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crabs and fish on the bottom seafloor Widespread loss of ocean oxygen to become noticeable in 2030s
Released April 27, 2016
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existing NWS forecast graphics Picturing the forecast: NWS graphics developed with NCAR research
Released June 29, 2015
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a coronal mass ejection Sun experiences seasonal changes, new research finds
Released April 7, 2015
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skyline of the city of Los Angeles Climate change threatens to worsen U.S. ozone pollution
Released May 5, 2014
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illustration of the CoRoT satellite Distant Star's Sound Waves Reveal Cycle Similar to the Sun's
Released August 26, 2010
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Graph showing sea ice extent Arctic Ice Retreating More Quickly Than Computer Models Project
Released April 30, 2007
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Computers say the last melting of Greenland's Ice sheet occured under conditions like today's. Arctic, Antarctic Melting May Raise Sea Levels Faster than Expected
Released March 23, 2006
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