1. Lakes warming faster than atmosphere
Courtesy of John D, from Gizmag, an item that has implications for algal blooms, health of species, food and methane emissions.
- Specifically, the results show that the average temperature in the lakes has been rising by 0.61 degrees Fahrenheit every 10 years. While that might not seem too significant, it’s a higher rate of warming than witnessed in either the atmosphere or the ocean, and the long-term effects could be pronounced… Continue reading Climate clippings 161