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Ice sheets impact core elements of the Earth’s carbon cycle

The Earth's carbon cycle is crucial in controlling the greenhouse gas content of our atmosphere, and ultimately our climate.

15 Aug 2019 Nature Communications

First evidence of human-caused climate change melting the West Antarctic Ice Sheet

Ice loss in West Antarctica has increased substantially in the last few decades and is ongoing.

12 Aug 2019 Nature Geoscience

Arctic sea-ice loss has ‘minimal influence’ on severe cold winter weather, research shows

A new study has shed new light on the link between sea-ice loss and cold winters.

12 Aug 2019 Nature Climate Change

Icebergs delay Southern Hemisphere future warming

With a projected future retreat of the Antarctic ice sheet, scientists expect an intensification of iceberg discharge.

12 Aug 2019 Nature Climate Change

Seaweed sinks deep, taking carbon with it

Seaweed, or macroalgae, form the most extensive and productive vegetated coastal habitats.

5 Aug 2019 Nature Geoscience

Study finds that the recent global sea level acceleration started already in the 1960s

Satellite measurements show that global mean sea level rise has been increasing since at least 1993; prior to that, however, the inexistence of satellite data and the sparse tide gauge data limits understanding of the long-term trend. Combining tide gauge and satellite data a new study now shows an acceleration since the 1960s that is linked to increases and shifts in Southern Hemisphere westerly winds.

5 Aug 2019 Nature Climate Change

How Hot Was the Ocean?

Finding an answer can provide clues to everything from the conditions under which primitive life forms evolved to the geologic history of seawater chemistry.

1 Aug 2019 Science

Underwater glacial melting is occurring at higher rates than modeling predicts

University of Oregon-led team uses a new approach to directly measure submarine melt, uncovering data that could enhance projections of sea level changes

25 Jul 2019 Science

North Carolina coastal flooding is worsening with climate change, population growth

North Carolina has one of the highest impact zones of tropical cyclones in the world.

23 Jul 2019 Scientific Reports

Instability in Antarctic ice projected to make sea level rise rapidly

A study says that instability hidden within Antarctic ice is likely to accelerate its flow into the ocean and push sea level up at a more rapid pace than previously expected.

8 Jul 2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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