Climate Science

Regional diversity of maritime Antarctic soil fungi and predicted responses of guilds and growth forms to climate change

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Future risk for Southern Ocean ecosystem services under climate change

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What can museum specimens tell us about climate change?

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The humble blue mussel is fighting to protect itself from environmental change and increased predation by building itself a thicker shell. The unexpected phenomenon, tracked by researchers through generations of museum specimens, shows that climate change can have complex localized impacts that cannot be predicted by global experimental models.

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Inhibitory effects of climate change on the growth and extracellular enzyme activities of a widespread Antarctic soil fungus

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Inhibitory effects of climate change on the growth and extracellular enzyme activities of a widespread Antarctic soil fungus

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Analysis and attribution of climate change in the upper atmosphere from 1950 to 2015 simulated by WACCM-X

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Geothermal heat flow in Antarctica: current and future directions

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Antarctic krill take refuge from climate change

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Antarctic krill take refuge from climate change

New research shows that Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), a key link in the Southern Ocean food web, have refuges from the rapid climatic warming and ice loss that has degraded … The post Antarctic krill take refuge from climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Synchronous timing of past abrupt climate changes

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Synchronous timing of past abrupt climate changes

New research has revealed that climate changes associated with past episodes of abrupt warming in Greenland occurred synchronously across a region extending from the Arctic to the Southern Hemisphere subtropics. … The post Synchronous timing of past abrupt climate changes appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Synchronous timing of abrupt climate changes during the last glacial period

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Abrupt changes in Earth’s past climate occurred synchronously

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An international study, involving Professor Eric Wolff at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge, has found that the onset of past climate changes was synchronous over an area extending from the Arctic to the low latitudes.

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