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Geophysical Research – a great resource by City Tech Blogger Armin Salazar

Hello Fellow Students, I found this really good geophysical research letter from the AGU publications regarding  the California doubt in 2012 – 2014. I encourage everyone to read it so you can have a understanding of the recent climate problem California has been facing. But also, while reading, to keep in mind the format they

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Effects of Sea Level Rise in New York by City-Tech Blogger Henry Ovalle

  Scientists believe that sea level rise caused by global warming present a lot of risk to New York City and Long Island. More than 300,000 people could be affected with just with six feet of sea level rise. Scientist predict that the Atlantic coast including the south of Brooklyn stretching all the way to

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Making Sea Level Rise Work For Us? by City- Tech Blogger Dave

The article that I choose to discuss is an article about a report from NOAA The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association. In the article it says that in the coming decades the coastlines of the United States will be reduced due to sea level rise. They came up with six scenarios of sea level rise that

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Coastal Cities Could Flood Three Times a Week by 2045 by City-Tech Blogger Keng Wai Lam

In the recently released article “Coastal Cities Could Flood Three Times a Week by 2045,” John Upton, the author, says that floods could occur several times a week on average by 2045 along the mid-Atlantic coastline, where seas have been rising faster than nearly anywhere else, and where lands are sagging under the weight of

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Antarctica Break Up

When CNN recently reported that a sheet of ice the size of the state of Delaware was about to break away from Antarctica, it started a wave speculation as to its cause and probably impacts. This particular ice shelf known as Larsen C, whose thickness averages 350 meters, is now distinguished by a 90-mile crack running

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