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Climate Change Offers Up a New Wine List

Climate Change Offers Up a New Wine List

Climate change could dramatically affect the climate that has made California wine country so successful. Read More

Cape Cod’s Shape Constantly Changing, for Good and Bad

Cape Cod’s Shape Constantly Changing, for Good and Bad

With its long stretches of undeveloped coastline, Cape Cod National Seashore is an ideal place to study coastal changes without the added stress of worrying about infrastructure.… Read More

Records Fall During Extended Heat Wave

Records Fall During Extended Heat Wave

The current heat wave comes on the heels of a very hot July across much of the country (with the exception of the West Coast).… Read More

Offshore Wind Energy Potential Boosted During Heat Wave, Data Shows

Offshore Wind Energy Potential Boosted During Heat Wave, Data Shows

According to recent research from Stony Brook University, there is a distinct trend of windy weather that develops in the summer between New Jersey and New York harbor, and extending northeastward up to Cape Cod.… Read More

Sea Level Rise to Put the “Squeeze” on Coastal Georgia

Sea Level Rise to Put the “Squeeze” on Coastal Georgia

Mention “global warming in this part of the world and most people's eyes will glaze over. Sea level rise, however, has tangibility that residents here experience with every high tide.… Read More

Georgia’s Coastal Infrastructure Under Threat

Georgia’s Coastal Infrastructure Under Threat

In another 75 years, Hurley says people’s homes on Savannah’s west side are not going to be habitable due to tidal flooding, creating some real engineering hurdles.… Read More

Why Global Warming Slowed in the 2000’s: Another Possible Explanation

Why Global Warming Slowed in the 2000’s: Another Possible Explanation

Where the two studies emphatically agree is that if the level of aerosols goes down - due to a lull in eruptions, or a reduction in coal-plant pollution, or both - the pace of warming would likely pick up.… Read More

Climate Change May Make Carbon Sinks Less Effective, Studies Say

Climate Change May Make Carbon Sinks Less Effective, Studies Say

New research has revealed surprising details on which carbon sinks are doing the heaviest lifting, and some not-so surprising details about how effective these carbon sinks are likely to be in the future as the climate changes. … Read More