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Antarctica Lost More Ice in Last 10 Years: Study 15.1.2008 Common Dreams: Headlines
WASHINGTON - Antarctica lost billions of tons of ice over the last decade, contributing to the rising seas around the world, a climate researcher said on Monday. The ice melted from two particular parts of the southern continent, according to Eric Rignot and colleagues, who wrote about the phenomenon in the journal Nature Geoscience. Using satellites to [...]
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Ice Loss in Antarctica Escalating 15.1.2008 Truthout.com
The Washington Post's Marc Kaufman reports: "Climatic changes appear to be destabilizing vast ice sheets of western Antarctica that had previously seemed relatively protected from global warming, researchers reported yesterday, raising the prospect of faster sea-level rise than current estimates."
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Escalating Ice Loss Found in Antarctica 14.1.2008 Washington Post: World
Climatic changes appear to be destabilizing vast ice sheets of western Antarctica that had previously seemed relatively protected from global warming, researchers reported yesterday, raising the prospect of faster sea-level rise than current estimates.
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Escalating ice loss in Antarctica 14.1.2008 MSNBC
Climatic changes appear to be destabilizing vast ice sheets of western Antarctica that had previously seemed relatively protected from global warming, researchers have reported, raising the prospect of faster sea-level rise than current estimates. ...
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Ice Loss Escalating in Antarctica 14.1.2008 Washington Post
Climatic changes appear to destabilize ice sheets previously deemed protected, researchers report.
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Escalating Ice Loss Found in Antarctica 14.1.2008 Washington Post: Science
Climatic changes appear to be destabilizing vast ice sheets of western Antarctica that had previously seemed relatively protected from global warming, researchers reported yesterday, raising the prospect of faster sea-level rise than current estimates.
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Escalating Ice Loss Found in Antarctica 14.1.2008 Washington Post: Nation
Climatic changes appear to be destabilizing vast ice sheets of western Antarctica that had previously seemed relatively protected from global warming, researchers reported yesterday, raising the prospect of faster sea-level rise than current estimates.
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Study Says Glaciers Formed During a Very Warm Period 11.1.2008 NY Times: Europe
Giant glaciers formed about 90 million years ago during a warm period when alligators thrived in the Arctic, researchers said, calling into question the belief that all ice melts in a “super greenhouse” climate.
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Dot Earth: Climate Science to Climate Advocacy 10.1.2008 NYT: Home Page
A leading climatologist explains why he and other experts on global warming have decided to move beyond doing science to pushing for action to cut greenhouse gases.
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In Greenland, Ice and Instability 9.1.2008 Truthout.com
Andrew C. Revkin of The New York Times reports: "The ancient frozen dome cloaking Greenland is so vast that pilots have crashed into what they thought was a cloud bank spanning the horizon. Flying over it, you can scarcely imagine that this ice could erode fast enough to dangerously raise sea levels any time soon."
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Chief UN climate scientist to visit Antarctica with Norwegian team to view ice conditions 9.1.2008 Star Tribune: World
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Ice pioneer Thompson to tackle remote New Guinea glaciers, vanishing clues to climate 8.1.2008 Star Tribune: World
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In Greenland, Ice and Instability 8.1.2008 NY Times: Science
A scientific scramble is under way to clarify whether the erosion of the world’s most vulnerable ice sheets can continue to accelerate.
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A scramble to understand Greenland's melting ice sheets 8.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Scientists are sifting for clues from past warm periods, including the last warm span between ice ages, which peaked about 125,000 years ago and had sea levels 12 to 16 feet higher than today's.
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50 people who could save the planet 5.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Stranded polar bears, melting glaciers, dried-out rivers and flooding on a horrific scale - these were the iconic images of 2007. So who is most able to stop this destruction to our world? A Guardian panel, taking nominations from key environmental figures, met to compile a list of our ultimate green heroes
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TierneyLab: TierneyLab: Do Good Weather Omens Exist? 2.1.2008 NYT: Home Page
On New Year's Day, let us contemplate signs of future weather. In my Findings column, I argue that "availability entrepreneurs" have been exploiting short-term weather in order to awaken the public to what could be a real long-term danger, global warming. Hurricanes, blizzards, floods, droughts, exceptionally hot years — all these have been linked to [...].
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Tourism of doom - travel to imperiled places 30.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Dennis and Stacie Woods, a married couple from Seattle, choose their vacation destinations based on what they fear is fated to destruction. This month it was a camping and kayaking trip around the Galapagos Islands. Last year, it was a stay at a remote lodge... ...
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Learning to Love Climate ‘Adaptation’ 22.12.2007 Newsweek Top Stories
It's too late to stop global warming. Now we have to figure out how to survive it.
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Steger looks for youth leadership in climate change fight 21.12.2007 Post-Bulletin: Local News
Will Steger is fit and trim at 63, planning his latest grueling expedition to the far reaches of the planet, and loathe to take a vacation
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Steger Heading Back To The Arctic 21.12.2007 WCCO: Local News
Will Steger is fit and trim at 63, planning his latest grueling expedition to the far reaches of the planet, and loathe to take a vacation. But he's getting ready to turn things over to the youngsters.
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