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What are the impacts of climate change on the natural world and society?

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Sink holes642704-04-2018
Snow: predicted decline globally, increase locally3939831-03-2018
Climate change and diseases397531-03-2018
Theory coming to fruition?622531-03-2018
Deaths due to climate, lots less.284731-03-2018
How are Canadians physically adapted to cold weather in winter?766431-03-2018
Shorter Freeze Times4091231-03-2018
House Vs Bridge Thanks to Philippe298130-03-2018
Climate change affecting house doors319430-03-2018
Arctic ice still rapidly decreasing - (Side: 1 2 3)702510330-03-2018
Hurricane Patricia13552823-08-2017
Sea Level Rise - Not a Worry.34971526-08-2016
Planet earth is a spinning top - (Side: 1 2 3)481410906-06-2016
Welcome to a much greener Earth!864517-05-2016
Tipping point - (Side: 1 2 ... 5)697718609-02-2016
Is The Gulf Stream slowing down?18282422-10-2015
Isostatic Rebound701122-10-2015
What about the sinking islands? - (Side: 1 2)27294816-10-2015
The truth about sea level rise28033414-10-2015
Polar Bears: sharp decline in numbers and health76472205-10-2015
New ice age542542501-10-2015
Colerado University trend map925122-12-2014
Positive effects of global warming27443505-12-2014
Arctic sea ice maximum 20141831326-11-2014
Vanishing Islands2105419-08-2014
Ocean Acidification Links4285105-05-2014
Almost all glaciers are in sharp decline2610405-05-2014
Antarctic also losing ice mass4491205-05-2014
Antarctic 2014 minimum1715327-02-2014
John Christy on US-tornadoes2692214-12-2013
Scientists underpredict1114023-11-2013
John Christy on Climate Change Roundtable2764120-11-2013
John Christy on Tropical Cyclones1888120-11-2013
John Christy on High Temperature Records in the US2364013-11-2013
John Christy on Precipitation1656013-11-2013
John Christy on Snow Cover1734013-11-2013
Peer-reviewed science papers showing sea level rise3125015-02-2011
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