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Storvatnet. LofotenKJELLER/SAN FRANCISCO, December 16th — Climate change is rapidly warming lakes around the world, threatening freshwater supplies, ecosystems and fish, according to a new study spanning six continents.
Isbjørn hopper mellom isflakFrom 2010 onwards, the climate debate occupies more and more space in our everyday life. Flood disasters and heat waves seem to constantly fill our TV screens, and countless readers discuss in the online newspapers’ comment feeds whether global warming is a fact or not.
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Røyk over hustakDuring the first decade of the 21st century, focus on climate change research turned towards aerosols – tiny, solid particles or liquid droplets suspended in air or gas, that can remain suspended over long distances.
NILUs målebu foran kulturhuset Banken i LillehammerIn the 90s, climate research became more and more international due to the rise of the internet. Climate researchers could exchange information all around the world in the blink of an eye, and data could be stored and shared through joint databases.
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