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Warmer climate leads to current...
scienceearthWarmer climate leads to current trends of social unrest and mass migration: study
Research by an international team of scientists led by University of New Mexico Professor Yemane Asmerom suggests contraction of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) during a warming Earth, leading in turn to drying of the Neotropics, including


5 Super Stylish Driving Accessories...
life5 Super Stylish Driving Accessories To Upgrade Any Road Trip
As the temperature rises with the onset of spring, with the promise of even warmer weather to come, some may look forward to picnics or other outdoor pursuits;


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Humans are good at thinking their way...
scienceearthHumans are good at thinking their way out of problems, but climate change is outfoxing us
There is growing evidence that Earth's systems are heading towards climate "tipping points" beyond which change becomes abrupt and unstoppable. But another tipping point is already being crossed—humanity's capacity to adapt to a warmer world.


Most rehabilitating sea turtles with...
sciencebiologyMost rehabilitating sea turtles with infectious tumors don't survive
Caused by a herpesvirus, fibropapillomatosis (FP) is the most significant infectious disease affecting sea turtle populations worldwide. It is widespread in warmer climates like Florida, where almost 70 percent of sea turtles in a population have FP

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Corals' partnership with microalgae...
sciencebiologyCorals' partnership with microalgae helps in stressful times but there's a trade-off
In the warmer and brighter shallow waters of Kāne'ohe Bay, O'ahu, the Hawaiian rice coral (Montipora capitata) hosts more heat-tolerant symbiotic microalgae in their tissues compared to corals in deeper waters. This pattern was demonstrated in a

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Warmer and acidified oceans can lead...
sciencebiologyWarmer and acidified oceans can lead to 'hidden' changes in species behavior
Projected ocean warming and acidification not only impacts the behavior of individual species but also the wider marine ecosystems which are influenced by them, a new study shows.

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Insect bites and warmer climate means...
sciencebiologyInsect bites and warmer climate means double-trouble for plants
Recent models are telling us that, as our climate warms up, herbivores and pests will cause increased damage to agricultural crops. One study predicted that crop yield lost to insects increases 10 to 25 percent for every 1 degree Celsius increase.

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Vitamin D deficiency symptoms: The...
healthVitamin D deficiency symptoms: The sign in your head that could signal the condition
VITAMIN D is easier to obtain in warmer months when glorious sunshine lands on our skin. The vital vitamin is needed to keep our bones, teeth and muscles in a healthy way. But what happens in the dark, dreary winter days when there isn’t enough

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Australia Considers Aboriginal...
worldasiaAustralia Considers Aboriginal Bushfire Management
The bushfire crisis in Australia has prompted questions about how the world’s driest inhabited continent can fight future blazes in a warmer and still drier climate. Indigenous leaders say that ‘cultural burning techniques’ can help the country

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According to NASA, 2019 Was the...
sciencespacenasaAccording to NASA, 2019 Was the Second Hottest Year on Record - Universe Today
2019 was the second hottest year on record globally, and the last decade was the warmest decade on record. Every decade since the 1960s has gotten warmer.

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