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Climate Archives - State of the Planet
A new model estimates how many climate migrants there will be, where they are likely to go, and what effects they might have on the places to which they move.
For anyone who has ever wished there were more hours in the day, geoscientists have some good news: Days on Earth are getting longer. Very slowly.
Intensifying river floods caused by global warming may hamper national economies worldwide, and effects might propagate through global trade and supply networks, a new study says.
How past climate data improves our understanding of climate change and helps predict its impacts.
The President’s Global Innovation Fund will provide grants to four Earth Institute research projects.
Columbia scientists recently visited the Caribbean island of Barbados, whose fossilized coral reefs contain an exquisite record of how the ocean has risen and fallen in the past.
To help predict the future of sea level rise, scientists are studying ancient corals on the island of Barbados.
A gradual shift in Earth’s orbit that repeats every 405,000 years plays a role in natural climate swings.
An international collaboration will study the wasting of the Thwaites glacier, which already accounts for around 4 percent of current global sea-level rise, and could collapse within decades or centuries.