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Re: Bugpocalypse

Post by twopass » Wed Mar 18, 2020 1:58 pm

Studies in the journal Nature conducted by an international team consisting of 89 climatologists reveals an unprecedented rate of ice melt at the planet’s greatest ice masses. They assessed ice loss data from 11 satellites that monitored both Greenland and Antarctica over the past 30 years.

Here’s the horrifying truth: The combined rate of ice loss from Greenland and Antarctica averaged 89 billion tons per year in the 1990s. Yet, by the 2010s (if standing, please sit down) the average rate exploded to 523 billion tons per annum. That’s a shocker. It’s inconvertible evidence that global heat is coming on strong, way too strong, especially for coastal dwellers.
https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/03/18 ... -scenario/
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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

Post by twopass » Thu Apr 16, 2020 9:47 pm

A new study in Nature (April 2020) casts a disturbing light on the prospects of abrupt ecosystem collapse. The report analyzes the probabilities of collapsing ecosystems en masse, and not simply the loss of individual species. (Source: Trisos, C.H. et al, The Projected Timing of Abrupt Ecological Disruption From Climate Change, Nature, April 8, 2020)

The paper states that a high percentage of species will be exposed to harmful climate conditions at about the same time, potentially leading to sudden and catastrophic die-offs of biodiversity. If high greenhouse gas emissions remain in place, abrupt events are forecast to begin before 2030 in tropical oceans and spread to tropical forests and temperate regions over time.
https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/04/15 ... -collapse/
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Re: Bugpocalypse

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Re: Bugpocalypse

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