Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Tag: sea level rise

Nearly half of U.S. coastal marshes are vulnerable to sea level...

“I hope it helps with identifying not just the most vulnerable wetlands today but the most vulnerable wetlands tomorrow.”

NOAA reports record highs in greenhouse gas emissions and global sea...

“It is clear that without swift action, we can, unfortunately, expect to set new records like these every year.”

Nearly half a billion people at risk from sea level rise...

“There’s a lot of scientists looking at long-term scenarios. But it’s happening now in parts of the world.”

Oil drilling in the ‘land of water’: ExxonMobil hunts for more...

ExxonMobil says a 9 billion barrel oilfield off the low-lying South American nation’s coast could soon outpace Permian production.

New study shows the Arctic has entered an ‘unprecedented state’ that...

The study is a massive conglomeration of nearly 50 years of research.

Persistent ice melt in Greenland even in winter, new study confirms

The persistent year-round runoff even in the coldest months is the "the greatest contributor to sea level rise."

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