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Scholars examine the link between climate change and extreme weather – University of Miami

Scholars examine the link between climate change and extreme weather  University of Miami

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Dead Birds Washing Up by the Thousands Send a Warning About Climate Change

A dead zone of common murres—a species known for its resilience … universities and bird rescue organizations documented the die-off and concluded from the data that it was caused by a …

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How climate change is impacting oxygen levels in the ocean

In February 2017 German researchers detected a major change to our oceans — marking the first in-depth look at how much oxygen is left in the world’s water, using 50 years of data. Except a few …

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‘She loved orangutans!’: Jane Fonda bemoans climate evils of palm oil-based ‘vaginal lubrication’

Actress and liberal activist Jane Fonda railed against the environmental impact of palm oil and singled out its use in some vaginal lubricants. “I’m embarrassed to admit that up until a few years ago, …

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Why 2019 extreme weather didn’t prompt climate policy action – PBS NewsHour

Why 2019 extreme weather didn’t prompt climate policy action  PBS NewsHour

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Climate change contributing to increase in extreme weather events, says expert report – physicsworld.com

Climate change contributing to increase in extreme weather events, says expert report  physicsworld.com

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Warming climate will impact dead zones in Chesapeake Bay

In recent years, scientists have projected increasingly large summer dead zones in the Chesapeake Bay, areas where there is little or no oxygen … In coastal waters, the depletion of oxygen in bottom …

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Fingerprints of climate change are increasingly appearing in extreme weather – Science News

Fingerprints of climate change are increasingly appearing in extreme weather  Science News

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‘The ocean is suffocating’: Oxygen dead zones caused by climate change are putting sharks, tuna and marlin at risk

Due to the effects of deoxygenation – the removal of oxygen from the ocean – there are now more than 700 “dead zones” unable to sustain fish that rely on oxygen globally, up from 45 before 1960.

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