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2014/11/27 00:28
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University of Wellington 27 November 2014Thin Ice heading for United States television screensThe success of a Victoria University of Wellington fundraising campaign means the screening of Thin...
2014/11/27 00:28
2014/11/27 00:28
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2014/11/26 20:42
2014/11/26 20:42
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Applied to the outer shell of the payload section of a rocket using pipettes, small, double-stranded DNA molecules flew into space from Earth and back again. After the launch, space flight, re-entry...
2014/11/25 23:49
2014/11/25 23:49
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... where no manned vessels can go, scientists get much-needed help from a underwater robot to help them survey Antarctica's melting ice. Measuring the thickness of Antarctic sea ice, an important...
2014/11/25 15:33
2014/11/25 15:33
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Antarctic sea ice is increasing — that's old news — but now it's also thicker than scientists thought, and that's only adding to the confusion. (Video via NASA) A project to map Antarctic sea ice...
2014/11/24 16:34
2014/11/24 16:34
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The Scholars on the Road lecture series presented by the College of Arts and Sciences will return for its second year, bringing alumni a new list of thought-provoking conversations on a variety of...
2014/11/24 01:20
2014/11/24 01:20
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With rain falling in Humboldt County and winter fast approaching, there's a natural tendency for people to breathe a sigh of relief, forget about the ongoing drought and turn their attention to other...
2014/11/22 05:38
2014/11/22 05:38
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Sophie Purdom, an environmental economist, was sharing tea with a fellow student and geologist in the kitchen at the Building for Environmental Research and Teaching in late October, when their...
2014/11/22 04:45
2014/11/22 04:45
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Dec. 25, 2013. Two bursts of light snow are likely to total 1 to 2 inches area-wide, making this the snowiest Christmas in the Chicago area since 2002 when 2 inches fell. A diver dressed as Santa...
2014/11/21 19:27
2014/11/21 19:27
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OPINION: U.S. should lead in writing rules for a new ocean As shipping redefines Arctic, U.S. should show leadership by proposing that Heavy Fuel Oil be phased out of use Forty-five years ago this...
2014/11/21 12:48
2014/11/21 12:48
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It’s no longer enough to just be cold and miserable during the winter months. These days, we need to be cold and miserable and arguing about what all that cold and misery All weather, after all, now...
2014/11/20 22:12
2014/11/20 22:12
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Blistering heat across Australia, frigid conditions across much of the continental US – what’s going on? Blistering heat across Australia but frigid conditions across much of the continental US –...
2014/11/20 18:37
2014/11/20 18:37
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Wild reindeer living on the Norwegian island archipelago of Svalbard in the Arctic suffered badly in January 2012 when up to 270mm of rain – some 70 per cent of the typical annual total – fell over a...
2014/11/20 15:51
2014/11/20 15:51
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One of the most abrupt rises in the carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere at the end of the last ice age took place about 14,600 years ago. Ice core data show that the CO2 concentration at...
2014/11/20 14:43
2014/11/20 14:43
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... at IGNCA, Gallery Espace is holding a series of outreach events such as guided tours of the current exhibition with curator Prayag Shukla and other art experts. Also on the cards is a jazz...
2014/11/20 11:38
2014/11/20 11:38
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The traditional environmental knowledge from India's northeast and northern regions, particularly the Himalayas, integrated with modern science is important for battling climate change, suggested...
2014/11/19 15:42
2014/11/19 15:42
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The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) is part of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. A new book from the international...
2014/11/19 02:43
2014/11/19 02:43
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Nearly a decade ago, doctors in Nova Scotia thought they had found a way to protect children from being injured or killed on all-terrain vehicles. The Canadian province banned children younger than...
2014/11/18 06:17
2014/11/18 06:17
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Denied hard cash, Japan could not buy the U.S. oil upon which the empire depended for survival. Seeing the Dutch East Indies as her only other source, Japan prepared to invade. But first she had to...
2014/11/17 18:42
2014/11/17 18:42
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Russia may be planning to build a new, independent national space station rather than prolong its participation in the $150 billion International Space Station (ISS) program beyond its current 2020...
2014/11/17 08:20
2014/11/17 08:20
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It comes from the north, dragging frigid air and awful commutes like a terrible shroud over the continental United States, from the Rocky Mountains all the way to the Atlantic. While the East Coast...
2014/11/27 00:28
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