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Science Daily Weather
Feb 14, 2018

Risk of extreme weather events higher if Paris Agreement goals aren't met
The Paris Agreement has aspirational goals of limiting temperature rise that won't be met by current commitments. That difference could make the world another degree warmer and considerably more prone to extreme weather.

Science Daily Weather
Feb 13, 2018

Polar vortex defies climate change in the Southeast U.S.
Overwhelming scientific evidence has demonstrated that our planet is getting warmer due to climate change, yet parts of the eastern US are actually getting cooler. According to a new study, the location of this anomaly, known as the 'US warming hole,' is a moving target. During the winter and spring, the US warming hole sits over the Southeast, as the polar vortex allows arctic air to plunge into the region, resulting in persistently cooler temperatures.

Science Daily Weather
Feb 13, 2018

Intensive agriculture influences US regional summer climate, study finds
Scientists agree that changes in land use such as deforestation, not just emissions of greenhouse gases, can play a significant role altering the world's climate systems. Now, a new study reveals how another type of land use, intensive agriculture, can impact regional climate.

Science Daily Weather
Feb 12, 2018

Bats as barometer of climate change
Bats spend every night hard at work for local farmers, consuming over half of their own weight in insects, many of which are harmful agricultural pests, such as the noctuid moths, corn earworm and fall armyworm. And now they are arriving earlier in the season, and some of them are reluctant to leave. It seems the bats know more about climate change than we had realized.

Science Daily Weather
Feb 08, 2018

Micro to macro mapping -- Observing past landscapes via remote-sensing
New multi-scale relief modelling algorithm helps archaeologists rediscover topographical features of the past.

Science Daily Weather
Feb 07, 2018

Towards a better prediction of solar eruptions
Just one phenomenon may underlie all solar eruptions. Researchers have identified the presence of a confining 'cage' in which a magnetic rope forms, causing solar eruptions. It is the resistance of this cage to the attack of the rope that determines the power and type of the upcoming flare. This work has enabled the scientists to develop a model capable of predicting the maximum energy that can be released during a solar flare.

Science Daily Weather
Jan 30, 2018

Pathway to give advanced notice for hailstorms
A new study identifies a method for predicting the likelihood of damaging hailstorms in the United States -- up to three weeks in advance.

Science Daily Weather
Jan 30, 2018

UK regional weather forecasts could be improved using jet stream data
Weather forecasters could be able to better predict regional rainfall and temperatures by using North Atlantic jet stream data, according to new research. Climate scientists examined the relationship between changes in North Atlantic atmospheric circulation -- or jet stream -- and UK regional weather variations during summer and winter months over the past 65 years, and found that the jet stream changes were significantly associated with variations in regional rainfall and temperatures.

Science Daily Weather
Jan 29, 2018

Mammals and birds could have best shot at surviving climate change
New research that analyzed more than 270 million years of data on animals shows that mammals and birds -- both warm-blooded animals -- may have a better chance of evolving and adapting to the Earth's rapidly changing climate than their cold-blooded peers, reptiles and amphibians.

Science Daily Weather
Jan 29, 2018

Mammals and birds could have best shot at surviving climate changeĀ 
New research that analyzed more than 270 million years of data on animals shows that mammals and birds - both warm-blooded animals - may have a better chance of evolving and adapting to the Earth''s rapidly changing climate than their cold-blooded peers, reptiles and amphibians.

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