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2015/01/28 21:27
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Environment Updates Enourmous, slow-moving undersea swells impact weather Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 28 January, 2015 - Marine scientists are measuring 1,000 foot high waves in the Tasman Sea....
2015/01/28 21:27
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2015/01/28 21:16
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Climate change inaction pushes 'doomsday clock' closest to midnight since 1984 Symbolic clock is now at three minutes to apocalypse, the darkest hour for humanity since the cold war The symbolic...
2015/01/26 21:20
2015/01/26 21:20
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We're huddled in his modest office at the University of Southern California (USC), on the fifth floor of Stauffer Hall. Nealson is wearing a rumpled short-sleeve shirt, a pair of old suede loafers,...
2015/01/26 17:17
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These are the incredible images of rays shooting up more than 10 feet into the air out of the sea. Octavio Aburto, 41, captured the stunning shots of the Munk’s devil rays that were seemingly...
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2015/01/26 05:44
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LOS ANGELES — California's drought crept in slowly, but it could end with a torrent of winter storms that stream across the Pacific, dumping much of the year's rain and snow in a few fast-moving and...
2015/01/24 03:37
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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - If you've been outside at sunset the past few evenings, you've probably noticed an amazing light show in the San Diego skies. We've received dozens of photos from CBS News 8...
2015/01/23 15:40
2015/01/23 15:40
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We know that fishing has significant impacts on our oceans and the animals that live in them. Effects can range from habitat modification caused by bottom trawls, stock declines from overfishing or...
2015/01/20 20:39
2015/01/20 20:39
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The NISTAR instrument that will fly aboard NOAA's space weather-observing spacecraft called the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR), is going to measure the Earth's radiation budget. NASA is...
2015/01/20 02:26
2015/01/20 02:26
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Above: Dozens of volunteers fanned out today near the roller coaster in Mission Beach to draw attention to the impact sea level rise could have on low-lying beach areas in San Diego county. With...
2015/01/19 13:40
2015/01/19 13:40
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In the midst of the California rainy season, scientists are embarking on a field campaign designed to improve the understanding of the natural and human-caused phenomena that determine when and how...
2015/01/18 08:58
2015/01/18 08:58
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The average surface temperature on Earth was higher in 2014 than at any time since scientists began taking detailed measurements 135 years ago. The 1.4-degree Fahrenheit rise since 1880 confirms...
2015/01/14 16:17
2015/01/14 16:17
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Data-gathering floats provide a clearer picture of how temperature rise affects the oceans. Hundreds of robotic instruments deployed across the South Pacific have begun to reveal dramatic new...
2015/01/14 13:40
2015/01/14 13:40
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Everyone has seen TV footage of surfers taking their lives into their hands in massive surf at Margaret River or Oahu in Hawaii, where waves can tower to six metres and produce solid walls of water...
2015/01/13 14:31
2015/01/13 14:31
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Marine biologist Eric Keen, who found time to produce an award-winning video while researching whales in the fjords of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, is a graduate student at the...
2015/01/08 08:26
2015/01/08 08:26
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Giant underwater waves could hold secrets of climate forecasting and improved fisheries The Tasman Sea's giant tides are to be studied as part of a project to improve climate forecasts and locate...
2015/01/08 05:26
2015/01/08 05:26
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After meeting with Obama, one activist felt challenged to make the case “why this pipeline is not in our country’s best interest.”Credit Illustration by Paul Rogers On the day of his second...
2015/01/07 15:31
2015/01/07 15:31
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Last year was San Diego’s warmest since record keeping on weather began in the city in 1872. The average combined high and low temperature at Lindbergh Field was 67.6 degrees — nearly 4 degrees above...
2015/01/05 17:28
2015/01/05 17:28
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MOSS LANDING - The weird deep-sea Osedax "bone devouring" worms have gotten even weirder. Sometimes called zombie worms, they are already bizarre because they have no eyes, no mouth and no stomach...
2015/01/28 21:27
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