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Consequences of Climate Change on Life in the Bering and Chukchi Seas
A report about changes Alaska Native peoples observe in their surroundings, that pose a threat to northern ecosystems and to the subsistence way of life at the heart of Yup'ik and Inupiat cultures. Records of public meetings and individual interviews compiled by Greenpeace and Arctic Network.
Tropical Cyclones and Global Climate Change
A Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. Examines the natural variability, possible trends, frequency, and intensity of severe weather activity in tropical coastal regions, and explores the potential for change in greenhouse conditions.
The Fates of Low-Latitude Glaciers
Presentation by Lonnie G. Thompson of Ohio State University. Includes discussion of certainties and probabilities, photographic evidence, graphs, graphical representation of 20th century changes in ice cover, and distribution maps.
UK Climatic Research Unit
Widely recognised as one of the world's leading institutions concerned with the study of natural and anthropogenic climate change. Site provides a introductory-level information sheets, extensive downloadable data sets, information on research projects and programmes, and information on academic programmes, climate conferences, and climate links.
Yahoo News with Katie Couric
Vietnam says it cannot find object thought to be jet door
Katie Couric introduces herself as the global anchor of Yahoo News and reveals her next interview.
Russia weighs Ukraine talks but won't budge on Crimea
Searchers on ships worked throughout the night but could not find a rectangle object spotted Sunday afternoon that was thought to be one of the doors of a missing Boeing 777.
Diplomatic efforts to calm the Ukraine crisis inched forward Monday, with Moscow saying it would consider Western proposals for talks on the standoff but insisting Crimea had the right to secede. Britain said Russian President Vladimir Putin had promised to meet with his foreign minister Monday to discuss the possibility of creating an "international contact group" -- his first indication he may be willing to take part in the talks being pushed by the US and Germany to ease the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War. But that embryonic sign of diplomatic progress came against the backdrop of Putin's recognition Sunday of Crimea's self-declared leaders as the breakaway peninsula's "legitimate" authorities. German Chancellor Angela Merkel rebuked the Russian strongman for his comments, telling him Crimea's planned March 16 referendum on joining Russia was illegal.