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- Arctic Sea Ice Loss Expected to be Bumpy in the Short Term February 10th, 2015 @ 4:44pmArctic sea ice extent plunged precipitously from 2001 to 2007, then it barely budged between 2007 and 2013. Even in a warming world, researchers can expect such unusual periods of no change—and rapid change—at the world’s northern reaches, according to a new paper. “Human-caused global warming is melting Arctic sea ice over the long term,..
- Teachers Invited to Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest Workshop Feb. 18 February 6th, 2015 @ 2:52pmJoin us for a free NASA-sponsored workshop about climate impacts in the Southwest. Take part in a Q&A with local climate scientists and educators followed by an interactive presentation by Dr. Fred Lipschultz, from the US Global Change Research Program, and an exploration of teaching and citizen-science resources by Dr. Minda Berbeco, from the National..
- Register for the Climate and Colorado’s Water Future Workshop, Tour the National Ice Core Laboratory February 5th, 2015 @ 3:55pmLearn about how climate data is extracted from the polar regions and how climate impacts water resources and the environment. Join the Colorado Foundation for Water Education on Friday, March 13 for the annual Climate and Colorado’s Water Future workshop, including a tour of the National Ice Core Laboratory in Denver. Learn about how researchers use..