Scott K. Johnson

Freelance geoscience journalist @ArsTechnica, Science Editor @ClimateFdbk, geoscience instructor @CoconinoCC and @NAU, fan of groundwater

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You can help “rescue” weather data from the 1860s
March, 22 2019
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500 million years of climate history pinned on plate tectonics
March, 17 2019
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Shading the planet doesn’t have to come with rainfall side-effects
March, 13 2019
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A clue to why ice ages got much longer
March, 7 2019
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Striking study finds a climate tipping point in clouds
February, 25 2019
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Huge study finds professors’ attitudes affect students’ grades
February, 15 2019
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Want a better idea of your future climate? Try this map
February, 14 2019
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Two sea level studies have some good news, bad news
February, 8 2019
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2018 ranks as fourth-warmest year for globe
February, 6 2019
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Climate change or “just the weather?” Here’s how to answer that
February, 6 2019
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Earth’s magnetic field nearly died during critical transition
January, 30 2019
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How a two-planet smashup left the Earth with its elements
January, 24 2019
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If we stopped upgrading fossil-fuel-using tech, we’d hit our climate goals
January, 17 2019
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Investigation of NOAA climate scientists finds bupkisars_ab.settitle(1439267);
January, 10 2019
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What could have wiped 3km of rock off the entire Earth?
January, 1 2019
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The economic impacts of climate change could limit climate change
December, 19 2018
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Greenland’s melting snow makes new a hockey stick (graph)
December, 9 2018
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Wrong way: 2018 global CO₂ emissions tick up again
December, 6 2018
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Latest dire US climate report was pushed out on Black Fridayars_ab.settitle(1418215);
November, 26 2018
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Huge, previously unknown impact crater found beneath Greenland’s ice
November, 18 2018
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Houston’s cityscape squeezed extra rain out of Hurricane Harvey
November, 16 2018
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What is going on with California’s horrific fires?
November, 13 2018
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How leaky is natural gas production? One puzzle solved
November, 2 2018
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Geoengineering could stop warming but comes with side of sea-level risears_ab.settitle(1404067);
October, 31 2018
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New study argues against some of the oldest evidence for lifears_ab.settitle(1396469);
October, 18 2018
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Mad scientists flip the Earth’s spin in climate models, watch water go nuts
October, 17 2018
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Here’s what it would take to stop climate change sooner
October, 8 2018
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Wind power helps limit global warming but causes some local warmingars_ab.settitle(1388745);
October, 7 2018
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ICESat-2 successfully starts lasering Earth, telling us about it
October, 5 2018
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2017 earthquake off Mexico broke through an entire tectonic plate
October, 4 2018
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Sagging bedrock tracked Houston’s floodwater after Hurricane Harveyars_ab.settitle(1379599);
September, 20 2018
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You think your neighbors can drive energy conservation
September, 18 2018
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First-ever pre-storm study looks at climate change and Hurricane Florencears_ab.settitle(1374915);
September, 13 2018
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Carpeting Sahara with wind and solar farms could make it rain
September, 8 2018
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Scientist who thinks more CO₂ is great joins National Security Council
September, 6 2018
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Being reminded of your political bubble can stop you from breaking out
September, 3 2018
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This is your brain on air pollutionars_ab.settitle(1366199);
August, 30 2018
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DNA reveals ancient parrot breeder supplied US Southwest peoplesars_ab.settitle(1359477);
August, 15 2018
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The secret to Mars’ past warmth could be beneath Curiosity’s wheels
August, 9 2018
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Blue diamonds are born buried deep below but bear ocean-bottom boronars_ab.settitle(1351659);
August, 1 2018
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It’s too soon to tell if the Great Barrier Reef’s bleaching was a catastrophe
July, 27 2018
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New study blaming warming on disrupted Atlantic flow has scientists “grumpy”ars_ab.settitle(1347675);
July, 25 2018
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Fossil fuel lobbyists grossly outspend “Big Green”ars_ab.settitle(1346475);
July, 20 2018
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“Fingerprint” of humanity’s climate impact seen in the seasons
July, 19 2018
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Elusive trigger for cooling 13,000 years ago might have been found
July, 11 2018
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Group identifies sources of rogue ozone-depleting pollution in Chinaars_ab.settitle(1341011);
July, 9 2018
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Building the world’s highest-resolution telescope
July, 9 2018
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Energy shifts could mean China’s carbon emissions are done growing
July, 5 2018
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Splitting water for fuel while removing CO₂ from the airars_ab.settitle(1338027);
June, 28 2018
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Federal judge dismisses cities’ climate case against oil companiesars_ab.settitle(1337035);
June, 26 2018
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Scott K. Johnson is a writer who has produced content for arstechnica.com and arstechnica.co.uk
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