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2015/07/04 01:28
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Shark safety tips: How to stay safe in the water According to The International Shark Attack File (ISAF), the longest-running database on shark attacks, the chances that a shark will attack you are...
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2015/07/01 07:39
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Dinosaurs' extinction gave rise to modern fish: Study Paleontologists have determined that ray-finned fish - the world's most diverse vertebrates - began their dominance in the oceans 66 million...
2015/06/25 21:17
2015/06/25 21:17
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Seven-Year Study Indicates Steady and Upward Trends for Blue and Fin Whales in Southern California Scripps-led study used acoustic data to provide the first detailed view of calling blue and fin whale...
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2015/06/25 11:33
2015/06/25 11:33
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This Dutch kid is about to launch a system to let the oceans clean themselves, by 2016 - Quartz wave theoryThis Dutch kid is about to launch a system to let the oceans clean themselves, by 2016 Ever...
2015/06/24 05:34
2015/06/24 05:34
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New Delhi: Eight partnership projects between higher education institutes of India and the U.S. were announced, seeking to further broaden bilateral ties in the education sphere. The 'Indo-U.S. 21st...
2015/06/22 05:44
2015/06/22 05:44
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Veerabhadran Ramanathan felt that way last week when Pope Francis delivered a powerful encyclical pleading with the world to deal with climate change. The UC San Diego climate scientist helped shape...
2015/06/21 09:28
2015/06/21 09:28
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One of thousands of red tuna crabs is pictured washed ashore in Dana Point, California June 17, 2015. Thousands of red tuna crabs are shown washed ashore in Dana Point, California June 17,...
2015/06/20 01:25
2015/06/20 01:25
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Veerabhadran Ramanathan, scientist, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Pope Francis' encyclical on climate change, issued Thursday, calls on developed nations to take immediate action on reducing...
2015/06/19 16:17
2015/06/19 16:17
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Francis framed climate change as an urgent moral issue to address in his eagerly anticipated encyclical, blaming global warming on an unfair, fossil fuel-based industrial model that harms the poor...
2015/06/18 16:03
2015/06/18 16:03
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VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis called yesterday for a bold cultural revolution to correct what he calls the “structurally perverse” economic system of the rich exploiting the poor that is turning Earth...
2015/06/18 03:07
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SAN DIEGO - It appears the tuna crabs have halted their invasion of Mission Beach…for now. 10News anchor Robert Santos checked Wednesday for any new crabs washing up on shore and all he found was...
2015/06/18 01:07
2015/06/18 01:07
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Off topic: A bizarre sight in California ... crabs attack! Click on photo for larger image. Photo taken at China Cove in Newport Beach, CA by Steven. From the WaPo: Why these bright, tiny crabs are...
2015/06/17 11:48
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Pope Francis to Speak Out on Climate Change During 24-Hour Global Climathon A 24-hour global Climathon is set to coincide with the much anticipated environmental encyclical by Pope Francis on 18...
2015/06/17 07:02
2015/06/17 07:02
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The thirst for knowledge is great – and the thirst for water at local colleges and universities is pretty significant as well. UC Irvine had the sixth-largest water bill in Orange County last year at...
2015/06/16 22:28
2015/06/16 22:28
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... JUNE 2015 Quake Instruments to Be Retrieved After 12 Months on the Seafloor Scientists from the United States, Japan, and New Zealand will retrieve instruments from the seafloor near Poverty Bay...
2015/06/16 06:42
2015/06/16 06:42
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Later this summer the final stages of Venice’s Mose flood barrier project will begin completion as the gates arrive and are inserted into their concrete foundations on the bed of the Venetian lagoon....
2015/06/15 09:16
2015/06/15 09:16
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... Tiny tuna crabs have been washing up by the thousands on beaches in Orange County, California. The Orange County Register reports that the crustaceans, which look like tiny lobsters or crawfish,...
2015/06/14 01:07
2015/06/14 01:07
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SAN DIEGO - The swarms of crabs showing up on local beaches have now spread to Mission Bay. Tuna crabs have been showing up on beaches all the way from Tijuana to La Jolla, and now they are all over...
2015/06/13 19:47
2015/06/13 19:47
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Blobs of tar washing up on La Jolla-area beaches are a source of curiosity – and some concern – among some locals, worried that they may be residue from the Santa Barbara oil spill. “It really...
2015/06/13 01:25
2015/06/13 01:25
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Tuna crabs blanket the shoreline at Ocean Beach in San Diego, June 12, 2015. Massive numbers of small red crabs that normally inhabit the warm waters off of Baja California have invaded San Diego’s...
2015/07/04 01:28
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