30 Jun '11, 2pm

Average U.S. Temperature Increases by 0.5 Degrees F: ScienceDaily (June 29, 2011) — According to the 1981-2010 n...

Average U.S. Temperature Increases by 0.5 Degrees F: ScienceDaily (June 29, 2011) — According to the 1981-2010 n...

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An Uptick in U.S. Temperatures

green.blogs.nytimes.com 30 Jun '11, 6pm

Baseline temperature averages issued by government scientists this week indicate that temperatures across the United State...

US wine regions are at serious risk from climat...

e360.yale.edu 30 Jun '11, 4pm

30 Jun 2011: Premium U.S. Wine Regions Face Climate Risk Within 30 Years Warming temperatures could significantly impact s...