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Woods Placky on Heavy Downpours and Extreme Flooding Events Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Woods Placky on Heavy Downpours and Extreme Flooding Events

Why are we seeing more extreme flood events? You can thank our warming world.

The Surfing Scientists of Narragansett, Rhode Island Watch Video

Videos - News and Reports

The Surfing Scientists of Narragansett, Rhode Island

Surf's up, but so is the sea level! Meet a couple of surfer scientists who offer a unique and personal perspective on how a warming world is affecting the Rhode Island coastline and their favorite pastime.

Sublette on Heavy Downpours and Destruction in Ellicott City, Maryland Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Sublette on Heavy Downpours and Destruction in Ellicott City, Maryland

Is this just really bad luck for Ellicott City, or is it something else?

Ben Strauss on Stronger Hurricanes Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Ben Strauss on Stronger Hurricanes

Our CEO and Chief Scientist Ben Strauss talks with Meteorologist Cris Martinez about how more intense hurricanes are fueled by warmer ocean temperatures.

Weather Extremes: Heavy Rain and Flooding Watch Video

Videos - Extreme Weather

Weather Extremes: Heavy Rain and Flooding

Why the increase in heavy downpours? Warmer air means more evaporation off the oceans, and more water vapor in the atmosphere.

Sublette on Arctic Sea Ice Maximum Extent Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Sublette on Arctic Sea Ice Maximum Extent

Here's how Arctic sea ice may impact weather patterns.

Sublette on Philadelphia Sea Level Rise Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Sublette on Philadelphia Sea Level Rise

Sea level rise from climate change poses threats to Philadelphia, including most of its airport.

The Shum Show: Holiday Head-Scratcher Watch Video

Videos - News and Reports

The Shum Show: Holiday Head-Scratcher

Here's a holiday puzzle for you straight from Punta Arenas, Chile.

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Cherry Blossoms: Earlier Bloom Cherry blossoms now appear five days earlier, on average, than they did 80 years ago.

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