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2014/04/20 14:18
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Massive wildfires are on the increase in the Western US due to rising temperatures and worsening drought from climate change, and the trend could continue in the decades to come, new research...
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2014/04/17 18:09
2014/04/17 18:09
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Right now, five human spacecrafts study Mars by hanging out near it. Two do it from the Martian surface—the Curiosity rover, which began its mission in 2012, and the more-than-a-decade-old Opportunity...
2014/04/16 13:39
2014/04/16 13:39
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Scientists studying changes in the Earth's surface rely on 40 years of Landsat satellite imaging, but South Dakota ranchers making decisions about grazing their livestock can benefit from 70 years of...
2014/04/15 03:39
2014/04/15 03:39
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Green space keeps you from feeling blue London, April 14 : The more green space a neighborhood has, the happier the people are, a new study has revealed. Dr. Kristen Malecki, assistant professor of...
2014/04/11 18:17
2014/04/11 18:17
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Wisconsin Research Shows Green Space Keeps You From Feeling Blue Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Newswise — MADISON —...
2014/04/08 17:25
2014/04/08 17:25
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There's some new, pristine real estate on the remote Japanese island of Nishino-shima Volcanic activity has merged the tiny island with a new neighbor that started to form late last year, creating a...
2014/04/07 04:21
2014/04/07 04:21
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Oh baby, you've grown! Volcanic island born just last year is still getting bigger... and now it's swallowed its neighbour Niijima was formed by underwater volcano in Pacific in November It has...
2014/04/05 12:31
2014/04/05 12:31
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In November 2013, a seafloor volcano in the western Pacific Ocean spewed enough material to rise above the water line. The new island, or Niijima, sprouted just 500 meters from Nishino-shima, another...
2014/04/01 19:39
2014/04/01 19:39
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A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket blasted off from California and safely boosted a new Earth-watching Landsat into a polar orbit today to kick off an $855 million mission. It's the latest...
2014/04/01 19:39
2014/04/01 19:39
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It's a bit nippy over here. This image was created with the help of remote-sensing satellites. National Snow and Ice Data Center,Ted Scambos If you like the cold (really, really like the cold), then...
2014/04/01 15:38
2014/04/01 15:38
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As the death toll from the Oso, Wash., landslide in northwest Washington continues to mount, geologists, meteorologists and earth scientists alike are examining the root causes -- and the aftermath --...
2014/04/01 02:21
2014/04/01 02:21
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Google is helping the U.S. government accomplish research on climate change by donating 50 million hours of cloud computing time as well as other resources. "Up until now, it's been difficult for the...
2014/03/27 15:40
2014/03/27 15:40
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On March 22, 2014, a rainfall-triggered landslide near Oso, Washington, sent muddy debris spilling across the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River. The debris swamped numerous homes, resulting in the...
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2014/03/26 08:47
2014/03/26 08:47
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Space experts in Guildford are marking the 30th anniversary of one of the first satellites built in the town being in orbit. The UoSAT-2 satellite was launched in March 1984 from Vandenberg Air Force...
2014/03/25 14:18
2014/03/25 14:18
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The sea has protected Venice since the fifth century, when people moved to the fish-shaped islands of Rialto for safety from mainland invaders. Over the next thirteen centuries, the seafaring...
2014/03/21 20:29
2014/03/21 20:29
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WASHINGTON -- Google, Intel, Microsoft, the White House and others believe more Americans would take action on climate change if its affects could be visualized up close, down to its impact house by...
2014/03/20 22:39
2014/03/20 22:39
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When it comes to helping communities across the United States stay up-to-date on their flood risk, the Landsat satellite can take a bow. Landsat images help track urban change, a factor that can...
2014/03/20 22:39
2014/03/20 22:39
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Flooding is the most frequent and widespread weather-related natural disaster, taking a huge toll in lives and property each year. NASA Earth-observing satellites and airborne missions provide vital...
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