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Satellite Catches Lingering Remnants of Tropical Depression 9

Yesterday − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
NOAA's GOES-East satellite has been keeping an eye on the remnants of Tropical Depression 9. On Oct. 24 at 14:30 UTC (10:30 a.m. EDT) GOES-East captured a visible image of clouds and thunderstorms associated with former Tropical Depression 9,, centered over the southeastern Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, Belize, and the adjacent northwestern Caribbean Sea. …
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• New Study Finds Options for Climate Change Policy Are Well Characterized − Yesterday
• Highest Altitude Ice Age Human Occupation Documented in Peruvian Andes − 2 days ago
• Highest Altitude Archaeological Sites in the World Explored in the Peruvian Andes − 2 days ago
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World
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Years
10-23-14
Highest Altitude Ice Age Human Occupation Documented in Peruvian Andes
Orono, Maine — In the southern Peruvian Andes, an archaeological team led by researchers at the University of Maine has documented the highest altitude ice age human occupation anywhere…
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Fisheries
10-24-14

Climate Change Impacts Countered by Stricter Fisheries Management

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Channel
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Desert Streams: Deceptively Simple

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Edouard
10-23-14

NASA HS3 Mission Global Hawk's Bullseye in Hurricane Edouard

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Sites
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Highest Altitude Archaeological Sites in the World Explored in the Peruvian Andes

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Ferns
10-23-14
How Ferns Adapted to One of Earth's Newest And Most Extreme Environments
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Ocean
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Climate Change Caused by Ocean, Not Just Atmosphere, New Rutgers Study Finds

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Dams
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Global Boom in Hydropower Expected This Decade
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Remnants
10-24-14

Satellite Catches Lingering Remnants of Tropical Depression 9

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Dams
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New Tool Identifies High-priority Dams for Fish Survival
Scientists have identified 181 California dams that may need to increase water flows to protect native fish downstream. The screening tool developed by the Center for Watershed Sciences at…
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Ana
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NASA Sees Tropical Storm Ana Still Vigorous

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Large
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Icelandic Volcano Sits on Massive Magma Hot Spot
Spectacular eruptions at Bárðarbunga volcano in central Iceland have been spewing lava continuously since Aug. 31. Massive amounts of erupting lava are connected to the destruction of supercontinents and…
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Policy
10-24-14
New Study Finds Options for Climate Change Policy Are Well Characterized
WASHINGTON – October 24, 2014 – Policy options for climate change risk management are straightforward and have well understood strengths and weaknesses, according to a new study by the…
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Climate Change

Climate Change Caused by Ocean, Not Just Atmosphere, New Rutgers Study Finds


Yesterday − Rutgers University
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Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

Tropical Depression 9 Forms in Gulf of Mexico


3 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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El Niño, La Niña

Tornadoes Occurring Earlier in 'Tornado Alley'


1 months ago − American Geophysical Union
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Earthquake

Massive Debris Pile Reveals Risk of Huge Tsunamis in Hawaii


5 days ago − American Geophysical Union
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Volcano
Icelandic Volcano Sits on Massive Magma Hot Spot

Yesterday − University of California - Davis
Spectacular eruptions at Bárðarbunga volcano in central Iceland have been spewing lava continuously since Aug. 31. Massive amounts of erupting lava are connected to the destruction of supercontinents and dramatic changes in climate and ecosystems. …
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Tsunami

Massive Debris Pile Reveals Risk of Huge Tsunamis in Hawaii


5 days ago − American Geophysical Union
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Ecology

Climate Change Impacts Countered by Stricter Fisheries Management


Yesterday − Wildlife Conservation Society
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Geology, Earth Science

No Single Explanation for Biodiversity in Madagascar


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Meteorology

Getting Hot And Wet in Vermont


1 months ago − University of Vermont
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