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2015/05/23 08:28
2015/05/23 08:28
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Limiting temperature rise to less than 1.5°C by 2100 is technically feasible, says a new analysis. Deeper emission cuts and improvements in energy efficiency can help achieve the target, now being...
2015/05/23 08:28
2015/05/23 08:28
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2015/05/21 05:26
2015/05/21 05:26
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Lake Mead, which forms the border between Nevada and Arizona, thirty miles from Las Vegas. The lake is fed by the Colorado and was last full in 1998. Since then, its volume has fallen by some sixty...
2015/05/20 22:39
2015/05/20 22:39
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Decision makers—often facing increased pressure to consider climate change information—typically turn to historical averages to understand when and where extreme rain, hail and snow happen in the...
2015/05/20 19:15
2015/05/20 19:15
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Posted: 2015-05-19 12:31:54 Updated: 2015-05-19 14:39:04 (CNN) - The shores of Hobart, Tasmania, have been twinkling a bright, neon blue the past few days, turning the water's surface into a scene...
2015/05/18 16:17
2015/05/18 16:17
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New Link Between Ocean Microbes and Atmosphere Uncovered Microscopic-scale predator-prey relationship has global climate implications Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsACS Central...
Read more at Newswise, PhysOrg
2015/05/17 07:57
2015/05/17 07:57
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The greenhouse gas numbers game It was just over two years ago�May 10, 2013�that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography reported the daily...
2015/05/16 01:39
2015/05/16 01:39
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Audrey Wilmot doesn't mind the rain, even when it's raining buckets because in the backyard of her home in El Cajon, she's collecting the rainwater. As cities and water districts around the state ask...
2015/05/14 12:39
2015/05/14 12:39
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When this project started, both the SDOF and the local scientific community were curious to understand the effects of an artificial reef on local fish populations and surrounding marine life. A joint...
2015/05/13 16:39
2015/05/13 16:39
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Structural color arises from the interaction of light with materials that have patterns on a minute scale, which bend and reflect light to amplify some wavelengths and dampen others. Melanosomes, tiny...
Read more at PhysOrg, redOrbit
2015/05/13 13:42
2015/05/13 13:42
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The Larsen C Ice Shelf -- whose neighbours Larsen A and B, collapsed in 1995 and 2002 -- is thinning from both its surface and beneath. For years scientists have been unable to determine whether it is...
2015/05/11 18:25
2015/05/11 18:25
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The Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny, or CARTA, will host a free public symposium on Friday at the Salk Institute beginning at 1 pm. They say this is part of ongoing proof...
2015/05/11 16:20
2015/05/11 16:20
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A mysterious large "blob" of warm water is lurking off the coast of California. Researchers from around the globe met at University of California San Diego last week to decipher what the formation...
2015/05/11 14:22
2015/05/11 14:22
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NEW ORLEANS -- With as few as about a dozen of the mammals left, federal regulators say a unique species of baleen whales in the Gulf of Mexico about 70 miles off the Florida Panhandle may be...
2015/05/08 04:25
2015/05/08 04:25
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Scientists from around the globe met at UC San Diego this week to decipher the mystery of the so-called “blob,” a large patch of warm water found in the Pacific Ocean. The term was coined by the...
2015/05/07 04:28
2015/05/07 04:28
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Global average concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have hit new records after crossing 400 parts per million this March, according to scientists at the US National Oceanic and...
2015/05/06 04:07
2015/05/06 04:07
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SAN DIEGO - From huge schools of anchovies off the coast of La Lolla to a pod of 12-15 killer whales off Oceanside, scientists admit there’s some strange things going on in our ocean. 10News anchor...
2015/05/06 00:45
2015/05/06 00:45
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San Diego scientists are working to figure out how to explain “the blob,” a nine degree temperature increase in the North Pacific Ocean that is leaving scientists with a lot of questions. On Tuesday,...
2015/05/02 04:44
2015/05/02 04:44
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The mysterious “blob” of warm water that has developed in the North Pacific — from Canada to Mexico — will be scrutinized by scientists next week during a two-day workshop at the Scripps Institution...
2015/05/01 03:42
2015/05/01 03:42
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Stretching from the northern Gulf of Maine to the New York Bight in the northwest Atlantic Ocean, NEPAN provides year-round, long-term information on the presence and physical distribution of vocal...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/04/30 22:25
2015/04/30 22:25
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In fall of her junior year, Travonya Kenly learned from her roommate of a marine biology program at Duke University that offered a full scholarship and gave special consideration to minority...
2015/05/23 08:28
2015/05/23 08:28
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