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East coast seas warmer than January 2018
New Zealand is on the cusp of a second consecutive marine heatwave, with temperatures along parts of the east coast now about 3°C warmer than summer averages.
What happens if Earth gets 2°C warmer?
If the world gets warmer by 2°C, we’re screwed. To prevent that, the UN signed the Paris Agreement, an international treaty designed to keep the average global temperature ‘well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels’...A.K.A. what the Earth was like before factories started spewing greenhouse gases into the air.
Southeast US is getting colder instead of warmer
Counter to what most expected in a globally warming planet, the Southeast of the US has been getting colder during winter and spring months instead of warmer. New research shines a light on the long noticed trend of cooling in the Southeast US during winter and spring months compared to the rest of the continental US.
Warmer oceans encouraging two new phytoplankton groups
Two newly identified groups of phytoplankton appear to thrive in warm water.
Warmer temperatures affect lakes in oil sands region
A recent collaborative research project between scientists from academia and government agencies has identified climate warming as the dominant driver of an increase in algal growth in the Athabasca oil sands region of northern Alberta.
Warmer seas linked to disease epidemics in marine species
Warmer seas have been linked to disease epidemics affecting the populations of marine species in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

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