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Industrial Lead Pollution Beat Explorers to the South Pole by 22 Years And Persists Today

5 hours ago − Desert Research Institute
RENO – Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first man to reach the South Pole in December of 1911. More than 100 years later, an international team of scientists led by Joe McConnell of Nevada's Desert Research Institute (DRI) have proven that air pollution from industrial activities arrived long before. …
• Study: Climate Change And Air Pollution Will Combine to Curb Food Supplies − 5 hours ago
• Dinosaurs Fell Victim to Perfect Storm of Events, Study Shows − 5 hours ago
• First National Study Finds Trees Saving Lives, Reducing Respiratory Problems − 2 days ago
• Tropical Storm Genevieve Forms in Eastern Pacific − 2 days ago
• Smoke from Canadian Fires Hover over Great Lakes − 2 days ago
• Burn Scars in Eastern Russia − 2 days ago
• Climate Change Increases Risk of Crop Slowdown in Next 20 Years − 2 days ago
• Fire Ecology Manipulation by California Native Cultures − 2 days ago
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07-25-14

Burn Scars in Eastern Russia

Ozone
07-28-14
Study: Climate Change And Air Pollution Will Combine to Curb Food Supplies
Many studies have shown the potential for global climate change to cut food supplies. But these studies have, for the most part, ignored the interactions between increasing temperature and…
Lead
07-28-14

Industrial Lead Pollution Beat Explorers to the South Pole by 22 Years And Persists Today

Air
07-25-14
First National Study Finds Trees Saving Lives, Reducing Respiratory Problems
SYRACUSE, N.Y., July 25, 2014– In the first broad-scale estimate of air pollution removal by trees nationwide, U.S. Forest Service scientists and collaborators calculated that trees are saving more…
Low
07-25-14

Tropical Storm Genevieve Forms in Eastern Pacific

Lake
07-25-14
Fire Ecology Manipulation by California Native Cultures
Before the colonial era, 100,000s of people lived on the land now called California, and many of their cultures manipulated fire to control the availability of plants they used…
Museum
07-28-14
Dinosaurs Fell Victim to Perfect Storm of Events, Study Shows
Dinosaurs might have survived the asteroid strike that wiped them out if it had taken place slightly earlier or later in history, scientists say. A fresh study using…
July
07-25-14

Smoke from Canadian Fires Hover over Great Lakes

Climate
07-25-14

Climate Change Increases Risk of Crop Slowdown in Next 20 Years

Loss
07-24-14
Invertebrate Numbers Nearly Halve as Human Population Doubles
Invertebrate numbers have decreased by 45% on average over a 35 year period in which the human population doubled, reports a study on the impact of humans on declining…
Plant
02-10-12
Grass to Gas: UGA Researchers' Genome Map Speeds Biofuel Development
Researchers at the University of Georgia have taken a major step in the ongoing effort to find sources of cleaner, renewable energy by mapping the genomes of two originator…
Storm
07-25-14
NSU Researcher Part of Team Studying Ways to Better Predict Intensity of Hurricanes
FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – They are something we take very seriously in Florida – hurricanes. The names roll off the tongue like a list of villains – Andrew, Charlie,…
Saharan
07-24-14

New Research Suggests Saharan Dust Is Key to the Formation of Bahamas' Great Bank

Zones
07-23-14
Research Charts the Ecological Impact of Microbial Respiration in the Oxygen-starved Ocean
A sulfur-oxidizing bacterial group called SUP05 will play an increasingly important role in carbon and nutrient cycling in the world's oceans as oxygen minimum zones expand, according to research…
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Climate Change

Climate Change Increases Risk of Crop Slowdown in Next 20 Years


2 days ago − National Center for Atmospheric Research/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
• Study: Climate Change And Air Pollution Will Combine to Curb Food Supplies − 5 hours ago
• Stanford Study Shows How to Power California with Wind, Water And Sun − 3 days ago
• Synchronization of North Atlantic, North Pacific Preceded Abrupt Warming, End of Ice Age − 3 days ago
• Western Indian Ocean Communities Play Vital Role in Conservation − 4 days ago
• Urban Heat Boosts Some Pest Populations 200-fold, Killing Red Maples − 4 days ago
• Rising Temperatures Hinder Indian Wheat Production − 5 days ago
 
Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

NASA Provides Double Vision on Typhoon Matmo


5 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NSU Researcher Part of Team Studying Ways to Better Predict Intensity of Hurricanes − 3 days ago
• NASA Sees Powerful Thunderstorms in Tropical Storm Matmo − 9 days ago
• NASA Satellite Catches Birth of Tropical Storm Wali Near Hawaii − 10 days ago
• NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP Satellite Sees Power Within Newborn Tropical Depression 09W − 17 days ago
• Three NASA Satellites Dissect Powerful Typhoon Neoguri − 19 days ago
• NASA-JAXA's New Precipitation Satellite Sees First Atlantic Hurricane − 19 days ago
 
El Niño, La Niña

Fossils Prove Useful in Analyzing Million Year Old Cyclical Phenomena


2 months ago − University of Granada
• Examining the Causes of a Devastating Debris Flow − 7 days ago
• CU, Old Dominion Team Finds Sea Level Rise in Western Tropical Pacific Anthropogenic − 7 days ago
• Oil Palm Plantations Threaten Water Quality, Stanford Scientists Say − 27 days ago
• Blue Whales' Dangerous Feeding Grounds − 4 days ago
• Climate Change Brings Mostly Bad News for Ohio − 2 months ago
• Different Types of El Nino Have Different Effects on Global Temperature − 2 months ago
 
Earthquake

Estimating Earthquake Frequency And Patterns in the Puget Lowland


10 days ago − Geological Society of America
• New Oso Report, Rockfall in Yosemite, And Earthquake Models − 4 days ago
• Examining the Causes of a Devastating Debris Flow − 7 days ago
• Fukushima Accident Underscores Need for US to Seek Out New Information About Nuclear Plant Hazards − 4 days ago
• New View of Rainier's Volcanic Plumbing − 11 days ago
• Rainwater Discovered at New Depths − 12 days ago
• Scripps Scientists Discover Evidence of Super-fast Deep Earthquake − 17 days ago
 
Volcano

Australia Drying Caused by Greenhouse Gases


14 days ago − NOAA Headquarters
• Catastrophic Debris Avalanches - a Second Volcanic Hazard − 10 days ago
• New View of Rainier's Volcanic Plumbing − 11 days ago
• Jeju Island Is a Live Volcano − 6 days ago
• Record Levels of Solar Ultraviolet Measured in South America − 19 days ago
• Victoria's Volcano Count Rises − 1 months ago
 
Tsunami

What Has Happened to the Tsunami Debris from Japan?


5 months ago − University of Hawaii - SOEST
• Extinct Undersea Volcanoes Squashed Under Earth's Crust Cause Tsunami Earthquakes, According to New Research − 1 months ago
• Australian Tsunami Database Reveals Threat to Continent − 2 months ago
• Great Earthquakes, Water Under Pressure, High Risk − 4 months ago
• Shale Could Be Long-term Home for Problematic Nuclear Waste − 4 months ago
• Fukushima Accident Underscores Need for US to Seek Out New Information About Nuclear Plant Hazards − 4 days ago
 
Ecology

New Study Finds That Adélie Penguin Population Is on the Rise


18 days ago − University of Minnesota
• Stanford Study Shows How to Power California with Wind, Water And Sun − 3 days ago
• Research Charts the Ecological Impact of Microbial Respiration in the Oxygen-starved Ocean − 5 days ago
• Replacing Coal And Oil with Natural Gas Will Not Help Fight Global Warming − 6 days ago
• Size And Age of Plants Impact Their Productivity More Than Climate, Study Shows − 7 days ago
• Invasion of Yellow Crazy Ant in a Seychelles UNESCO Palm Forest: Threats And Solutions − 18 days ago
 
Geology, Earth Science

New Research Suggests Saharan Dust Is Key to the Formation of Bahamas' Great Bank


3 days ago − University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
• Synchronization of North Atlantic, North Pacific Preceded Abrupt Warming, End of Ice Age − 3 days ago
• Are Ants the Answer to Carbon Dioxide Sequestration? − 11 days ago
• AgriLife Research Study Identifies Contributing Factors to Groundwater Table Declines − 16 days ago
• Shark Teeth Analysis Provides Detailed New Look at Arctic Climate Change − 18 days ago
• New Study of Largely Unstudied Mesophotic Coral Reef Geology − 20 days ago
 
Meteorology

New Study Sheds Light on Global Warming Trends


2 months ago − Florida State University
• Urban Heat - Not a Myth, And Worst Where It's Wet − 18 days ago
• High-speed Solar Winds Increase Lightning Strikes on Earth − 2 months ago
• NRL Reveals New Meteorological Insight into Mid-level Clouds − 6 days ago
• Ozone Levels Drop 20% with Switch from Ethanol to Gasoline − 3 months ago
• NASA Sees Tropical Cyclone Ita over the Coral Sea − 3 months ago
 
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