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Rising temperatures enabled peatland formation at the end of last ice age
New research suggested periods of global warming during the last ice age encouraged the formation of peatlands.
World’s oceans rise to hottest ever recorded ‘by far’
The world’s oceans rose to the highest temperatures ever recorded by far in 2017, scientists have warned.
Record low temperatures grip parts of US, Canada
The torrent of arctic air that poured into many parts of the United States this week tightened its grip on Saturday and brought record cold to some spots, as forecasters warned revelers from Memphis to Maine to expect numbing conditions on New Year’s Eve.
Caspian Sea evaporating as temperatures rise
Earth's largest inland body of water has been slowly evaporating for the past two decades due to rising temperatures associated with climate change, a new study found.
High temperatures will cause body to shut down
Summers will become so hot in parts of the world by the end of this century that the body will not be able to cool itself down and will lead to sudden death, researchers warned.
Hot temperatures make people moody, less helpful
Uncomfortably hot temperatures may make people moody and less likely to be helpful or ‘pro-social, a study suggested.
Eating could be a faster way to beat stomach bugs that cause temperatures
The old advice to feed a cold and starve a fever may be wrong — in part — after medical experts discovered eating could be a faster way to beat stomach bugs that cause fevers.
2015's record-breaking temperatures will be normal by 2030
Generation Y (the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s), has grown up in a rapidly warming world. According to the US National Climate Data Center, every month since February 1985 has seen above average global temperatures, compared with the twentieth century. I have no memories of a ‘normal’ month.
Warmer temperatures affect lakes in oil sands region
A recent collaborative research project between scientists from academia and government agencies has identified climate warming as the dominant driver of an increase in algal growth in the Athabasca oil sands region of northern Alberta.
Old-growth forests may provide buffer against rising temperatures
The soaring canopy and dense understory of an old-growth forest could provide a buffer for plants and animals in a warming world, according to a study from Oregon State University published in Science Advances.
India weather: Dangerous temperatures arrive early
A heatwave across most of India has led to a hotter than usual summer in much of the country. Broadcast meteorologist Peter Gibbs describes the situation.
Ocean temperatures may hold key to predicting tornado outbreaks
Today, we predict tornado outbreaks up to seven days in advance. But, new research holds the promise that sea surface temperatures thousands of miles away may help us predict tornado outbreaks as soon as one to three months ahead.
Record-breaking temperatures have robbed Arctic of winter
This year’s record-breaking temperatures have robbed the Arctic of its winter, sending snowmobilers plunging through thin ice into freezing rivers and forcing deliveries of snow to the starting line of Alaska’s legendary Iditarod dogsledding race.
Is El Niño or climate change behind record temperatures?
Yet another global heat record has been beaten. It appears January 2016 ― the most abnormally hot month in history, according to NASA ― will be comprehensively trounced once official figures come in for February.
Phase out fossil fuels to limit temperatures
Heads of companies including Unilever and Virgin Group urged a Paris summit to get on track to limit temperature rises to the lowest possible level by setting a goal of phasing out fossil fuel use by 2050.

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