“Ocean temperature ‘surprises’ becoming more common: Researchers highlight need to account for #climate change in marine planning.” @ScienceDaily #climatechange

Around the world, periods of rapid ocean warming are happening more often than we thought. In order to thrive in the future, marine communities need to make decisions based on climate trends rather than historical data. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/08/190805153717.htm

Twelve centuries of European summer droughts.” (This study explored the association between summer temperature and drought across Europe placing recent drought in the context of the past 12 centuries.) @ScienceDaily #climate

Researchers have published a study exploring the association between summer temperature and drought across Europe placing recent drought in the context of the past 12 centuries. The study reveals that, throughout history, northern Europe has tended to get wetter and southern Europe to get drier during warmer periods. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/08/190805112206.htm

I love dust devils as much as any other weather geek. But, this is hands-down the ugliest vortex I’ve ever seen. “This Coalnado Is About as 2019 as It Gets.” by ⁦‪@blkahn‬⁩ for ⁦‪@EARTH3R‬⁩ #environment #pollution #coal #coalnado

This Coalnado Is About as 2019 as It Gets: earther.gizmodo.com/this-coalnado-is-about-as-2019-as-it-gets-1836849357/amp

Wildfires in Siberia. An unfortunate new ‘norm.’ “Russia has declared a state of emergency over Siberian wildfires.” @NewScientist

Russia has declared a state of emergency in five Siberian regions after a million people signed petitions demanding action on unprecedented wildfires: www.newscientist.com/article/2212070-russia-has-declared-a-state-of-emergency-over-siberian-wildfires/