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The number of coastal areas known as dead zones is on the rise. A new tally reports more than 400 of the oxygen starved regions worldwide.
Climate simulations are underestimating how often intense rainstorms occur at warm temperatures, a hint that episodes of extremely strong precipitation and flooding will strike more often as the global average temperature rises.
Lawmakers are looking for an answer on how to lower the price of gasoline: That's the wrong question.
A new primer on climate change is slim and trim.
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Federal climate policymakers should have a grounding in basic chemistry.
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Thanks to global warming, within the lifetimes of certain reptiles in the South Pacific, all members of their species could be born male.
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