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This post briefly reviews the demise of the Bramble Cay melomys, a rat-like mammal that is no longer to be found on Bramble Cay, a tiny coral atoll between ...

“Significantly, this probably represents the first recorded mammalian extinction due to anthropogenic climate change,” said Luke Leung of the University of ...

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Figure 2: Recent photographs of Bramble Cay. The structure in the first photo is a disused lighthouse. The second shows a trap set next to one of the last ...

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... human-made climate change. Bramble Cay melomys

Did Climate Change Drive the Bramble Cay Melomys to Extinction? Probably

Extensive searches for the Bramble Cay melomys, a small rat-like animal, have

This post briefly reviews the demise of the Bramble Cay melomys, a rat-like mammal that is no longer to be found on Bramble Cay, a tiny coral atoll between ...

“Significantly, this probably represents the first recorded mammalian extinction due to anthropogenic climate change,” said Luke Leung of the University of ...

10: The Bramble Cay Melomys

A five months of old male baby golden brushtail possum named Cooper (R) is

CHANGING THE WORLD: In 2015, unusually high temperatures in Arctic Alaska triggered the arrival of spring one month earlier than normal at ecologist Mark ...

The graph we see is a graph of temperatures taken from Greenland's ice cores. This is a historical history of the temperatures for the northern hemisphere ...

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Figure 2: Recent photographs of Bramble Cay. The structure in the first photo is a disused lighthouse. The second shows a trap set next to one of the last ...

Elliott traps used to survey the Melomys

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Torres Strait Map 2016 06 15. Bramble Cay lies among a ...

Hawaiian honeycreeper

Forests - our best defence against climate change.

Climate change~~ Help save this planet! Please like this "OUR DYING WORLD

Lets Mourn The First Mammal Species Lost Due

The 2015 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species implicated climate change ...

The release of previously trapped methane stores into the atmosphere will magnify the effects of feedback loops and climate disruption.

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New research sheds light on how ice loss driven by climate change is affecting Earth's spin axis.

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Climate change spells trouble for far more than just the Arctic's iconic predator, the polar bear. In 2016 scientists announced that the last Bramble Cay ...

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One in six of world's species faces extinction due to climate change – study

The New Zealand Glaciers are facing the dangers of climate change. Due to the changes, tourists are now banned to hiking in the area.

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Australia will have to regulate its considerable shipping industry. PomInAus/shutterstock.com For the first time, the massive global shipping sector has ...

... the victim of forces including rising seas. It's being called the first documented case of mammal being driven to extinction by climate change.

Its habitat on an island in the Great Barrier reef was assaulted by the rise of sea levels, coastal erosion, and flooding—all driven by climate change.

“Climate change has also been a big pressure on creating environmental courts, as have concepts such as sustainable development.”

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The rodent was known to have lived only on Bramble Cay, a minuscule atoll in

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Marine species are also facing the full force of climate change, as is evident from the recent coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef.

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Cathy Pfister is part of a team of scientists conducting research on Tatoosh Island, Wash. Credit Matthew Ryan Williams for The New York Times

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The newspaper aims to inform Tokelauans about climate change. (Te Mana: Litia Maiava )Considering Tokelau's limited resources, it's no surprise that getting ...

Eutrophic lakes appear green because of all the phytoplankton, unfortunately it changes evolutionary selection within a lake. Image credits: Trlabarge

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Methane is 28 times more efficient than carbon dioxide at trapping heat from the sun, making its short-term effects on global warming far more severe.

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The rare white lemuroid ringtail possum is being dubbed the new polar bear of climate change

Missing image for the FUND ecosystem:

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Those who argue that the world is flat will end up on the wrong side of history.

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