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2014/09/30 21:44
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San Diego desperately needs a wet winter. Will it get it? Forecasters aren’t betting the drought-stricken farm on it, yet they see encouraging signs. They think San Diego will probably end up...
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2014/09/30 02:36
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BBC News - Davos 2013: Iceland slams Europe over fishing policy For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Surrendering powers over fishing is a...
2014/09/29 15:44
2014/09/29 15:44
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For the first time since 2008, the algae research community’s biggest conference is returning to San Diego — the epicenter of algae biotechnology. The Algae Biomass Summit is scheduled to take place...
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2014/09/28 18:44
2014/09/28 18:44
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Could the U.S. have won the Vietnam War with the use of low-yield nuclear bombs? Is it possible to reprogram troops to make them less empathetic? And what about cockroaches? Can you make tiny...
2014/09/26 21:42
2014/09/26 21:42
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Tens of thousands of protesters will be swarming New York this Sunday to encourage the United Nations to call for drastic cuts for fossilfossil fuels. They think they are doing the moral thing in...
2014/09/26 01:44
2014/09/26 01:44
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Back in 2009, San Diego played host to the Algae Biomass Summit, a unique gathering of entrepreneurs, scientists and investors looking for ways to transform a then-obscure technology — algae...
2014/09/24 18:37
2014/09/24 18:37
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Posted: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 – 11:12 AM (CNS) – The Rancho Mirage estate that has served as a retreat for President Barack Obama will reopen to the public tomorrow and offer more free...
2014/09/24 12:31
2014/09/24 12:31
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By the end of the year, NASA plans to have a network of 15 monitoring stations around the Los Angeles basin that will use commercially available high-precision greenhouse gas analyzers to continually...
Read more at redOrbit, PhysOrg
2014/09/23 16:27
2014/09/23 16:27
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Environement Updates Surfer scientist are mapping the impact of surf tourism to reef breaks around the world Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 23 September, 2014 - Clinton Edwards and Clifford Kapono...
2014/09/20 07:28
2014/09/20 07:28
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The destruction of vital ecosystems is appreciated neither by development economists, nor by national governments who permit GDP growth to trump environmental protection in their policies. Two...
2014/09/15 02:44
2014/09/15 02:44
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She isn’t fast, she isn’t pretty. But eyes may well up with tears on Sept. 27th when mooring lines are tossed for a final time to Melville, the intrepid research ship operated by UC San Diego’s...
2014/09/14 19:07
2014/09/14 19:07
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SAN DIEGO - This hurricane season has been a busy one in the Pacific. 10News reporter Robert Santos has more on what's supercharged the storm track down in Mexico. Carol Kramer of Discover Baja...
2014/09/10 05:08
2014/09/10 05:08
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A new mechanism to inhibit proteasomes, protein complexes that are a target for cancer therapy, is the topic of an article published in the journal Chemistry & Biology. The first author of the study...
2014/09/09 21:08
2014/09/09 21:08
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What's This?The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 2013 was 142% higher than it was at the start of the industrial revolution. Image: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images The concentration of...
2014/09/09 16:39
2014/09/09 16:39
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The Southern Ocean that encircles Antarctica lends a considerable hand in keeping Earth's temperature hospitable by soaking up half of the human-made carbon in the atmosphere and a majority of the...
2014/09/08 14:25
2014/09/08 14:25
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The image shows what happens when a very strong El Nino strikes surface waters in the Central equatorial Pacific Ocean. Prospects for a strong El Niño have diminished, according to Scripps...
2014/09/04 18:43
2014/09/04 18:43
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These are findings of a new study that looked at the agricultural effects in 2005 of high concentrations of ground-level ozone, a plant-damaging pollutant formed by emissions from vehicles, cooking...
2014/09/04 13:44
2014/09/04 13:44
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A few of the hundreds of rocks that have left trails as they moved across the surface of Racetrack Playa in California's Death Valley National Park on August 18, 2014. There were several theories for...
2014/09/04 13:38
2014/09/04 13:38
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The world's oceans are turning more and more acidic, and that's serious -- especially for a wide variety of corals, crustaceans, and molluscs. And when those creatures are endangered, so too are many...
2014/09/01 17:44
2014/09/01 17:44
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The video above – from the Slithering Stones Research Initiative – shows a famous sailing or sliding or slithering stone of Death Valley’s Racetrack Playa in motion. See it? It’s the big rock in the...
2014/09/30 21:44
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