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Learn how long-term climate trends are linked to new extremes.
Climate change is making droughts more likely to occur - and more severe when they do - in parts of the United States.
Global warming is causing widespread and rapid changes in the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere and biosphere.
Climate change is increasing the size, frequency, intensity and seasonality of wildfires. All fire needs to burn is an ignition source and plenty of fuel.
What is Climate Signals?
Climate Signals is a digital science platform for cataloging and mapping the impacts of climate change.
Climate change is increasing the risk of flooding in the US by rising sea levels, increasing extreme precipitation and total precipitation, intensifying storm precipitation, and increasing rates of snow and ice melt.
The Earth is getting hotter due to human activities that release heat-trapping gases into the atmosphere.
Increases in air and ocean temperatures due to climate change are having wide-ranging effects on hurricane precipitation, intensity, and coastal flooding.
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