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February has been so hot in the US, April flowers are starting to bloom

California’s biblical deluge has occupied many a meteorologists’ mind this February. But another notable story is unfolding across the eastern US.

Unseasonable warmth has kickstarted spring up to a month early in the southeastern US, cut into already paltry Great Lakes ice cover and created skiing conditions more reminiscent of April in the Northeast. 977 more words

Living in Trump World

The cover story for this week’s U.S. 1 Newspaper offers four suggestions for “Living in Trump World.”

Cybersecurity aka soon-to-be-Princeton-resident-again Ed Felten 

Obamacare re  Uwe Reinhardt… 161 more words

Richard K. Rein

Summer Temperatures to Rise Drastically by 2100

Monday, November 28, 2016 (Issue #3)
by Ryan V. Stewart, Staff Writer/Website Editor

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NOTICE: Corrections to this article have been made, namely: (1) The years of temperature predictions for various areas have been clarified, (2) the fact that Scott Pruit has been chosen to head the EPA under Trump,  614 more words


Climate Change to Increase Number of High Wildfire Risk Days by Nearly 50 Percent Across the West

New report details 45 years of wildfire trends in 11 Western states, predicts a fiery future.

2015 was the worst year on record for wildfires in the United States, … 496 more words


Michael Mann on Paleoclimates  Learning from the Climate Changes...

Michael Mann on Paleoclimates 

Learning from the Climate Changes in Past Centuries, featuring Michael Mann, Director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center.

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Carbon Sinks

A “carbon sink” is defined as a part of the Earth, such as a forest or ocean, that absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The main natural carbon sink in the world would be the ocean. 137 more words