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2015/03/28 03:38
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Loss of Antarctic ice shelf accelerates The ice shelves around Antarctica have been thinning at accelerated rates for the past two decades, researchers say in an article appearing in Science...
2015/03/28 03:38
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2015/03/27 19:24
2015/03/27 19:24
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Warming up: possible record temperatures recorded on the Antarctic Peninsula. Photo: Newscom To call this week's wintry chill across southern Australia a "burst from Antarctica" would be doing a...
2015/03/21 10:28
2015/03/21 10:28
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The amount measured this year is 130,000 sq km below the previous record winter low measured in 2011.NSIDC Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has fallen to the lowest recorded level for winter since...
2015/03/18 22:12
2015/03/18 22:12
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Curtailing the Earth sciences mission of Nasa would deprive scientists of important data relating to volcanic eruptions, destructive algae growth, extreme weather events and much more, experts warned...
2015/03/16 15:25
2015/03/16 15:25
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Hundreds of people fled to La Jolla shores for relief from hot temperatures, Sunday, March 15, 2015. A heat wave that gripped San Diego from Friday through Sunday, the last weekend of winter,...
2015/03/16 14:44
2015/03/16 14:44
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They’d had enough. Their bags were packed. They were going home. San Diegan Susan Shirk and the other members of a U.S. State Department negotiating team had been in Beijing for five days, trying to...
2015/03/16 10:32
2015/03/16 10:32
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Pointe Larue — For over 40 years, scientists have known about the existence of a repeated circulation occurring around the earth precisely in the tropics near the equator. The Madden-Julian...
2015/03/14 21:44
2015/03/14 21:44
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It’s Friday evening, March 28, 2014, and two lives are about to collide. Rachel Anne Morrison is dining at Jake’s in Del Mar. Christopher “Chip” Stockmeyer is drinking at a bar in...
2015/03/14 21:36
2015/03/14 21:36
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San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering underwayPosted: Saturday, March 14, 2015 5:25 PM EDTUpdated: Saturday, March 14, 2015 5:25 PM EDT SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The San Diego Festival of Science and...
2015/03/13 21:08
2015/03/13 21:08
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What's This?A Chinese worker smokes as he walks past chimneys emitting smoke at a steel plant in Loudi city, central China's Hunan province, March 4, 2015. Global emissions of carbon dioxide, the...
2015/03/10 02:39
2015/03/10 02:39
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Researchers have found a more accurate way to predict the size of sockeye salmon runs in the Fraser River, which could help officials make better decisions about how many fish to allocate to...
2015/03/05 12:39
2015/03/05 12:39
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Much ecological literature focuses on the effects that human actions have on species, habitats or ecosystems. Unfortunately, human effects on the natural world are often negative. Whether it's...
2015/03/05 05:44
2015/03/05 05:44
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The Birch Aquarium in La Jolla plans to introduce marine science to more children who rarely have the chance to explore the ocean, thanks to a record-tying $6 million gift that will be announced...
2015/03/04 19:43
2015/03/04 19:43
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This work has been published in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews. Its authors include Francisca Mart�nez Ruiz y David Gallego Torres (Andalusia Institute of Earth Sciences, CSIC-UGR), both of...
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2015/03/03 21:42
2015/03/03 21:42
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In a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Scripps graduate student Hao Ye, Scripps Professor George Sugihara, and fisheries coauthors in Canada describe how the...
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2015/03/02 00:53
2015/03/02 00:53
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As a schoolgirl in the 1930s, Eugenie Clark spent countless hours pressed up to the tanks at a New York City aquarium, absorbed by the alligators, sea turtles and hundreds of species of fish just...
2015/03/01 16:44
2015/03/01 16:44
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For graduate archaeology student Tom Holm, an iconic children’s story linked a cryptic chapter in California’s past with a modern-day Indian tribe in San Diego County. A decision by the Navy last...
2015/02/28 12:39
2015/02/28 12:39
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As you well know if you live there, the eastern United States has been in a deep freeze throughout February, 2015. Wave after wave of ice and snowstorms have hit the region, and NASA says that...
2015/03/28 03:38
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