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Related SitesScience Sources CLIMATE CHANGE | REAL-TIME DATAHEADLINESSIGNALSEVENTS Events & Headlines Browse events and headlines to search for climate change impacts. You can limit your searches by keyword, by the type of signal linking the event to climate change, and/or by location. And you can sort results by date or alphabetically. Use reset button to clear your results and start over. Most Recent Events MAR 18, 2019 Great Plains Floods March 2019 Nebraska, USA MAR 13, 2019 - MAR 17, 2019 Bomb Cyclone March 2019 Manter, KS 67862, USA MAR 2, 2019 - MAR 8, 2019 Polar Vortex Dip and US Arctic Invasion March 2019 Elk Park, MT 59701, USA FEB 13, 2019 - FEB 14, 2019 California Floods February 2019 California, USA JAN 16, 2019 - FEB 5, 2019 Polar Vortex Split and Eastern US Arctic Invasion January 2019 Chicago, IL, USA Image: Bloomberg OCT 21, 2018 - NOV 3, 2018 Typhoon Yutu OCT 7, 2018 - OCT 16, 2018 Hurricane Michael October 2018 Mexico Beach, FL SEP 30, 2018 - OCT 3, 2018 Rosa Remnants in the Southwest October 2018 SEP 1, 2018 - SEP 19, 2018 Hurricane Florence September 2018 Wilmington, NC, USA AUG 14, 2018 Hurricane Lane August 2018 Hawaii, USA Pages 1 2 3 … next › last » of 4 Most Recent Headlines Photo: Julián Gentilezza, Unsplash Climate change is ruining home values in these 20 East Coast cities Feb 27, 2019 | Fast Company Park goers enjoy the warm winter weather in St. James’s Park in London. The hottest winter day on record has been recorded in Britain for a second day running. Photo: Andy Rain, EPA UK experiences hottest winter day ever as 21.2C is recorded in London Feb 26, 2019 | The Guardian Yes, this is London in February. (Do not get used to it.) Photo: Christopher Furlong, Getty Images Britain Experiences Summer Temperatures on Hottest Winter Day Feb 26, 2019 | New York Times Photo: friend_of_your_friend on Instagram Russian islands declare emergency after mass invasion of polar bears Feb 11, 2019 | The Guardian Residents paddling down a street in Townsville, Australia, on Saturday. “In seven days, we’ve received our annual total rainfall,” the mayor said. Photo: Andrew Rankin, EPA, via Shutterstock ‘Unprecedented’ Floods in Australia Force Hundreds to Evacuate Feb 4, 2019 | The New York Times A large stone pine tree thought to be 100-years-old crashed into a home on Saturday, February 2, 2019, in Santa Barbara, California, during a powerful winter storm. Officials said no one was injured. Photo: Santa Barbara County Fire Department Second Northwest Winter Storm Shuts Roads and Schools From California to Washington Feb 4, 2019 | The Weather Channel An internally displaced girl carries a scarf as she stands outside tents at a makeshift refugee camp in Sinjar town, in Idlib province, Syria, November 20, 2015. Photo: Ammar Abdullah, Reuters Climate stress drove wave of Arab Spring refugees - researchers Jan 23, 2019 | Thomson Reuters Foundation After two decades of drought, Lake Mead in Nevada is just 40 percent full. Photo: Ted Wood On the Water-Starved Colorado River, Drought Is the New Normal Jan 22, 2019 | Yale Environment 360 In this Oct. 27, 2010 file photo, Russian scientists Sergey Zimov and his son Nikita Zimov extract air samples from frozen soil near the town of Chersky in Siberia 6,600 kms (4,000 miles) east of Moscow, Russia. Photo: Arthur Max, Associated Press World’s permafrost gets warmer; Siberia rises the most Jan 16, 2019 | Washington Post via AP Percentage of weather stations with their hottest year on record by decade — hottest year highlighted. Image: Climate Central Hottest Years for U.S. Cities Jan 9, 2019 | Climate Central Denali national park and preserve, Alaska. Photo: Dahr Jamail When the ice melts: the catastrophe of vanishing glaciers Jan 8, 2019 | The Guardian Rising manmade emissions are creating an increasingly tricky climate conundrum. Photo: Greentech Media US Energy-Related Emissions Spike in 2018, Per Rhodium Group Jan 8, 2019 | Greentech Media Artist Emma Stibbon’s cyanotype ‘Mer de Glace, June 2018’. The Mer de Glace, at Chamonix, has retreated by two kilometers from its 1850 position. Photo: Emma Stibbon, courtesy of Alan Cristea Gallery Climate change ravages Turner’s majestic glaciers Jan 6, 2019 | The Guardian Sea ice extent, January 1, 2019. Image: National Snow and Ice Data Center Antarctic ice melts to January record low Jan 4, 2019 | USA TODAY A male polar bear suffering from alopecia, which caused the patches of black on his neck and side. Photo: Michelle Valberg Is Warming Bringing a Wave of New Diseases to Arctic Wildlife? Nov 6, 2018 | Yale E360 Photo: The Watchers Melbourne floods: More rain in 2 hours than September and October combined, Australia Nov 6, 2018 | The Watchers Photo: The Watchers Deadly floods hit Indonesia, more than 1,400 homes flooded Nov 6, 2018 | The Watchers Sperm whales were spotted in the Canadian Arctic. Photo: SeaTops, Getty Images, imageBROKER RF Sighting of sperm whales in Arctic a sign of changing ecosystem, say scientists Nov 5, 2018 | The Guardian A woman sunbathes on the burnt dry grass on Wimbledon Common in London, caused by a prolonged summer heatwave, July 2918. Photo: Amer Ghazzal, REX/Shutterstock UK heatwaves lasting twice as long as 50 years ago – Met Office Nov 1, 2018 | The Guardian After recent reports about the demise of the ice fields, researchers hope the public will better understand the rapid pace of climate change. Photo: RE Johnson, Design Pics/Getty Images/First Light 'We've never seen this': massive Canadian glaciers shrinking rapidly Oct 30, 2018 | The Guardian Image: The Weather Channel Typhoon Yutu Slams into Northern Philippines, Killing a Child Oct 30, 2018 | AP via Weather Underground Visitors to Saint Mark’s Square in Venice used raised walkways on Monday. Photo: Manuel Silvestri, Reuters Venice Flooding Is Worst in a Decade; Severe Weather in Italy Kills at Least 9 Oct 30, 2018 | New York Times This 2017 photo provided by Graham Montgomery shows a russet-crowned warbler in the Cerro de Pantiacolla mountain in Peru. The high-elevation tropical species lives only near the top of the mountain (above 1350 meters). Between 1985 and 2017, biologists estimate a 72% decline in population on this mountain, as climate change shrinks habitat for ridgetop birds. A new study on mountaintop extinctions was published Monday, Oct. 29, 2018, in PNAS. Photo: Graham Montgomery, AP Mountain birds on 'escalator to extinction' as planet warms Oct 29, 2018 | AP Archive photo: A man stands near the Jianggudiru Glacier on Geladaindong Mountain, in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China, September 1, 2006. Photo: Reuters, Stringer Temperatures significantly rise on China's Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau Oct 27, 2018 | Thomson Reuters Foundation Roadside debris in Saipan after Super Typhoon Yutu. Photo: Jose Mafnas Extreme Category 5 typhoon, the worst U.S. storm since 1935, leaves Northern Mariana Islands... Oct 25, 2018 | Washington Post Season-to-date named storm tracks in the Eastern Pacific Ocean (east of the International Date Line) as of Oct. 20, 2018. Note: only hurricanes are labeled with their names in order to reduce clutter. Image: The Weather Channel Tara, Vicente and Willa Have Made 2018 the Most Active Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season on... Oct 20, 2018 | The Weather Channel Image: Anthony Gerace, BuzzFeed News An Incurable Fungal Disease Is Spreading In The Western US, And Climate Change Could Make It... Oct 17, 2018 | BuzzFeed News A large pool of meltwater over sea ice in the Beaufort Sea. Photo: NASA, Operation IceBridge Arctic ice sets speed limit for major ocean current Oct 17, 2018 | MIT News In this April 30, 2014, file photo, Dustin Shaw lifts debris as he searches through what is left of his sister's house at Parkwood Meadows neighborhood after a tornado in Vilonia, Ark. A new study finds that tornado activity is generally shifting eastward to areas just east of the Mississippi River that are more vulnerable such as Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee. And it's going down in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. Photo: Danny Johnston, AP Tornadoes are spinning up farther east in US, study finds Oct 17, 2018 | AP Flood victims in Bangkok, Thailand, in 2011. Like many other major cities across the globe, Bangkok is sinking – which puts it at increasing danger from sea level rises. Photo: Paula Bronstein, Getty Images From London to Shanghai, world's sinking cities face devastating floods Oct 4, 2018 | The Guardian Image: The Watchers September 2018 Australia's driest September on record Oct 2, 2018 | The Watchers Drought-affected land near Tambo, Queensland. Photo: Mike Bowers for Guardian Australia The new normal? How climate change is making Australia's droughts worse Oct 2, 2018 | The Guardian Model simulation of high-pressure ridge over Alaska in the first five days of October. Image: A massive, historic high-pressure zone is bringing freakishly nice weather to Alaska Oct 2, 2018 | Washington Post Storms have triggered landslides in the Alps that have sent mud and debris pouring into villages. Bondo, in the Swiss Alps, has been hit more than once in recent years. The video below shows the destruction from 2017. Photo: Miguel Medina, AFP/Getty Images Global Warming Is Destabilizing Mountain Slopes, Creating Landslide Risks Sep 28, 2018 | InsideClimate News Pages « first ‹ previous 1 2 3 … next › last » of 19 Follow us! ContactAbout UsRelated SitesScience Sources REAL-TIME DATAHEADLINESSIGNALSEVENTS a project
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