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When Methane Made Climate

Today methane-producing microbes are confined to oxygen-free settings, such as the guts of cows, but in Earth's distant past, they ruled the world

June 21, 2004 — James F. Kasting

Defusing the Global Warming Time Bomb

Global warming is real, and the consequences are potentially disastrous. Nevertheless, practical actions, which would also yield a cleaner, healthier atmosphere, could slow, and eventually stop, the process...

February 9, 2004 — James Hansen

Spring Forward

As temperatures rise sooner in spring, interdependent species in many ecosystems are shifting dangerously out of sync

December 15, 2003 — Daniel Grossman
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