Record Arctic Storm Melted Sea Ice
Simmonds and Rudeva report that the storm greatly affected the record low sea ice in the Arctic this September.Capturing Climate Change Digitally - NYTimes.com
In the United States, forests absorb and store some 750 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, or about 10 percent of the country’s carbon dioxide emissions, the Forest Service says...leaves sprouting earlier in the year may expand the carbon-uptake period, but then increase the risk of frost damage.Twitter / eilperin: Lisa P. Jackson to step down ...
Lisa P. Jackson to step down as EPA administrator--story will follow. EPA's Bob Perciasepe and Gina McCarthy top the list to replace her.