Saturday, November 9, 2019

Exploring Adirondack Climate Change Impacts

Temperature data from four international science institutions. All show rapid warming in the past few decades and that the last decade has been the warmest on record. Data sources: NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, NOAA National Climatic Data Center, Met Office Hadley Centre/Climatic Research Unit and the Japanese Meteorological Agency. (Graph produced by Earth Science Communications Team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory | California Institute of Technology)On the whole, processes that contribute to the accelerated climate change we are currently experiencing are a threat to the Adirondack Park, our national security, and the world’s human security.

Here are a few stories about the impacts Climate Change is having on the Adirondack Park.

Explore Climate Change Impacts on the Adirondack Park

Bill McKibben On Adirondack Climate Action

Adirondack Land Use, Climate Change Linked

Adirondack Deluges In The Climate Forecast

Preparations for Increased Extreme Weather

Adirondackers Dealing With Climate Change

Climate Change is Altering Nature’s Clock

Arrival of Spring, Phenology and Climate Change

Migratory Bird Ecosystem Disruption Research Published

Eastern Forest Birds Face Wintering Grounds Habitat Loss

Plague of Ticks: Scientists Search for Solutions

Adirondack Insects: Extreme Cold And Climate Change

Early Research on Climate Change and Soil

Climate Change Threatens Adirondack Boreal Species

Will Adirondack Trout Survive A Warming Climate?

Climate Change Destroying Trout, Salmon Fisheries

Adirondack Lake Trout At Risk

How A Warm Winter Impacts Local Wildlife

Ice-Out Days and Climate Change

Don Mellor On Climate Change And Ice Climbing

Slush Pile: Whiteface Skiing and Climate Change

As Climate Changes, Poor Winters Hurt Adirondack Tourism

Illustration: Graph of Temperature data from four international science institutions: NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, NOAA National Climatic Data Center, Met Office Hadley Centre/Climatic Research Unit and the Japanese Meteorological Agency. Graph produced by Earth Science Communications Team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory | California Institute of Technology.

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Stories under the Almanack's Editorial Staff byline come from press releases and other notices. To have your news noticed here at the Almanack contact our editor John Warren at adkalmanack@gmail.com.




One Response

  1. Lorraine Duvall says:

    Great list. Thanks John.

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