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On the 6th extinction, and of humanity

Larger Drought and Flood Hazards and Adverse Impacts on Population and Economic Productivity under 2.0 than 1.5°C Warming - Zhai - - Earth's Future - Wiley Online Library

Mangrove blue carbon stocks and dynamics are controlled by hydrogeomorphic settings and land-use change - CIFOR Knowledge

Pervasive ice sheet mass loss reflects competing ocean and atmosphere processes | Science

High climate sensitivity in CMIP6 model not supported by paleoclimate | Nature Climate Change

Scientists are trying to save Minnesota’s North Woods forest from climate change - Washington Post

How humans can affect the strength of tropical cyclones | NOAA

We Don't Want to Alarm Anyone, But a Large Amount of Siberia Is on Fire Right Now

Global warming: Safe climate niche closing fast, with billions at risk

Global warming has ‘changed’ spread of tropical cyclones around the world

Billions Could Live in Extreme Heat Zones Within Decades, Study Finds - The New York Times

Global warming to push humans out of climate niche, forcing billions to migrate - The Washington Post

Ecosystem state change in the Arabian Sea fuelled by the recent loss of snow over the Himalayan-Tibetan Plateau region | Scientific Reports

Coldest Canadian Arctic communities face greatest reductions in shorefast sea ice | Nature Climate Change

The influence of feeding behaviour and temperature on the capacity of mosquitoes to transmit malaria | Nature Ecology & Evolution

Warming Caused a Glacier in Alaska to Collapse - Scientific American

Why permafrost thawing in the Arctic matters to the whole planet » Yale Climate Connections

How humans can affect the strength of tropical cyclones | NOAA

One billion people will live in insufferable heat within 50 years – study | Environment | The Guardian

Future of the human climate niche | PNAS

Global warming vaults April into record territory, as 2020 is on course for hottest year - The Washington Post

Seabed fossils show the ocean is undergoing a change not seen for 10,000 years

As bioethanol demand rises, biodiversity will fall in Cerrado, study says

BBC - Travel - The indigenous communities that predicted Covid-19

The climate change evidence right before our eyes. And a note on COVID-19 - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Shorter, warmer winters, less snow. What next? Q&A with biologist Pamela Templer    : Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: Vol 76, No 3

Why is the Mediterranean a Climate Change Hotspot?: Journal of Climate: Early Online Release

We created the Anthropocene, and the Anthropocene is biting back | Environment | The Guardian

Moderate disturbances accelerate forest transition dynamics under climate change in the temperate‐boreal ecotone of eastern North America - Brice - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Clinging on to alpine life: Investigating factors driving the uphill range contraction and population decline of a mountain breeding bird - Ewing - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Characterizing biogeochemical fluctuations in a world of extremes: A synthesis for temperate intertidal habitats in the face of global change - Wolfe - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Sea ice predicts long‐term trends in Adélie penguin population growth, but not annual fluctuations: Results from a range‐wide multiscale analysis - Iles - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Enhanced shrub growth in the Arctic increases habitat connectivity for browsing herbivores - Zhou - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Permafrost thawing puts the frozen carbon at risk over the Tibetan Plateau | Science Advances

Future changes in precipitation over Central Asia based on CMIP6 projections - IOPscience

The emergence of heat and humidity too severe for human tolerance | Science Advances

Potentially fatal bouts of heat and humidity on the rise, study finds | Environment | The Guardian

Dangerous humid heat extremes occurring decades before expected - Welcome to NOAA Research

Are we on the road to civilisation collapse? - BBC Future

Library Help - EEE754 - Language, Literacy And Learning

'We are living through the first economic crisis of the Anthropocene' | Politics books | The Guardian

Fire and Ice: Why Volcanic Activity Is Not Melting the Polar Ice Sheets – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Rising trends in heatwave metrics across Southern California - Hulley - - Earth's Future - Wiley Online Library

Soils Store Huge Amounts of Carbon, Warming May Unleash It - Scientific American

Scientists’ warning to humanity: microorganisms and climate change

The proportion of soil-borne pathogens increases with warming at the global scale | Nature Climate Change

As sea levels rise, are we ready to live behind giant walls?

Clean energy and climate change unlikely to lead recovery from coronavirus - Axios

Rising trends in heatwave metrics across Southern California - Hulley - - Earth's Future - Wiley Online Library

Coronavirus underscore small islands' climate vulnerability / Climate Analytics

Kenya bears the brunt as floods devastate central Africa | News | The Guardian

Can't 'See' Sea Level Rise? You're Looking in the Wrong Place – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Causes and consequences of Eastern Australia’s 2019–20 season of mega‐fires: A broader perspective - Adams - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

The stress of Arctic warming on polar bears - Boonstra - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Is subarctic forest advance able to keep pace with climate change? - Rees - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Climate change causes critical transitions and irreversible alterations of mountain forests - Albrich - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Can we project changes in fish abundance and distribution in response to climate? - Fernandes - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Growth and resilience responses of Scots pine to extreme droughts across Europe depend on pre‐drought growth conditions - Bose - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

The Planet Is Probably in Worse Shape Than We Can Even Predict - VICE

Unprecedented Europe heat in June‐July 2019: Risk in the historical and future context - Ma - - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library

Heat-evolved microalgal symbionts increase coral bleaching tolerance | Science Advances

Increasing escape of oxygen from oceans under climate change - Li - - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library

Brief periods of dangerous humid heat arrive decades early | NOAA

Q&A: Could climate change and biodiversity loss raise the risk of pandemics?

Russia on alert as Siberia's wildfires start big and early - The Washington Post

Alaska Faces Major Tsunami Threat, Scientists Warn - EcoWatch

Temperatures in April Matched Warmest on Record, Satellites Show - Bloomberg

When will the Arctic see its first ice-free summer?

The health burden fall, winter and spring extreme heat events in the in Southern California and contribution of Santa Ana Winds - IOPscience

Will dairy cattle production in West Africa be challenged by heat stress in the future? | SpringerLink

Europe Should Prepare Now For Hot 2020 Summer

We’re running out of time to flatten the curve — for climate change | Grist

The problematic politics of climate change - Why tackling global warming is a challenge without precedent | Schools brief | The Economist

Bad times - Damage from climate change will be widespread and sometimes surprising | Schools brief | The Economist

The birdwatcher: how the great tit overcame threat from climate change | Weekend | The Times

Just how hot will it get this century? Latest climate models suggest it could be worse than we thought

Major tropical cyclones have become '15% more likely' over past 40 years

Climate Change Is Making Hurricanes Stronger, Researchers Find - The New York Times

Global warming is making hurricanes worse, study finds - The Washington Post

Climate change: Future floods will delay emergency response - BBC News

Present-day greenhouse gases could cause more frequent and longer Dust Bowl heatwaves | Nature Climate Change

Disruption of emergency response to vulnerable populations during floods | Nature Sustainability

Circumpolar projections of Antarctic krill growth potential | Nature Climate Change

Climate change could leave fish swapping brains for brawn -

Climate change 'undermining progress in fight against cancer' | The Independent

Climate crisis: Arctic temperatures ‘break records’, as ice melting season starts early | The Independent

Victoria should expect one or two more 'megafires' before end of decade, study finds | Australia news | The Guardian

Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones are becoming stronger, according to a new NOAA study - CNN

'Zombie' fires are burning the Arctic after smouldering under snow | New Scientist

Climate change threatens Antarctic krill and the sea life that depends on it

Unusual warmth heads for the Arctic, jump-starting the 2020 melt season - The Washington Post

Regional climate sensitivity of climate extremes in CMIP6 vs CMIP5 multi‐model ensembles - Seneviratne - - Earth's Future - Wiley Online Library

No COVID-19 Models Are Perfect, But Some Are Useful | Time

Understanding future change of global monsoon projected by CMIP6 models: Journal of Climate: Early Online Release

Climate change is turning parts of Antarctica green, say scientists | World news | The Guardian

One tenth of the planet has already experienced dangerous climate change - The Washington Post

Siberia experiences hottest spring on record, fueling wildfires

On the relative role of climate change and management in the current desert locust outbreak in East Africa - Meynard - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Causes of slowing‐down seasonal CO2 amplitude at Mauna Loa - Wang - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Variation in the phenology of photosynthesis among eastern white pine provenances in response to warming - Fréchette - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Patterns and trends of Northern Hemisphere snow mass from 1980 to 2018 | Nature

Effects of climate and land-use changes on fish catches across lakes at a global scale | Nature Communications

Determining the anthropogenic greenhouse gas contribution to the observed intensification of extreme precipitation - Paik - - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library

The 2019/2020 summer of Antarctic heatwaves - Robinson - 2020 - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Will coral reef sponges be winners in the Anthropocene? - Lesser - 2020 - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Global assessment of relationships between climate and tree growth - Wilmking - 2020 - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

In transition: Avian biogeographic responses to a century of climate change across desert biomes - Iknayan - 2020 - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Escalating global exposure to compound heat-humidity extremes with warming - IOPscience

Marine heatwaves spell trouble for tropical reef fish — even before corals die

Water loss in northern peatlands threatens to intensify fires, global warming

Massive hail the size of grapefruits pummeled north Texas on Thursday - The Washington Post

Australia heading into new 'fire age', warns global fire historian - ABC News

Climate change in deep oceans could be seven times faster by middle of century, report says | Environment | The Guardian

Australia's severe bushfire season was predicted and will be repeated, inquiry told | Australia news | The Guardian

In Michigan, Dams Plus Climate Change Equals a Disastrous Mix | InsideClimate News

Cyclone Amphan caused an estimated $13.2 billion in damage in India's West Bengal: government source - CNN

'Green snow' to become a more regular occurrence in Antarctica | AccuWeather

Reduced frequency and size of late-twenty-first-century snowstorms over North America | Nature Climate Change

CMIP6 Models Predict Significant 21st Century Decline of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation - Weijer - - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library

Species better track climate warming in the oceans than on land | Nature Ecology & Evolution

David Attenborough, the voice of Netflix’s Our Planet: “Things are going to get worse “ - Vox

As The Planet Gets Hotter, Climate Change May Wake Up an Ancient El Niño System

Australia's summer bushfire smoke killed 445 and put thousands in hospital, inquiry hears | Australia news | The Guardian

Deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if global emissions decline | The Independent

Mississippi River Delta Marshes Have Hit a Tipping Point, Study Finds - Yale E360

Arctic Heatwave Is Reigniting Siberian Tinderbox - Bloomberg

Siberia in Midst of Freak Heat Wave - The Moscow Times

Global increase in major tropical cyclone exceedance probability over the past four decades | PNAS

Experts Warn Climate Change Is Already Killing Way More People Than We Record

Heat-related mortality: an urgent need to recognise and record - The Lancet Planetary Health

Greater probability of extreme precipitation under 1.5 °C and 2 °C warming limits over East-Central Asia | SpringerLink

Projected impacts of climate change on drought patterns over East Africa - Haile - - Earth's Future - Wiley Online Library

Anthropocene Geomorphic Change. Climate or Human Activities? - Cendrero - 2020 - Earth's Future - Wiley Online Library

'The human fingerprint is everywhere': Met Office's alarming warning on climate | Environment | The Guardian

Coastal Louisiana wetlands are in danger - The Washington Post

Coral reef resilience to thermal stress in the Eastern Tropical Pacific - Romero‐Torres - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Can the Florida Keys be saved? » Yale Climate Connections

Climate change hastens decline of old forests | News | The Times

Abrupt changes in Great Britain vegetation carbon projected under climate change - Boulton - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library

Rising methane emissions from boreal lakes due to increasing ice-free days - IOPscience

Michigan dam failure demonstrates vulnerability to climate change in the Midwest - The Washington Post

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