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As the leaves turn gold in southwest Wisconsin each fall, climate scientists from around the world gather there to share their latest findings on the
A mystery from some 18,000 years ago directly impacts how scientists understand the threat of climate change today. The Earth, shivering though the end of an
Richard Alley works at the forefront of climate research, interpreting the time machine of climate past locked in ice cores he collected in some of
Low snowfall and a dry spring prompted an early start to making 2015 the second most widespread fire season on record in Alaska. In 2004,
Throngs of demonstrators frustrated with government inaction on climate change filled the streets of Manhattan in fall. They wore cardboard cutout life preservers that said
The nearly five-year drought afflicting California and Nevada has restricted water usage, emptied reservoirs to historic low levels, and even caused the land to sink
That may look like a solar panel on the rooftop near Tucson, Arizona. But think again. It a carbon dioxide collector and we may be
Christine Chen is a scientist on a mission. Thousands of miles away from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she is a third-year doctoral student, Chen
Climatologist Sidney Hemming of Columbia University first came to the Mono Lake Basin in California to assist her husband, Gary Hemming, with his research but
Paleoclimatologist Gina Moseley found an old Kodak film box when she entered a cave in northeast Greenland last year? It gave her the clue that few


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