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Alaska's veterinary pathologists figure out why animals die
Alaska's go-to veterinary pathologist, Kathy Burek, shows how climate change might be affecting animals.
We’re Halfway to Global Warming’s 'Dangerous Limit'
We're blowing past another major climate milestone. And it isn't a good one.
Why the 2014 El Niño Was a Great Big Dud
There are no sure things in medium-term seasonal weather predictions.
Part of Antarctica Suddenly Started Melting at a Rate of 14 Trillion Gal. a Year
Sometime in 2009, a long-stable, glacier-filled region in Antarctica suddenly began to melt. Fast.
How Climate Change Denial Still Gets Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals
One of the world's biggest climate change deniers just published a paper that scientists are calling "complete trash." So how did it pass peer review?
100 Years Ago, the Chances of a Year as Hot as 2014 'Were Less Than 1 in 10,000'
Here is the likelihood that Europe would be as hot today without climate change: "It's so small we had trouble computing it."
Climate Skeptic Scientists Are Extremely Overrepresented in the Media
Even though more than 90 percent of climate scientists agree global warming is manmade, the skeptics report being asked for comment from the media much more.