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Monday, February 10, 2014

Climate tweets for 9 February 2014

Arctic's 'Layer Cake' Atmosphere Blamed for Rapid Warming: @LiveScience  

Bolivia floods kill 38, more heavy rains forecast: @Reuters 

In shocker, coal industry report finds carbon is actually good for you 

Hot Alaska, Cold Georgia: How Shifted Polar Vortex Turned Winter Upside-Down: 

As fresh storms lash coast, UK starts to count long-term cost: @guardian 

Drought thinning herd of ranchers in Nevada: @ajam 

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RT Suzanne Goldenberg ‏@suzyji: So much for that global warming pause. Study shows trade winds buried surface heat deep in ocean  via @guardian

Climate Code Red: Why and how of radical emissions reductions (2): Corinne Le Quere 

RT ClimateNow ‏@ClimateNow: Homes lost as fires burn across Victoria - most dangerous fire threat since Black Saturday 

RT Michael E. Mann ‏@MichaelEMann: Wow. MT @LeoHickman UK Met Office's Dame Julia Slingo: Climate change 'lies behind Britain's storms' 

RT 350orBust ‏@350orbust1: Severe floods 'threaten food security', say farmers & environmental groups: 

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