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Ocean temperatures continue to set daily records
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Ocean temperatures continue to set daily records

Record-breaking ocean temperatures are prompting scientists to explore underlying causes and potential impacts.

Delger Erdenesanaa reports for The New York Times.

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2023 is about to smash the record for the hottest year

For the sixth month in a row, Earth set a new monthly record for heat, and also added the hottest autumn to the litany of record-breaking heat this year, the European climate agency calculated.

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Heatwave to bring record highs to Midwest, South this week

Extreme heat currently roasting the Upper Midwest and northern Plains is forecast to shift south and southeastward during the week. Temperature records will be in jeopardy in cities such as Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, and St. Louis during mid-to-late week.

We still have time to act on climate change - but records will tumble for next 20 years regardless of emissions: Study
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We still have time to act on climate change - but records will tumble for next 20 years regardless of emissions: Study

The next 20 years will bring record temperatures regardless of our emissions scenario, but there's still time to stop that trend continuing, new research finds.
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Pakistan’s 114 degrees is just one of many all-time March records toppled in Asia
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Pakistan’s 114 degrees is just one of many all-time March records toppled in Asia

At least seven countries set March temperature records late last week. The most incredible record was Pakistan's, where it has never been so hot this early in the season.

Joel Connelly: Oil industry move on Arctic National Wildlife Refuge set to begin

Millions of acres of Arctic Alaska stand open and available for petroleum exploration, but industry's eyes have been focused for 40 years on the wild, wildlife-rich, 1.5 million-acre coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
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