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2015/07/28 22:56
2015/07/28 22:56
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In June, four winners of the Wasmund Family Memorial Scholar (WFMS) Award, Yasmin Fakli from Madawaska Valley District High School in Barry’s Bay and Loreena Dobson, Leree MacPherson and Breenah...
2015/07/28 22:56
2015/07/28 22:56
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2015/07/28 14:42
2015/07/28 14:42
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On Sunday, Hillary Clinton took a first swing at the many-headed carbon hydra. By the end of her first term, she said, the US would have seven times more solar energy capacity than it does today. And...
2015/07/28 02:20
2015/07/28 02:20
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If you have been to the beach at Treasure Island, Florida (adjoining St. Petersburg), you will notice something very odd. The hotels (many of which were built in the 1950s and ‘60s) and the seawall...
2015/07/27 14:39
2015/07/27 14:39
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For the first time, large parts of the polar bear Y chromosome have been decoded. Credit: Senckenberg/Janke For the first time, a team of scientists, led by Prof. Axel Janke of the Senckenberg...
2015/07/26 07:28
2015/07/26 07:28
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Retired Nasa scientist James Hansen who first rang the climate alarm bell in 1988, is now back with a study that points to major sea level rise in the next 50 years owing to speeding up of glacier...
2015/07/25 09:27
2015/07/25 09:27
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While slicing a cylinder of mud he pulled from an Interior Alaska lake, Matthew Wooller ran into a snag. The wire he was using to cut the mud stopped when it hit something solid. He grabbed a knife,...
2015/07/23 21:09
2015/07/23 21:09
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Imagine a world in which the Persian Gulf controlled two thirds of the world's oil for export, with $200 billion a year in oil revenues streaming into that unstable and politically troubled region,...
2015/07/22 20:42
2015/07/22 20:42
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The Canadian Forces’ most northerly station has a new commanding officer. CFS Alert welcomed a new commonding officer, Maj. Walter Michalchuk during a chance of command there Tuesday. Maj....
2015/07/22 12:39
2015/07/22 12:39
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Many hands make light reindeer herding. Credit: Matthew Gwynfryn Thomas, Author provided Deep into the Arctic Circle in the far north of Norway, Finland, Sweden and north-west Russia, a few thousand...
2015/07/22 12:21
2015/07/22 12:21
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Sea levels may rise by 10 FEET in the next 50 years: Climate change targets could still lead to 'highly dangerous' global warming, warn scientists Climate expert Dr James Hansen says paper is most...
2015/07/22 08:45
2015/07/22 08:45
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North Sea protected by ‘fishing boats and Twitter’ HMS Defender, in the foreground, escorts Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov off the coast of Moray. Picture: Contributed THE Ministry of...
2015/07/21 18:39
2015/07/21 18:39
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An indigenous Xavante midwife. Credit: Agência Brasil Native Americans living in the Amazon bear an unexpected genetic connection to indigenous people in Australasia, suggesting a previously unknown...
2015/07/19 23:28
2015/07/19 23:28
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Dr Sally Gaw will discuss the impact of microplastics on the environment at a free public lecture at the University of Canterbury (UC) at 7pm onWednesday 22 July.Dr Gaw is Director of Environmental...
2015/07/19 08:02
2015/07/19 08:02
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... facing a frightening future of shriveling snowpacks and rising seas, created the nation’s most aggressive program to combat global warming. The 2006 law mandated broad...
2015/07/17 15:36
2015/07/17 15:36
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An international action plan to improve predictions of weather, climate and ice conditions in Polar regions has been agreed in an effort to minimize the risks and maximize the opportunities associated...
2015/07/17 14:51
2015/07/17 14:51
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While slicing a cylinder of mud he pulled from an Interior Alaska lake, Matthew Wooller ran into a snag. The wire he was using to cut the mud stopped when it hit something solid. He grabbed a knife,...
2015/07/17 09:39
2015/07/17 09:39
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In this 1677 painting by Abraham Hondius, "The Frozen Thames, looking Eastwards towards Old London Bridge," people are shown enjoying themselves on the ice. Credit: Museum of London The arrival of...
2015/07/16 17:20
2015/07/16 17:20
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OSLO - Canada, the United States, Russia and other Arctic nations signed an agreement on Thursday to bar their fishing fleets from fast-thawing seas around the North Pole, an agreement delayed more...
2015/07/14 22:03
2015/07/14 22:03
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The oil and gas industry supports millions of jobs and delivers billions of dollars in annual revenue to governments. Last year, it contributed more than $470 billion to the US economy in spending,...
2015/07/14 06:18
2015/07/14 06:18
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Savannah Thomsom, lead engineer of the team, was one of only four engineers selected to receive an Engineering Design Presentation Award during closing ceremonies because of her development and...
2015/07/28 22:56
2015/07/28 22:56
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