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How Atmospheric CO2 Levels Might Change Snowfall
February 27, 2013 | Princeton University

“A new cli­mate model pre­dicts an increase in snow­fall for the Earth’s polar regions and high­est alti­tudes, but an over­all drop in snow­fall for the globe, as car­bon diox­ide lev­els rise over the next century.” Quoted from the Princeton University press release.


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October 11, 2013 | Exeter
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Climate Change and Extreme Weather
September 9, 2013 | National Geographic
A National Geographic article titled: Scientists Weigh Climate Change Role in 2012 Weather explores the possibility that human-induced climate change might have contributed to Hurricane Sandy, drought in the Midwest or melting arctic ice.

Potential 21st Century Temperature, Precipitation Changes
October 19, 2013 | NASA
"Models used by the IPCC estimate global temperature and precipitation patterns will change throughout the 21st century given current rising greenhouse gas levels. This video depicts a scenario in which carbon dioxide concentrations reach 670 parts per million by 2100, up from around 400 ppm today." Quoted from the NASA video release.


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