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Ocean Acidification Process

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Ocean Acidification Process

About half of all the CO2 that has been pumped into the atmosphere since the beginning of the industrial era, 250 years ago, has been absorbed by the oceans.

Ten Gifts for the Climate Science Geek

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Ten Gifts for the Climate Science Geek

Satisfy your inner science nerd with these original, climate-themed gifts.

Hurricane Round-up 2010

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Hurricane Round-up 2010

November 30th marked the official end of the 2010 hurricane season, here are some pictures from this year's storms.

Geoengineering Methods

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Geoengineering Methods

From snatching carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the air like trees do, to launching giant mirrors into space, scientists are researching a wide variety of technologies to artificially slow global warming.

The Russian Heat Wave of 2010: Summer Temperatures

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The Russian Heat Wave of 2010: Summer Temperatures

The average temperature in Moscow during June, July and August 2010 was significantly hotter than any year since 1950.

The Russian Heat Wave of 2010: July Temperatures

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The Russian Heat Wave of 2010: July Temperatures

The average temperature in Moscow during July 2010 was significantly hotter than any year since 1950.

Drought and Climate in the American West

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Drought and Climate in the American West

Lake Mead is at a record low level, a stark symbol of increased water demand and a stubborn drought in the West. Will conditions persist and the reservoir sink farther? Scientist David McGee reveals how he looks for the answers by studying past dry spells.

A Hurricane Season With Supersized and Shrunken Storms

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A Hurricane Season With Supersized and Shrunken Storms

The 2010 Atlantic Hurricane season has been an unusually active one, with 17 named storms so far. Among these, Hurricane Igor stands out as one of the largest hurricanes observed, while Hurricane Paula was extremely small in comparison.