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Latest news, comment and analysis on climate changes and global warming, most relewant websites providing scientific, technical and economic information on impact of climate change. Facts, statistics, climate project information, global warming effect and climate change issues.

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Global Warming
Provides factual information on climate change based on IPCC reports and peer reviewed papers.

Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, Climate Change. Undoubtedly, the single biggest threat to humanity.
Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect & Climate Change are undoubtedly, the single biggest threat to humanity. Global Warming Climate Change

Australian Bureau of Meteorology: Climate Change
Fact sheets and information on climate change, with an Australian perspective. Also provides annual statements on Australia's climate.

Climate change and variability Australia's warmest 12-month period on record September 2012 to August 2013: the last 12 months The past 12 months
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AmphibiaWeb: Declining Amphibian Populations
Summarizes some of the evidence of climate change around the world. Describes direct effects such as phenology, decline and extinction, and indirect effects such as decreased immune function due to increased exposure of amphibian embryos to ultraviolet radiation.

(February, 22 2006; V.Vredenburg May 14, 2008; M. McDonald & T. Sayre) Several accounts of declining amphibian populations have been from relatively
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Global Change Vulnerabilities in the Barents Region: Linking Several Resources
BALANCE is an EU funded project (2003-2005) that follows on from BASIS (1997-1999). Its aim is to assess the vulnerabilities of the Barents Sea system to climate change based on a common modelling framework for major environmental and societal components.

BALANCE is an EU funded project (2002-2005) that follows on from BASIS (1997-1999). Its aim is to assess the vulnerabilities of the Barents Sea system to climate change based on a common modelling framework for major environmental and societal components and on the quantification of linkages between these components through an integrated assessment model.
The BALANCE Project is supported by the Fifth Framework Programme of the European Commission (1998-2002) within the Programme on Energy, Environment

Climate Change and Wildlife
An overview including brief details of the various responses, from changed habits to species decline, of marine and freshwater fish, insects and other invertebrates, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and birds.

climate change facts and solutions Wildlife around the world Scientists around the world have noticed a wide variety of animals changing their
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Gulf Stream Shutdown
Abrupt climate change, global warming and the environment. If the Gulf Stream slows down or stops, what could be the effects? Websites, articles, books and forums.

Metadirectory of information on the Gulf Stream Shutdown
an abrupt climate change metadirectory (It's when the new European summer looks a lot like the old European winter) From the Ocean and Climate

U.S. Global Change Research Program
Integrates federal research on climate and global change, as sponsored by thirteen federal agencies. Provides information on US Federal policy, news, publications and resources.

Ths United States Global Change Research Program
Thirteen Agencies, One Vision: Empower the Nation with Global Change Science National Aeronautics and Space Administration New visualizations

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At 101, weather observer gets a place in the sun

In this 1930s photo provided by the Hendrickson family, Richard Hendrickson leans into the wind as a storm hits a Long Island, N.Y. beach. Hendrickson, who started recording temperatures when Herbert Hoover was in the White House, is being honored as the longest serving volunteer weather data collector for the National Weather Service for his 84 years of collecting information from his farm on eastern Long Island. (AP Photo/Hendrickson Family)It takes only a couple of minutes, twice a day, but 101-year-old Richard Hendrickson is fiercely proud that he has done the same thing for his country and community nearly every day since Herbert Hoover was in the White House in 1930.

Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks?

Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks?Corks are made from the bark of Quercus suber trees, commonly called cork oaks, which grow only in southwest Europe and northwest Africa. Now scientists think rising temperatures and increased exposure to ultraviolet, or UV, light brought on by climate change may be behind chemical changes in the bark of cork oaks. "There are several factors like climate change, landscape changes and the dry seasons getting longer that could be causing the decline," Rita Teixeira from the University of Lisbon, told Live Science. Cork producers need bark that's at least 27 millimeters (1 inch) thick to make a good cork, but most of the trees are now producing bark between 3 mm and 10 mm (0.1 inches and 0.4 inches), Teixeira and colleagues write in their study, which was published June 22 in the Journal of Experimental Botany.

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