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Past articles by Dinah:

Lee makes landfall in Canada with impacts felt in New England: Power outages, downed trees

The storm had already toppled trees and power lines, impacting thousands Saturday from Maine to Nova Scotia. → Read More

When the dead don't stay buried: The grave situation at cemeteries amid climate change

Caskets float in floods, and climate change effects increasingly swamp cemeteries. Meanwhile, families face pain and anguish. → Read More

Climate change is un-burying graves. It's an expensive, 'traumatic,' confounding problem.

An in-depth look at the flooding and other troubles plaguing the nation's cemeteries as climate change worsens the impacts of natural disasters. → Read More

Heat record after heat record will be broken in 2023. Here's how to make sense of it all.

The dizzying headlines are unlikely to slow down over the next few weeks, or in the years to come as climate change reshapes the world's weather. → Read More

At least 10 dead amid public gun violence in US cities over long Fourth of July weekend

Public gun violence had claimed at least 10 lives and injured dozens more people across the country over the long holiday weekend. → Read More

The oceans are unusually hot and on track to get hotter. That's not good.

Roughly 40% of the world’s oceans are experiencing marine heat waves, the most since satellite tracking started in 1991. → Read More

Pressure on Titanic sub would have been 'enormous' in final moments, experts say

OceanGate's Titan submersible would have been vulnerable to enormous pressures near the ocean floor as it dove toward the Titanic. → Read More

What is a catastrophic implosion? Graphics explain how the search for the missing Titanic sub unfolded

Reports indicate U.S. Navy Submarine may have detected implosion. Sub debris field was found by rescuers during a complex search of the North Atlantic. → Read More

Missing Titanic sub took on extreme danger, while 'breaking the rules'

Lawsuits, expert warnings, a reporter’s concerns, and OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush's own comments show the vessel took on extreme risks. → Read More

Patents, lawsuits, safety concerns — then tragedy. A timeline of OceanGate's Titan sub.

Timeline: History of how OceanGate developed and promoted its Titan submersible to take tourists to the Titanic → Read More

Smoke from wildfires in Canada prompt US air quality alerts. Here's a wildfire, smoke map.

Smoke from wildfires in Canada continued to drift into the U.S. on Friday, prompting air quality alerts across the Midwest, Northeast and mid-Atlantic. → Read More

The West Coast has a powerful protection from hurricanes. Could climate change weaken it?

The familiar foreboding of hurricane season has begun on East Coast. So why don't residents from San Diego to Seattle also fear hurricanes? → Read More

Orlando a favorite among best cities to avoid worst climate change impacts. Here are others.

When considering where to live in the US to avoid the worst climate change impacts, Orlando, Ohio, western North Carolina and Ohio rank high. → Read More

Volcanoes are erupting, spewing ash on these three continents

Three of the world's active volcanoes spewed ash and prompted warnings to nearby residents over the weekend: Mount Etna, Popocatepetl and Nyamulagira → Read More

America's birds are under siege. These are among the most at risk for extinction.

Condors, cranes and some scrub-jay species are among more than 100 of America's most at-risk birds for extinction. → Read More

Graphics: El Niño could return in 2023; what that means for the world's weather

An El Niño is likely in 2023, possibly a strong one. Here's what causes the global weather phenomenon and what it could mean in the United States. → Read More

Climate change is bad for everyone. But this is where it's expected to be worst in the US.

Here's your guide to what, when and where you can expect climate change impacts to be the worst in the U.S. → Read More

Experts warned the Great Salt Lake was about to disappear then came a wet winter. What now?

Melting snow has already lifted water levels in the lake four feet from their historic low last fall. But experts say alarming trends remain. → Read More

A weird winter winds down: New data details record warmth, strange snow patterns

Winter 2022-2023 was among the top two warmest winters on record in eight states from Massachusetts to Kentucky, new data says. → Read More

After decades-long comeback for the 4-foot-tall wood stork, federal protections may soon end

Wood storks were once confined to remote reaches of the Everglades in Florida. Now they nest across the Southeast. → Read More