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New global assessment examines air pollutants falling on the Earth’s ...

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

New global assessment examines air pollutants falling on the Earth’s ...

We sat down with Richard Artz, environmental scientist at NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory, to learn more about the new global assessment of air pollutants that fall to the earth in precipitation and in dry form. The assessment is available online in the journal Atmospheric Environment.

NOAA and partners release first federal ocean acidification strategic ...

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

NOAA and partners release first federal ocean acidification strategic ...

Today, NOAA and its partners released the first federal strategic plan to guide research and monitoring investments that will improve our understanding of ocean acidification, its potential impacts on marine species and ecosystems, and adaptation and mitigation strategies.

Carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean is increasing faster than ...

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean is increasing faster than ...

New NOAA research has revealed unprecedented changes in ocean carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean over the last 14 years, influencing the role the oceans play in current and projected global warming and ocean acidification. Natural variability has dominated patterns in ocean CO2 in this region, but observations now show human activity contributes to increasing CO2 levels.

New study: Pace of climate zone shifts quickens as climate warms

Monday, April 22, 2013

New study: Pace of climate zone shifts quickens as climate warms

As our planet is warming, not only have Earth’s climate zones begun to shift – the pace of change is expected to accelerate, according to a new study led by the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado.

Record-breaking 2011 Lake Erie algae bloom may be sign of things to come

Monday, April 01, 2013

Record-breaking 2011 Lake Erie algae bloom may be sign of things to come

The largest harmful algae bloom in Lake Erie’s recorded history was likely caused by conditions that are expected to become more common in the future due to climate change.

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