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11 January, 2017

We Have To Bid Adieu to Polar Bears Soon Due To Abnormal Temperature in Arctic; Scientists Warn

We Have To Bid Adieu to Polar Bears Soon Due To Abnormal Temperature in Arctic; Scientists Warn
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In the speed, how the Arctic is getting warmer than any other place on the planet and the sea ice level is dropping down continually, soon, there will be a day when the world will miss its one of the valuable species – Polar Bear, warned a recently published Study. If the current pace of
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11 January, 2017

Climatic Malice: Antarctic Peninsula’s Massive Larsen C Ice Piece Is on the Verge of Shrink

Climatic Malice: Antarctic Peninsula’s Massive Larsen C Ice Piece Is on the Verge of Shrink
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The massive ice piece of Antarctic Peninsula, which grabbed the eyeballs of scientists last week, because of its treacherous crack, is again in headlines. The crack in Antarctic Peninsula’s Larsen C ice shelf was reported to have dramatically accelerated its swell, followed by which scientists now has estimated a complete shrink of the ice shelf
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10 January, 2017

Short-Lived Greenhouse Gases Like Methane And Chlorofluorocarbons Can Push Sea Levels For Hundreds of Years

Short-Lived Greenhouse Gases Like Methane And Chlorofluorocarbons Can Push Sea Levels For Hundreds of Years
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Even though, there comes a time when the ecosystem of the earth completely put an end on the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the island countries, and coastal provinces will still experience mounting sea levels for hundreds of centuries afterward, suggested a new climatic research, conducted by a team of scientists at MIT
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9 January, 2017

Even Paris Climate Protocol Is Insufficient to Shield Coral Reefs from Climate Change

Even Paris Climate Protocol Is Insufficient to Shield Coral Reefs from Climate Change
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It seems no efforts can save the earth from the harsh impacts of climate change. Though organizations globally are giving much effort to save the ecology and ecosystem from the insensitive outcomes of climate change, but all of them seem to be insufficient for saving the world. A new research, made by an international team
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7 January, 2017

Extreme Climate Change Could Elicit Cataclysmic Collapse of Atlantic Ocean Current, Scientists Warn

Extreme Climate Change Could Elicit Cataclysmic Collapse of Atlantic Ocean Current, Scientists Warn
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The climate change is highly affecting the ecosystem of the world, and we all know that. But a recently published study has warned about the extreme harshness of abnormal climatic patterns as it can cause the cessation of the ‘current’ that keeps North Atlantic warm. In the research, the scientists warned that Climate change is
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6 January, 2017

99% Coral Reefs Are Endangered Due To Climate Change, Warns Study

99% Coral Reefs Are Endangered Due To Climate Change, Warns Study
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The abnormal changes in the climatic pattern have kept on affecting the entire globe, starting from the south polar to the north. However, the harshest impact of global warming is found in the aquatic communities of coral reef, suggested a new study. According to the research led by Ruben van Hooidonk of the University of
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5 January, 2017

“Global Warming Pause” has never come to effect, says new study

“Global Warming Pause” has never come to effect, says new study
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The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which with its 2015-published study had raised question over the so-called ‘pause’ in global warming, now have been corroborated by a recently published study. The so-called pause in global warming which was reported between 1998 and 2014 now is backed by the research paper published on Wednesday
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5 January, 2017

US Navy to Deploy Tractable Bottlenose Dolphins to Locate Extremely Endangered Vaquitas

US Navy to Deploy Tractable Bottlenose Dolphins to Locate Extremely Endangered Vaquitas
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The Department of NAVY, United State is planning to employ the extremely well-trained bottlenose dolphins to protect one of its endangered relative species called Vaquitas. In this Spring, the US Navy is gearing up to set out its regiment of extremely skilled and trained, bomb-locating bottlenose dolphins for searching out the disappearing rare aquatic species
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5 January, 2017

Researchers Identify a ‘Climatic Quirk’ That is Shielding US from Intense Cyclones since Two Decades

Researchers Identify a ‘Climatic Quirk’ That is Shielding US from Intense Cyclones since Two Decades
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A climatic quirk has been safeguarding the coasts of the US from the intense and powerful cyclones and hurricanes since last 20 years, a new research has detected. The research conducted by NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information revealed the existence of a buffered zone close to the coastal areas of the US, which is
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29 December, 2016

Rekindled Super-Volcano Campi Flegrei May Endanger 500, 000 Italians

Rekindled Super-Volcano Campi Flegrei May Endanger 500, 000 Italians
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After a long period of inactivity, the ancient supervolcano – Campi Flegrei comprising 24 craters and volcanic edifices next to the Italian coast is giving the hints of reawakening, which if erupt can affect nearly half of a million of Italians. Campi Flegrei, which is located near to the west of Naples, had previously been
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