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Global Warming

Global warming could be affecting area fisheries

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video In North Carolina fishing is a multi-million dollar industry, but researchers say climate change is turning into a fishy situation off our coast. Full story...
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Climate panel: warming 'extremely likely' man-made

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A landmark report by an international scientific panel says it's "extremely likely" that human activity is the dominant cause of global warming. Full story...
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Locals react to study that says sea levels on the rise

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video Scientists say rising temperatures worldwide could soon lead to rising tides in and around the Port City. Residents are concerned and so are scientists. They say it could happen as early as 2030. Full story...
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Study: Sea level rise could impact Wilmington in next few decades

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video Rising temperatures worldwide could soon lead to rising tides in and around the Port City. A recent study by the National Academy of Sciences says sea level is on the rise and unless we change the way we do things today there may not be a way to stop it. Full story...
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Panel says wild weather worsens

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Freakish weather disasters - from the sudden October snowstorm in the Northeast US to the record floods in Thailand - are striking more often. And global warming is likely to spawn more similar weather extremes at a huge cost, says a draft summary of an international climate report obtained by The Associated Press. Full story...
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Global warming and storms

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videoThe earth is slowly warming up; it is a fact. The cause is heat-trapping, or gases accumulating in the atmosphere. This gradual increase in temperature is what we call global warming, and this warming is causing ocean temperatures to rise. Full story...
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Global Warming Conference at UNCW

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A Conference at UNCW was aimed at informing the public about global warming. Researchers say as the temperatures rise, so do the chances of hurricanes. Full story...
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