Climate change


“Their wide distribution and fossil evidence of successful settlement further north during warmer periods of the Holocene (Mangerud and Svendsen 2018) make the genus Mytilus [mussels] useful for studying the impacts of environmental changes in the Arctic.” #ClimateChange #COP25 https://t.co/ISWiPUDBOl
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In a new paper, scientists document the prevalance of warmth-demanding species (mussels) in Arctic locations that suggest sea surface temperatures must have been 5-8°C warmer than now about 8-10,000 years ago, when CO2 was 260 ppm.

Leopold et al., 2019
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Day 2

Dear Mr Morrison in case you missed it this apocalyptic scene is from Cypress Gardens QLD yesterday.

A death zone for insects, animals and flora can be found in the ashes of a once thriving bio-diverse environment.

Three homes destroyed

#Auspol #Insiders #ClimateChange https://t.co/Eww9yPWb5p
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Day 2

Dear Mr Morrison in case you missed it this apocalyptic scene is from Cypress Gardens QLD yesterday.

A death zone for insects, animals and flora can be found in the ashes of a once thriving bio-diverse environment.

Three homes destroyed

#Auspol #Insiders #ClimateChange https://t.co/Eww9yPWb5p
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#ClimateChange Les légendaires chutes Victoria au Zimbabwe sont (complètement) à sec...
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The toughest thing about CO2 in #climatechange context?

It accumulates like unpaid credit-card debt. A queued-up explainer moment in a @NatGeo chat with @VSHerrmann, @Profiainstewart, @Emma_Marris, @Astro_Flow....

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