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Record rains and heat ravaged different parts of the world in 2018.
Is ocean acidification knocking the scents out of salmon?
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Is ocean acidification knocking the scents out of salmon?

In more acidic water, salmon don’t seem to recognize the smell of danger. Will their populations take a nosedive as carbon-dioxide levels rise?
Explainer: Why sea levels aren't rising at the same rate globally
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Explainer: Why sea levels aren't rising at the same rate globally

The ocean is rising all over the world. The rise seems speedier in some places. What gives? Many factors, it turns out, affect where — and why — the tide gets high.
Carbon dioxide emissions will hit a record high globally in 2018
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Carbon dioxide emissions will hit a record high globally in 2018

CO2 emissions from China, the United States and India all rose in 2018, a new report finds.

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Carbon dioxide emissions will hit a record high globally in 2018
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Carbon dioxide emissions will hit a record high globally in 2018

CO2 emissions from China, the United States and India all rose in 2018, a new report finds. This is despite urgent calls for nations to cut back on their releases of this greenhouse gas.
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