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By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Federal meteorologists are forecasting a record-shattering seventh straight unusually busy Atlantic hurricane season.
A new study from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration finds that cleaner air in Europe and the United States is helping trigger a dramatic increase in the number of Atlantic hurricanes.
A sea level scientist explains the two main ways climate change is threatening the coasts.
By Jianjun Yin, The Conversation
The contiguous U.S. suffered the largest number of disaster-related deaths in a decade, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said this week.
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
By Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press
Sixteen wells off Louisiana have been leaking since September 2004, when a subsea mudslide caused by Hurricane Ivan knocked over a Taylor Energy Co. production platform.
"This is climate change," said Pennsylvania State University climate scientist Michael Mann. "It is an exclamation mark on a summer of unprecedented heat, drought, wildfires and flooding."…
By Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
A first of its kind assessment of the coral reefs in U.S. waters is sounding the alarm over the role of human activity and climate change in the decline of these sensitive ecosystems, which scientists deem essential to the health…
By Dan Joling, Associated Press
A biennial survey conducted by the fisheries arm of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration estimated the population of the white whales at 250 to 317, with a median estimate of 279.
2019, the second-warmest year on record, capped off a decade plagued by raging wildfires, melting ice and extreme weather that researchers have repeatedly tied to human activity.
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