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Godwits Are Flexible...when They Get the Chance

11 hours ago − University of Groningen
Black-tailed godwits are able to cope with unpredictable weather. This was revealed by a thorough analysis of the extraordinary spring of 2013 by ecologist Nathan Senner of the University of Groningen and an international group of colleagues. …
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• Little-known Quake, Tsunami Hazards Lurk Offshore of Southern California − 11 hours ago
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Pangolin Trade Study Highlights the Need for Urgent Reforms to CITES
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Aftershock Assessment
Earthquakes kill, but their aftershocks can cause the rapid collapse of buildings left standing in the aftermath of the initial quake. Research published in the International Journal of Reliability…
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Severe Flooding Hits Central Texas, Oklahoma

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Walnut Twig Beetle's Origin And Spread Revealed in Genetic Studies

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Two NASA Satellites See Tropical Storm Andres Intensify

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New Study Shows Influence on Climate of Fresh Water During Last Ice Age

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EARTH: Rock Stars - Geologists on the Silver Screen
Alexandria, VA - As this summer's blockbuster movie season gets underway, EARTH Magazine asks an important question: In movies, "are geologists portrayed as heroes or villains?" The topic of…
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Modeling Storm Surge to Better Protect Texas
The recent floods in Texas have caused some of the worst flooding since Hurricane Ike in 2008, causing the rainiest month in the state's history. What lessons have…
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Godwits Are Flexible...when They Get the Chance

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Little-known Quake, Tsunami Hazards Lurk Offshore of Southern California

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First Eastern Pacific Tropical Depression Runs Ahead of Dawn

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Human Caused Fires Burn in Northwest Territories in Canada
As the weather starts to heat up so do the incidents of wildfires. This Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Aqua satellite detected about a dozen fires burning…
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Food Or Fuel? How About Both?
May 29, 2015 - In the United States, federal mandates to produce more renewable fuels, especially biofuels, have led to a growing debate: Should fuel or food grow on…
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Climate Change

Godwits Are Flexible...when They Get the Chance


11 hours ago − University of Groningen
• The Arctic: Interglacial Period with a Break − Yesterday
• Northern Ice Caused Southern Rain During Last Ice Age − Yesterday
• Reading the Earth's LIPS − Yesterday
• The Albian Gap, Salt Rock, And a Heated Debate − 2 days ago
• This Week from AGU: NASA Earth Science, Climate Change Music, Tibetan Plateau Evolution − 2 days ago
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Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

NASA Tracks Typhoon Dolphin on Approach to Iwo To


11 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA Sees Extra-Tropical Storm Dolphin Moving Toward Sea of Okhotsk − 9 days ago
• CloudSat Analyzed the Eye of Typhoon Dolphin − 8 days ago
• Typhoon Dolphin Looms over Guam − 13 days ago
• All NASA Eyes on Tropical Storm Dolphin − 17 days ago
• Ana Becomes First 2015 Atlantic Tropical Storm And Weakens Ashore − 17 days ago
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El Niño, La Niña

Extending Climate Predictability Beyond El Niño


1 months ago − University of Hawaii - SOEST
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Earthquake

Study Proposes Common Mechanism for Shallow And Deep Earthquakes (w/Video)


11 days ago − University of California - Riverside
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Volcano

Study Attributes Varying Explosivity to Gaseous State Within Volcanic Conduits


16 days ago − University of Plymouth
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Tsunami

Little-known Quake, Tsunami Hazards Lurk Offshore of Southern California


11 hours ago − American Geophysical Union
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Ecology

Forecasting Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks


10 days ago − Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
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Geology, Earth Science

Ancient Connection Between the Americas Enhanced Extreme Biodiversity


9 days ago − University of Gothenburg
• The Arctic: Interglacial Period with a Break − Yesterday
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Meteorology

NASA Sees Tropical Cyclone Quang Develop an Eye


29 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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