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Tag Archives: global warming

Arctic heat and its impact on marine organisms abundance

The impact of arctic heat and rising sea surface temperatures on marine organisms

Since the early 1990s, satellite data has recorded regular rises in sea levels all over the world due to the warming of seas and oceans in addition to other phenomena such as El Niño. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), warned in its report published in December 2019 that …

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Global warming: agriculture and water conflicts in Central Asia

Global warming: agriculture and water conflicts in Central Asia

Central Asia is one of the major agricultural producers in the world. Agriculture in this region is based on crops with high water demand such as cotton, despite its predominantly arid climate and the global warming to which it is particularly exposed.   Little amount of Central Asia’s water comes …

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Ocean ecosystem: some climate change impacts are still neglected

Ocean ecosystem: some climate change impacts are still neglected

Climate change is expected to alter all Earth’s ecosystems and various biological services in a great part of the world. Its impacts are sometimes discreet but the majority are perceptible or traceable on the distribution, growth and mortality of species. The effects of climate change are particularly strong for land …

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Climate change 2050: A projection of a future life

Climate change 2050: A projection of a future life

Let’s imagine that we are already in 2050, and we had to describe the changes that we have had to endure since 2020 and the new challenges that we have had to meet in relation to climate change, provided that the battle is already lost.    Warmer world and more …

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Arctic warming, how has it changed pathogens trend?

Arctic warming, how has it changed the pathogen trend?

The Arctic is identified as the main affected region worldwide by climate change. Arctic warming is likely to hit an all-time record especially this summer.   Hot summer is becoming a standard for arctic weather, but recent months have reached abnormally very high temperatures and scientists estimated that the last …

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Climate change is destroying agriculture in sub-saharan Africa

Climate change and agriculture in sub saharan africa

The trends in drought due to climate change will likely continue inputting immense pressure on food security in poor communities and weak ecosystems like the agriculture in Sub-saharan Africa.   Actually, the natural decrease in rainfall frequency and quantity has accelerated the evapotranspiration in semi-arid regions. The drought mostly generates …

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Climate change: Far future of the northern Adriatic sea heat

Climate change: Far future of the northern Adriatic sea heat

Climate change is no more just some hypothesis on how nature reacts to heat but is now being felt across the world and it is becoming the most complex issue facing modern societies. Northern Adriatic Sea is just another affected ecosystem that should be evaluated further under projected heat scenarios …

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Arctic sea ice was three times thicker than today !!

Arctic sea ice was three times thicker than today !!

Twenty years ago the Arctic sea ice was three times thicker than today. This has made the continent much less resilient. Scientists said recent multi-year environmental extremes, potential albedo instabilities, and increased sensitivity of sea ice to storms in marginal seas, are overcoming negative radiative feedback, which point to passing …

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Climate change boosted jellyfish blooms in world coastal areas

Climate change boosted jellyfish blooms in world coastal areas

It seems jellyfish are the main problem for swimmers this summer. High temperatures, calm and warm water seas and packed beaches have resulted in  jellyfish blooms around the world.   Jellyfish are a conspicuous component of coastal marine ecosystems and are renowned for causing spectacular and, sometimes problematic, blooms. In …

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Mediterranean Climate declared a priority during Climate Week 2020

Mediterranean Climate declared a priority during Climate Week 2020

During Mediterranean Climate Week 2020, the Union for the Mediterranean (Ufm) declared that the climate finance is a priority for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region.   The Mediterranean Climate Week 2020 was a good opportunity to discuss the evolution of international public and private financial flows for the climate. …

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Climate change: trees adaptation is unlikely to guarantee its survival

Climate change: trees adaptation is unlikely to guarantee its survival

According to scientists, given the rapid pace of climate change, trees adaptation with such long generation times appears unlikely to enable persistence in most species.   The actual drought level and global warming are threatening many species mainly flora where trees struggle to survive, but predicting the damage that cause …

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Are we of the same awareness of the environment threats?

Are we of the same awareness of the environment threats?

An ultimate question that always arises: Are we truly of the same awareness of the environment threats? Scientists respond!   Actually, the global failure to save biodiversity and to resist to global warming does not really come from a lack of scientific understanding of natural causes, but rather it derives …

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‘Zombie fires’ are sweeping across the Arctic

'Zombie fires' are sweeping across the Arctic

NASA’s Aqua satellite detected Arctic fires criss-crossing the landscape and huge clouds of smoke obscuring large portions of the Siberia, that will “catch a ride on the jet stream to other areas of the globe,” according to scientists.   Siberian fires are used to be seasonal. However, NASA scientists are …

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