Global warming may be contributing to the current heavy snow and subzero temperatures across Europe, which has closed major airports, caused hundreds of highway accidents and several deaths. Cold weather in Europe is often...
Sea level rises of between 1m and 2.5m per century took place at the end of the last ice age, according to researchers.
Oxford scientists have contributed to a series of research papers about the impacts of global warming to coincide with the opening of the Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico.
Many coastal wetlands worldwide, including several on the US Atlantic coast, may be more sensitive than previously thought to climate change and sea-level rise projections for the 21st century, according to ne research.
Two more flaws have been identified in the last report on global warming from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which had the affect of reducing worst case sea level and temperature estimates.
Failure to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions could result in dangerous climate change with a temperature rise of up to 7C by 2090, according to British climate scientists.
A call for a research effort to prepare for the possibility of 4C rise in average global surface temperatures is made today (30 November 2010) in a new paper looking at the implications of "high-end" climate change.
Sea levels could rise by up to 2m by the end of the century due to climate change and could put nearly 200 million people at risk of being displaced, according to research out today (30 November 2010).
Reporting Climate Science .Com's top ten list of climate change questions facing climate scientists as government officials and policy makers from around the world meet in Cancun.
Changes in cosmic ray intensity can affect the amount of cloud cover over the Earth in certain circumstances, according to new research.
As the Cancun climate change conference gets underway Reporting Climate Science .Com provides a useful guide to the most up to date scientific view of climate change and global warming based on scientific literature and data...
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