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On March 29, 1848, a massive ice jam reduced the mighty Niagara Falls to a trickle, a rare phenomenon that lasted for nearly 40 hours. The ice jam developed...
The spring snowmelt now comes more than two weeks earlier than it did in the 1970s in Wyoming's Wind River Range, a new study finds. The trend is...
Through a combination of hydropower, solar power, and geothermic energy, Costa Rica has managed to use no fossil fuels for the first 75 days of 2015.
In 1985, a 28-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh quit his government job, left his family and arrived in the dead of the night at a small village in Rajasthan’s Alwar district. Rajendra Singh, along with four companions from the Tarun Bharat Sangh, a non-profit that traces its origins to the University of Rajasthan, wanted to work in the […]
News cycles tend to be dominated by horror and carnage — a recipe for depression that spills into climate change coverage, fueling what some experts call a ‘hope gap’ that can lead people to fret about global warming but feel powerless to do anything about it. 
<p>Though springlike weather has been slow to arrive for much of the Eastern United States, allergy sufferers may soon pay the price for winter's unhurried retreat.</p>
Despite what critics say, the project will encourage higher-density growth—and save precious water over the long term.
After the Big Dig-out, it's time for the Big Payout. Or will it be the Big Denial?New England's epic winter is on pace to produce a corresponding number of claims as thousands of homeowners seek to repair damage. Successive storms dumped 110 inches of snowfall in Boston alone, a record for an entire season."It's a part-time job just to navigate it all," says Cathy Schwarz, a Plymouth resident who is working with her insurer and repair companies after rooftop ice dams caused leaks in her house. "Everybody says you'll get through this, but all I can see is a house that's just not livable right now."The winter was so unusually severe that...
<p>Even though potholes seem to pop up out of nowhere as the weather steps out of winter, the time of year is no coincidence and the warmer weather that most people welcome comes with a steep cost to cities and car owners.</p>
05:34AM ET 03.28.15 A project from the Red Cross is teaching youngsters how to get ready in case of a tornado.
<p>Gov. Charlie Baker formally asked the federal government on Friday to declare a disaster in 10 Massachusetts counties after a relentless series of winter storms brought record snowfall and frigid temperatures, causing 25 deaths and costing the state and its cities and towns an estimated $400 million.</p>
<p>A significant change in the weather pattern is anticipated for much of the United States during the middle of April.</p>
Communities in Chile's northern desert region dug houses and cars out of the mud and worked to reopen roads Friday after floods pummeled several cities and...
More education makes Democrats more concerned about climate, but among Republicans, it's the opposite. That's according to a Gallup poll released Thursday, which found that Republicans with a college degree are more likely to say that concern over climate change has been overblown than are Republicans with a high school degree or less. In contrast, college-educated Democrats are more likely than Democrats who have not graduated from college to worry ...
11:34AM ET 03.27.15 The first tornadoes of March didn't happen until the 25th. The Weather Channel severe weather expert Dr. Greg Forbes explains why we have seen so little severe weather during the month.
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11:33AM ET 03.27.15 The Weather Channel severe weather expert Dr. Greg Forbes why it seems that central Oklahoma seems to be a tornado target.
Inland Boat, Fukushima Japan Steve Herman for VOA via Wikimedia Commons The 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami wiped out whole neighborhoods along Japan’s north eastern coast. Now, Japan is considering an extraordinary measure to protect against future tsunamis: a 250-mile long sea wall, four stories high. With a price tag of almost $7 billion, it pales in cost compared to the Bank of Japan’s $35 billion dollar estimate of damage from the earthquake alone.
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01:43PM ET 03.27.15 It may be spring but snow is in the forecast for parts of the Northeast. And for Boston, which has already set a record for most snow in a winter, more is on the way.
Antarctica David Stanley/Flickr CC by 2.0 Antarctica is a frozen, beautiful continent, that might not be completely frozen for much longer. 
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Over the past two decades, the massive platforms of floating ice that dot the coast of Antarctica have been thinning and doing so at an increasing rate, likely at least in part because of global warming. Scientists are worried about its implications for significant sea level rise. Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf. Click image to enlarge. Credit: Michael Studinger/NASA. The ice shelves — some of which are larger than California and tens to hundreds of yards thick — are the linchpins of the Antarctic ice sheet system, holding back the millions of cubic miles of ice contained in the glaciers that flow into them, like doorstops. As the ice sheets thin, the massive rivers of ice behind them can surge forward into the sea. Antarctica holds enough ice, if it all melted, to raise sea levels more than 200 feet. That would take hundreds to thousands of years, but the recent thinning of the ice shelves means that there has already been an increase in the rate of Antarctica’s contribution to sea level rise, and it’s accelerating. While it was known that many ice shelves were thinning and glaciers were flowing faster to sea, this study is “another in a series of really blockbuster studies” that uses satellite data to show just how much and where Antarctica is changing, Ted Scambos, a glaciologist with the National Snow &amp; Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo., said. Scambos who was not involved with the study. “There’s some very large changes that have added up,” study author Helen Amanda Fricker, a glaciologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in California, said. Delicate Balance The melting of ice shelves or the breaking off of icebergs aren’t themselves signs of climate change. They’re natural processes that help keep the mass of a glacier in balance: Snow that falls in the continent’s interior adds ice to the glacier, while ice shelf melt and iceberg calving keep the glacier in balance by losing about the same amount of ice that is added. The problem comes when the ice shelves lose more mass than the glaciers are gaining. “The ice shelves shouldn’t be losing volume if they’re in balance,” Fricker said. This balance is what Fricker and her graduate student Fernando Paolo were looking at when they stitched together 18 years of satellite data (from 1994 to 2012) from three overlapping European Space Agency missions that measured the volume of Antarctica’s ice shelves with radar altimetry. What they found was that the massive ice shelves were losing, on the whole, about 30 to 50 cubic miles of ice per year over that span. And in that period, the rate of ice loss accelerated by an average of 7 cubic miles per year. “So there’s a loss, but that loss is increasing,” said Fernando Paolo, the lead author of the study that was
Clinging To A Precipice Li Weidong In remote northwest China, the cliffs of the Tian Shan mountains provide the last holdout for the Ili pika, a tiny rabbit relative with a shrinking habitat. The Ili pika was always a rare and elusive creature, and it’s becoming rarer. Last summer it was photographed for the first time in 20 years, and the adorable photos were published this month in National Geographic's China edition. Conservationist Li Weidong, the photographer, discovered the species in 1983. Since then, he’s documented the Ili pika’s decline. Analyzing tracks and droppings, Li and another scientist estimate that the Ili pika’s numbers dropped from 2,900 in the 1990s to 2,000 in 2005. There may be only 1,000 Ili pika left today. "I discovered the species, and I watched as it became endangered," Li told CNN. "If it becomes extinct in front of me, I'll feel so guilty." Climate change is believed to be the culprit behind the Ili pika’s demise. As mountaintop glaciers melt, the animals have to climb to higher and higher elevations to find a permanently snowy habitat. Soon they may have nowhere else to go. Though the IUCN lists the Ili pika as endangered, CNN notes that the animal is not included on China's List of Wildlife under Special State Protection. Nĭ Hăo, Ili Pika Li Weidong [National Geographic, CNN]
A photo of a cross in Tulsa, Oklahoma has gone viral after a tornado ripped through the town.
Oklahomans salvaged soggy belongings Thursday after the Plains' first tornado outbreak of 2015, expressing gratitude that casualties were low...
Though springlike weather has been slow to arrive for much of the Eastern United States, allergy sufferers may soon pay the price for winter's unhurried...
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