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FedEx Leans on a Sophisticated Data Stream to Play Last-Minute Santa

FedEx Leans on a Sophisticated Data Stream to Play Last-Minute Santa

Millions of Americans will wait until the last minute to send holiday gifts to far-flung locales, and many will lean on FedEx to make it happen in a hurry. There's a data-based story behind why the
News Report on Global Temperatures Is Wrong, Scientists Say

News Report on Global Temperatures Is Wrong, Scientists Say

A man suns on the beach in the Bronx in October. Scientists on Friday debunked a widely circulated report suggesting that recent temperature highs were unrelated to climate change.
News Report on Global Temperatures Is Wrong, Scientists Say

News Report on Global Temperatures Is Wrong, Scientists Say

A man suns on the beach in the Bronx in October. Scientists on Friday debunked a widely circulated report suggesting that recent temperature highs were unrelated to climate change.
Spiking Temperatures in the Arctic Startle Scientists

Spiking Temperatures in the Arctic Startle Scientists

The cruise ship Crystal Serenity, anchored outside Nome, Alaska, in August, before its inaugural voyage through the Northwest Passage. The trip would not have been possible before climate change led
Spiking Temperatures in the Arctic Startle Scientists

Spiking Temperatures in the Arctic Startle Scientists

The cruise ship Crystal Serenity, anchored outside Nome, Alaska, in August, before its inaugural voyage through the Northwest Passage. The trip would not have been possible before climate change led
Fish Seek Cooler Waters, Leaving Some Fishermen’s Nets Empty

Fish Seek Cooler Waters, Leaving Some Fishermen’s Nets Empty

The fishing industry faces antiquated regulations that have been overtaken by climate change, as warming seas force a variety of fish to seek cooler and deeper waters.
Fish Seek Cooler Waters, Leaving Some Fishermen’s Nets Empty

Fish Seek Cooler Waters, Leaving Some Fishermen’s Nets Empty

The fishing industry faces antiquated regulations that have been overtaken by climate change, as warming seas force a variety of fish to seek cooler and deeper waters.
Conditions That Form More Hurricanes Also Protect U.S., Study Finds

Conditions That Form More Hurricanes Also Protect U.S., Study Finds

When Hurricane Matthew hit the South Carolina coast on Oct. 8, the storm was weaker than when it struck Haiti a few days earlier.
Conditions That Form More Hurricanes Also Protect U.S., Study Finds

Conditions That Form More Hurricanes Also Protect U.S., Study Finds

When Hurricane Matthew hit the South Carolina coast on Oct. 8, the storm was weaker than when it struck Haiti a few days earlier.

2016 Was Second-Warmest Year on Record in U.S.

Federal scientists reported that only 2012 had a higher average temperature in the lower 48 states in records reaching back to 1895.
Earth Sets a Temperature Record for the Third Straight Year

Earth Sets a Temperature Record for the Third Straight Year

Ice in the Arctic Ocean’s Chukchi Sea region. “What’s going on in the Arctic is really very impressive; this year was ridiculously off the chart,” said Gavin A. Schmidt, the head of NASA’s Goddard
Trilobites: Better Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, Too

Trilobites: Better Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, Too

Earth as seen by NOAA’s newest satellite, the GOES-16, in an image released on Monday.
Trilobites: Better Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, Too

Trilobites: Better Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, Too

Earth as seen by NOAA’s newest satellite, the GOES-16, in an image released on Monday.
The Debunker: No Data Manipulation in 2015 Climate Study, Researchers Say

The Debunker: No Data Manipulation in 2015 Climate Study, Researchers Say

The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology and its chairman, led by Representative Lamar Smith, Republican of Texas, has demanded that NOAA researchers turn over emails related to work on
The Debunker: No Data Manipulation in 2015 Climate Study, Researchers Say

The Debunker: No Data Manipulation in 2015 Climate Study, Researchers Say

The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology and its chairman, led by Representative Lamar Smith, Republican of Texas, has demanded that NOAA researchers turn over emails related to work on
No Data Manipulation at NOAA

No Data Manipulation at NOAA

Top Republicans on the House science committee claim a former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist “confirmed” that his NOAA colleagues “manipulated” climate data for a 2015
How an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor

How an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor

A coal mound in Kentucky. A blog post by a former federal climate scientist fed disagreement over the existence of climate change.
How an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor

How an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor

A coal mound in Kentucky. A blog post by a former federal climate scientist fed disagreement over the existence of climate change.

Wonders of the Deep

The research vehicle Okeanos Explorer is collecting video and data from the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.

ScienceTake: Wonders of a Marine National Monument

A research cruise in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument produced video of alien-looking deep sea life.