiting and delaying global warming – NovLink Home Mash R Reducing tropical cyclone impacts: The double benefit of climate protection through both limiting and delaying global warming We want to say thanks to the author of this post for this incredible web content … Read more

Useful warming chocolate – Food Pharmacy

Useful warming chocolate Food Pharmacy

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Study of Antarctic ice’s deep past shows it could be more vulnerable to warming

Journal Reference: Marschalek, J.W., Zurli, L., Talarico, F. et al. A large West Antarctic Ice Sheet explains early Neogene sea-level amplitude. Nature, 2021 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04148-0 The new study, led by Imperial College London scientists, examined the status of Antarctic ice sheets during the Early Miocene, around 18-16 million years ago, which experienced both warm and … Read more

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