Antarctica’s Accelerating Melt: Massive Sea Level Rise in Decades
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. “With regard to climate change, again and again, exponential processes have been treated as if they would develop linearly, despite scientists knowing quite well that they would not…. The sea-level rise of 10 to 16 feet will come in decades, rather than 200 years. It will submerge essentially every port city in the world….”

Dying by Degrees from Climate Change
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. The End Age for humanity is not a date known to man, but a point of no return from climate change. Are we there now, as the Hopi and Mayans have predicted? Is there time left to us and, if so, how long?

The Pulse of Climate Change
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. The Haitian impression of being in the center of a world vortex could not be truer when it comes to climate change. As a result of carbon (mostly carbon dioxide and methane) emissions due burning of fossil fuels by industrialized countries, global sea levels have risen one inch over the last decade alone.

Tropical Oceans: Beating Heart of Climate Change

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By University of Plymouth Scientists, Phys.org. The tropical regions of the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans appear to be “acting like a heart”, accumulating heat and then pulsing it in bursts across the Earth.

Global Warming Is Accelerating

By Staff Writers, SPX via Terra Daily | University of Melbourne School of Earth Sciences | Editorial comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. This study of global warming, published in Geophysical Research Letters, was featured in the journal Nature as one of “the most viewed papers in science.” Why are so many scientists reading this paper?

Climate Change Melting Polar Regions Faster Than Ever Before

By Steve Connor, The Independent. From the Arctic sea to the Antarctican ice shelves, the frozen “cryosphere” is showing the unequivocal signs of climate change.By Steve Connor, The Independent. From the Arctic sea to the Antarctican ice shelves, the frozen “cryosphere” is showing the unequivocal signs of climate change.By Steve Connor, The Independent. From the Arctic sea to the Antarctican ice shelves, the frozen “cryosphere” is showing the unequivocal signs of climate change.

340 Square Mile Iceberg Breaking Away From Antarctica

By Jonathan Amos, BBC | Patrick Lynch, NASA. The calving of a huge iceberg at Pine Island Glacier is being closely watched by scientists, who consider it to be the largest source of uncertainty in global sea-level rise projections. UPDATED Feb 2, 2012 with a newly released image.By Jonathan Amos, BBC | Patrick Lynch, NASA. The calving of a huge iceberg at Pine Island Glacier is being closely watched by scientists, who consider it to be the largest source of uncertainty in global sea-level rise projections.By Jonathan Amos, BBC | Patrick Lynch, NASA. The calving of a huge iceberg at Pine Island Glacier is being closely watched by scientists, who consider it to be the largest source of uncertainty in global sea-level rise projections.