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The rogue emitters of an ozone-killing chemical have been exposed. How can they be stopped?

A crooked industry in China has been releasing ozone-depleting chemicals into Earth’s atmosphere for years. Now, many of the culprits have been exposed.  CFC-11, an illegal chemical used to make foam insulation used in homes and buildings, has been banned globally for decades. But scientists spotted an uptick in the chemical’s abundance in the air...CONTINUE READING
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This Atlantic hurricane season may be quieter than expected, and no one’s complaining

At the end of May, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its 2018 hurricane forecast, predicting a likely active or above active season in the Atlantic Ocean — though certainly not on par with 2017’s exceptionally stormy season. But almost a month later, conditions in the Atlantic are showing signs that the 2018...CONTINUE READING
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After filming giant squids, scientists ponder what else lurks deep within the oceans

For centuries, sailors spoke about a tentacled monster called “the Kraken” that lurked in the oceans.  “There were tales of them pulling ships and men to their death, which may have been partially true, although sailors tell tales,” Edith Widder, a marine biologist, said in an interview. The Kraken, however, might exist — in the...CONTINUE READING
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You just lived through the hottest May on record in the contiguous U.S.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced today that the lower 48 U.S. states recently experienced their warmest May on record.  Records have now been kept for 124 years. “Last month, the U.S. sizzled with record warmth,” the government agency said in a statement. NOAA reports that temperature records in more than 8,590 locations...CONTINUE READING
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2018’s hurricane season will be active, but probably not as bad as last year

On Thursday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its forecast for the looming 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, and it’ll be an active one. Forecasters say that there’s a 70 percent chance that the season will be active with hurricanes, but it’s unlikely that we’ll see the extremes of 2017, when six major storms...CONTINUE READING
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In honor of Earth Day, here’s the most detailed satellite view of the Northern Hemisphere yet

The newest polar-orbiting satellite in the U.S. fleet snapped the most detailed image of the Northern Hemisphere, just in time for Earth Day.  The satellite photo — taken by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) NOAA-20 spacecraft — looks down on the top of the globe, showing the ice-covered North Pole, as well as...CONTINUE READING
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