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PHYS.ORG – Clouds are one of the biggest wildcards in predictions of how much and how fast the Arctic will continue to warm in the...

PHYS.ORG – A new study predicts that any sea level rise in the world’s most southern continent will be countered by an increase in snowfall, associated...

PHYS.ORG – Can humanity drag down greenhouse gas emissions fast enough to prevent Earth’s surface from warming more than 1.5 degrees Celsius above mid-19th century levels?....

PHYS.ORG – One of Earth’s greatest mysteries is how it transformed itself, ever so gradually, from a barren ball of rock into a launching pad for...

PHYS.ORG – The first United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS), scheduled for September, could be as historic to food system transformation as the Rio Earth Summit...

PHYS.ORG – The researchers, from the University of Cambridge and the UK Met Office, say that large-magnitude eruptions will have greater effects as the climate continues...

PHYS.ORG – Scientists at Duke University have developed a suite of four new tests that can be used to detect coal ash contamination in soil with...

PHYS.ORG – Earth’s strongest ocean current, which circulates around Antarctica, plays a major role in determining the transport of heat, salt and nutrients in the ocean....