1. Climate change, natural variability combine to create extreme events

    An analysis of high sea levels off Indonesia demonstrates the extent to which the compounding impacts of warming temperatures and natural variability can create extreme events.

    • Climate

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  2.  Buried machinery in barn lot in South Dakota during the Dust Bowl.

    1930s Dust Bowl affected extreme heat around Northern Hemisphere

    Scientists find link between the extreme heat of the Great Plains in the 1930s and soaring temperatures far beyond the United States.

    • Climate,
    • Weather

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  3. Paris Agreement goal would mitigate sea level rise

    High-end projections show sea level rise this century would not exceed three feet if society meets the goals of the Paris Agreement.

    • Climate

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  4. Satellite image of eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano.

    Volcanic eruption dramatically increased water vapor in the stratosphere

    Radiosonde data reveal the extent to which the eruption of a submarine volcano substantially raised water vapor levels in the stratosphere.

    • Climate

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  5. Speaker Pelosi visits NCAR

    Scientists brief Pelosi and Neguse on research advances

    Pelosi calls visit "transformative" and lauds research efforts.

    • Climate,
    • Government Relations

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