|Natural variability plays a bigger role
than thought here
|Seasonally adjusted CO2 levels hit 400ppm
in March says NOAA here
|Warm blob last yearcaused by reduced
heat loss here
|Evidence found of positive feedbacks
Global warming means the Greenland ice sheet will continue to darken, expert Marco Tedesco tells a conference
New analysis by German physicists shows that the uncertainties in the temperature trends over Antarctica are larger than previously estimated. The role of natural temperature variability in Antarctic climate change has been...
Global average seasonally adjusted atmospheric carbon dioxide levels exceeded 400 ppm in March for the first time
Changes in marine ecosystems thousands of years ago suggest that rapid global climate changes occurred in the past, says research
Study suggests El Nino predictions could be improved by considering westerly wind bursts
Previous studies have suggested that pulses of icebergs may have caused cycles of abrupt climate change but new research says they were probably not the cause of abrupt episodes of cooling in the North Atlantic over the past...
Surface temperatures were warmer than seasonal norms in March across North America, northern Europe, Eurasia, China and the Arctic, according to NASA data, which pushed up the global surface temperature anomaly
Arctic sea ice extent for March 2015 averaged 14.39 million square kilometers - the lowest on record. It was 60,000 square kilometers (or less than one per cent) below the previous record low for the month observed nearly a...
Global atmospheric temperatures in March were 0.26C above the long term average, according to data released by the University of Alabama in Huntsville
RSS reports global average temperature anomaly for the lower troposphere in March 2015 was 0.26C
Warming temperatures are threatening glaciers in Western Canada but not all are retreating at the same rate, says study
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