This year's articles

  • Both flooding and droughts up over past century

    January 11, 2021

    Dartmouth College – The number of “extreme streamflow” events observed in river systems have increased significantly across the United States and Canada over the last century, according to a new study from Dartmouth College. In regions where water runoff from snowmelt is a main contributor to river streamflow, the study found a rise in extreme […]

  • Record large Antarctic ozone hole closes

    January 11, 2021

    WMO – The record-breaking 2020 Antarctic ozone hole finally closed at the end of December after an exceptional season due to naturally occurring meteorological conditions and the continued presence of ozone depleting substances in the atmosphere, according to a report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The 2020 Antarctic ozone hole grew rapidly from mid-August […]

  • Combo of ag and solar energy can mitigate climate change

    January 5, 2021

    Oregon State University – Co-developing land for both solar photovoltaic power and agriculture could provide 20 per cent of total electricity generation in the United States with an investment of less than one per cent of the annual U.S. budget, a new paper by Oregon State University researchers found. Wide-scale installation of agrivoltaic systems could […]

  • Warmer-than-normal winter in latest Canadian forecast

    January 4, 2021

    Environment Canada – Warmer-than-normal temperatures are in the long-range forecast across all of Canada for the next three months, according to the latest outlook from Environment Canada. The latest seasonal forecast from the government agency, released Dec. 31, calls for a 40 to 70 per cent chance of above normal temperatures from January through March […]




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