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April 2018
April 2018

Alessandro Silvano Warm waters are pooling underneath Antarctic glaciers in a way that's causing glaciers to melt more rapidly and preventing the formation of cool water beneath Antarctica, according to...
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Reed Timmer is Golden, Colorado where spring snow showers have began to cover the grass and left roads wet.
Tidal floods are a preview of what's to come as seas continue to rise. What happens during high tides now will happen on a regular basis in the future.
<p>A change in the weather pattern is likely to trigger one or more rounds of severe weather, including tornadoes, over the central United States next week.</p>
Ongoing drought and wildfires have cattle ranchers in at least five Southwestern U.S. states scrambling for hay or pastureland, while others are selling off some of their herds. Extreme to exceptional drought conditions have contributed to wildfires in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, delaying the growth of, or destroying grass and wheat used to feed cattle in spring.
Climate change isn’t just making weather more extreme. It’s making it more volatile. When California was in the midst of its wettest winter in 100 years in February of last year, 20 inches of rain fell in the Sierra Nevada over just three days, sending a record flow of water into the lake held back by the tallest dam in the United States.
<p>Following beneficial rain last Friday and Saturday, parts of the southern Plains still suffering from extreme to exceptional drought will receive more help from Mother Nature at midweek.</p>
Recent showers temporarily relieved drought conditions in parts of the southwestern United States, but dry weather will persist through the summer. The drought has contributed to numerous wildfires.&nbsp;
<p>Four people were injured Sunday when a Southern storm system sent a tornado ripping through an RV park in coastal Alabama, authorities said.</p>
<p>In a routine flyover in the Arctic ocean earlier this month, a NASA scientist photographed images of mysterious ice holes over the eastern Beaufort Sea.</p>
Burning coal is a part of daily life in Poland. As a result the country has some the most polluted air in the European Union, and 33 of its 50 dirtiest cities.
<p>Basic answers to basic questions about global warming and the future climate.</p>
The severe storm season has been slow to start. Meteorologist Heather Tesch explains why this is happening.
Earth Day 2018 is focused on a multi-year campaign to end plastic pollution.
<p>The world's sea levels are rising at faster and faster rates as waters warm and ice sheets melt.</p>
<p>Earth Day is marked on April 22 to spread awareness on environmental protection worldwide. The 2018 edition's focus is ending plastic pollution. Let's look at some beautiful images from our blue planet.</p>
Environmental group will use floating nets to snag plastic debris.
Flash flooding and mudslides have caused major damage to roads and bridges on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
A series of wildfires that broke out in Oklahoma earlier this week are still raging as of Thursday. Two people have died due to the blazes. The fires are so large that they're clearly visible from space. A blaze that broke out...
Japanese volcano Mount Io erupts for the first time in 250 years, spewing smoke and rocks into the sky and prompting authorities to issue evacuation of nearby mountain lodges and inns. No reporter narration.
The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting a 3.6-magnitude earthquake centered in southern Canada.&nbsp;
New storms are moving in after devastating flooding ravaged the island of Kauai​
"Pay now or we’re going to leave you here,” people were told.
<p>Most people respect the lethal power of volcanoes. While lava is usually too slow to run over people, active volcanoes are more often associated with violent earthquakes, avalanches, mudslides, tsunamis, huge clouds of suffocating ash and harmful gases.</p>
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