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1. Viktig?Onsdag 12. aug. 2020 kl. 13:21
Arctic summer sea ice could be gone by 2035, new study forecasts
The Arctic could be completely ice-free in summers by 2035, according to a new study that compared present-day conditions with those about 130,000 years ago.
24-hour summertime sunshine at high northern latitudes drove Arctic land summer temperatures 45 C higher than in the pre-industrial era. These higher temperatures had puzzl
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2. Viktig?Tirsdag 11. aug. 2020 kl. 19:07
Satellittbilder: Her sprekker Canadas siste intakte isfjell opp
Canadas siste intakte isfjell har i løpet av månedsskiftet blitt redusert med 43 %. Det er satellitt...
ctic Ocean producing a ~79 km2 ice island. Above normal air temperatures, offshore winds and open water in front of the ice shelf are all part of the recipe for ice shelf b
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3. Viktig?Fredag 07. aug. 2020 kl. 12:00
Covid-19 lockdowns will have little lasting impact on global warming
Global lockdowns to halt the spread of the coronavirus will have a negligible impact on global warming, researchers have found. If measures stay in place until 2021, global temperatures will only be 0.01°C lower than expected by 2030
s to halt the spread of the coronavirus will have a negligible impact on rising temperatures due to climate change, researchers have found. Lockdowns to stop the spread of
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4. Viktig?Fredag 31. juli 2020 kl. 14:52
Global warming is producing longer summers in northern Norway
The summer in Finnmark is now one week longer than 30 years ago, a study by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute says.
Warmer temperatures are most significant in spring and autumn in northern Norway, says climate researcher Helga Therese Tilley Tajet with Meteorological Institute. She has
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5. Viktig?Fredag 31. juli 2020 kl. 02:01
UK temperatures broke records in 2019 as climate change took hold
Last year saw the hottest temperature ever recorded in the UK at 38.7°C. All 10 of the warmest years in the UK since records began in 1884 occurred after 2002
test tempearture ever in 2019Joe Giddens/PALast year saw a series of new high temperatures as climate change exerts “an increasing impact” on the UK, the Met Office has sai
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6. Viktig?Torsdag 30. juli 2020 kl. 10:22
Climate change hits back, Svalbard coal mine flooded by melting glacier
After days with record heat at Svalbard, the penetration of water from the above melting glacier is now flooding Norway’s only operating coal mine that supplies the country’s only coal-power plant.
rom a coal power plant to the town of Longyearbyen at the place on earth where temperatures are rising most due to climate changes. The coal-power plant in Longyearbyen, Sv
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8. Viktig?Mandag 27. juli 2020 kl. 11:06
Melting Arctic permafrost threatens Russian energy firms’ bottom lineMorgan Stanley
Rapidly melting Arctic permafrost poses the greatest threat to major Russian energy producers’ infr...
ley as saying Thursday. The investment banking company noted that average temperatures in Russia have risen at 2.5 times the global rate since 1960 while Arctic temperature
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9. Viktig?Søndag 26. juli 2020 kl. 10:30
Over 20 degrees Celsius on Svalbard
It has been measured over 20 degrees Celsius in Longyearbyen on Svalbard for the first time in 41 years, according to the Meteorological Institute. –... Continue reading Over 20 degrees Celsius on Svalbard at Norway Today.
NTB on the 11 o’clock news, this Saturday morning.It is extremely rare that temperatures in the 20s are registering so far north. In Longyearbyen, it has only happened onc
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10. Viktig?Lørdag 25. juli 2020 kl. 12:36
Record heat hits Longyearbyen
Temperature of 21,7°C on Saturday is the warmest ever measured so far north in European Arctic.
til last winter, Svalbard counted 100 consecutive months with above normal temperatures. Some periods have seen 12-14 degrees over normal around Longyearbyen. By Saturday e
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11. Viktig?Torsdag 23. juli 2020 kl. 13:08
On the way to becoming the coldest July at several places in almost 30 years
In multiple cities in the country, the average temperature for July has not been this low since the 1990’s, anid in southern Norway and Trøndelag... Continue reading On the way to becoming the coldest July at several places in almost 30 years at Norway Today.
the last week to be rather cold. -” Cold western weather has led to cooler temperatures and varying summer weather over large parts of southern Norway in July.”, the state’
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12. Viktig?Onsdag 22. juli 2020 kl. 20:00
Friederike Otto interview: Can we sue oil giants for extreme weather?
We can now rapidly and reliably link heatwaves, droughts and hurricanes to human-induced global warming, says climate scientist Friederike Otto. The science could soon be used as evidence in legal cases brought against fossil fuel companies
mputer simulations of a world with and without the roughly 1°C hike in temperatures caused by humanity so far. Run the simulations thousands of times and you can calculate
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13. Viktig?Onsdag 22. juli 2020 kl. 18:00
Recent decades of European floods are among the worst in 500 years
The years 1990-2016 rank among the worst periods of flooding in Europe in five centuries, according to an assessment of historical letters, annals and legal records
st of the past flood-rich periods were associated with cooler temperatures, but the current one comes amid a backdrop of climate change-driven warmth. Blöschl believes stor
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14. Viktig?Onsdag 22. juli 2020 kl. 13:08
Electricity producers are affected by low electricity prices
The price of electricity has never been lower, and power analysts believe the level will remain low throughout the autumn and winter. – “Right now... Continue reading Electricity producers are affected by low electricity prices at Norway Today.
icity prices are due to the fact that there were very high temperatures during the winter and low consumption. Production was thus less than normal, and a record amount of
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15. Viktig?Mandag 20. juli 2020 kl. 18:00
Climate change may kill off nearly all polar bears by 2100
Unchecked climate change will doom all but one of the world’s populations of polar bears before the end of the century, as vanishing sea ice increases their annual fasts beyond their limits
leagues emulated the approach taken by climate scientists to model future temperatures. For each of the 19 bear groups, they combined estimates of the extent of sea ice for
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16. Viktig?Torsdag 16. juli 2020 kl. 00:00
Siberian heatwave was 'impossible' without human-made climate change
The record-breaking heatwave that baked Siberia recently was made at least 600 times more likely by climate change, meaning it probably wouldn't have occurred otherwise
le” for it to have occurred without the warming driven by human activities. Temperatures in the region have been around 8°C above average since the start of the year, trigg
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17. Viktig?Lørdag 11. juli 2020 kl. 13:08
The weather is turninghigh temperatures for the week
After a rainy start to the weekend in several places, warmer temperatures return in almost the entire country this week. In southern and eastern Norway,... Continue reading The weather is turninghigh temperatures for the week at Norway Today.
After a rainy start to the weekend in several places, warmer temperatures return in almost the entire country this week. In southern and eastern Norway, they can get over 2
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18. Viktig?Fredag 10. juli 2020 kl. 13:08
Poor plum year in several places along the coast
It looks bad for much of the fruit harvest in Hardanger this year. The worst is expected for plums. The cause is colder temperatures during... Continue reading Poor plum year in several places along the coast at Norway Today.
t in Hardanger this year. The worst is expected for plums. The cause is colder temperatures during flowering.Fruit farmer Kari Lutro in Hardanger says that she usually spen
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20. Viktig?Onsdag 08. juli 2020 kl. 20:00
Butterflies are showing us how wildlife will cope with climate change
As warm-weather species flutter further toward the poles, we will end up with far fewer kinds of butterfly. Here's what that means for biodiversity across the animal kingdom
vation. Although the long-tailed blue is taking advantage of rising temperatures by expanding its range, most wildlife won’t have it so good. “The long-tailed blue should m
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