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December 2022 water levels break eight historical records

3/3/2023 - By noaa.gov From Alaska to Washington, several of NOAA’s water level stations observed their highest recorded water levels. December was an active month for NOAA’s National Water Level Observation Network (NWLON). A staggering eight stations observed all-time high water levels — some of which broke records in place for 40 years.… SEE MORE
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Fishermen facing climate change: crab crashes and wind power threats

2/21/2023 - By nationalfisherman.com Five thousand miles apart on their own oceans, New England trawlers and Alaska crabbers say they are up against twin threats from climate change: warming waters changing the marine environment, and hasty, risk-filled decisions in response from U.S. policy makers. [caption id="attachment_44790" align="alignnone" width="591"] Fishing red king crab… SEE MORE
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NASA Says 2022 Fifth Warmest Year on Record, Warming Trend Continues

1/30/2023 - By www.nasa.gov [caption id="attachment_44584" align="alignnone" width="512"] Change in Average Temperature With Fahrenheit.svg_ via Wikimedia Commons[/caption] Earth's average surface temperature in 2022 tied with 2015 as the fifth warmest on record, according to an analysis by NASA. Continuing the planet's long-term warming trend, global temperatures in 2022 were 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit… SEE MORE
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Predicting Winners and Losers in a Warming Arctic

12/20/2022 - By fisheries.noaa.gov Habitat for key prey species may shrink dramatically if climate change continues on its current trajectory, new research shows. [caption id="attachment_44256" align="alignnone" width="553"] NOAA FIsheries, A basket star on the Alaska seafloor. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.[/caption] By the end of this century, Arctic ocean bottom temperatures may be too… SEE MORE
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New Study Highlights Speed of Pacifica’s Erosion

8/19/2022 - By Grace Scullion. Rising sea levels are eating away the California coast, and a recent study found that the cliffs in Pacifica are among those crumbling the fastest. The study, published by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, used data of cliff erosion between 2009-2011… SEE MORE
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More Extreme Rainfall Predicted for the Future

7/29/2022 - Researchers say some climate models are underestimating future floods. Joshua Studholme was finishing his doctoral program in physics at Lomonosov Moscow State University when his thesis advisor told him a story about Queen Victoria, the monarch who ruled the British Empire for the better part of the 19th century. The… SEE MORE