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  1. January Arctic Sea Ice Hits Record Low
    Snow and ice in the U.S. belie the unusually warm winter weather farther north.
  2. Mongol Invasion in 1200s Altered Carbon Dioxide Levels
    The Mongol invasion may have caused a small reduction in global CO2, though it was overshadowed by agriculture.
  3. With Climate Change, Expect More Monster Winter Storms
    The giant snowstorm currently bearing down on the US can't be tied to global warming, but climate change may bring more like it.
  4. Ancient Extinction Linked to Glaciers
    New details on the Earth's first mass extinction event are revealed by a study that explored temperatures and glacier expansion at the time.
  5. UK Report: Time to 'Move On' from Climategate
    Despite a few reservations about previous investigations, it's time to move on from the Climategate scandal, a parliamentary report concludes.
  6. List Names Southeast’s 10 Most Threatened Places
    From Alabama's coastline to Chesapeake Bay, energy sources threaten Southern environment.
  7. Records Melt Away on Greenland Ice Sheet
    Several players in the melting cycle set all-time records.
  8. Dire Harvest: Climate Report Warns of Food Gap
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  9. China's Most Environment-Minded Live in Big Cities
    Chinese residents living in big cities tend to be more environmentally active than those living in smaller cities, perhaps because they face more consequences from pollution, according to a study.
  10. Strange Claim: The Sun Rose 2 Days Early in Greenland
    A town on the western coast of Greenland may have seen the first sunrise of spring two days early, and experts disagree whether global warming or a simple, optical illusion is responsible.


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