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An Uphill Climb for Mountain Species?

3 hours ago − Wildlife Conservation Society
A recently published paper provides a history of scientific research on mountain ecosystems, looks at the issues threatening wildlife in these systems, and sets an agenda for biodiversity conservation throughout the world's mountain regions. …
• NASA Satellites Calling Here You Come Again, Tropical Storm Dolly − 3 hours ago
• Underwater Grass Comeback Bodes Well for Chesapeake Bay − 10 hours ago
• Scientists Obtain New Data on the Weather 10,000 Years Ago from Sediments of a Lake in Sierra Nevada − 10 hours ago
• Modern Population Boom Traced to Pre-industrial Roots − 10 hours ago
• Giant Garbage Patches Help Redefine Ocean Boundaries − 10 hours ago
• Sierra Nevada Freshwater Runoff Could Drop 26% by 2100, UC Study Finds − Yesterday
• Likely Near-simultaneous Earthquakes Complicate Seismic Hazard Planning for Italy − Yesterday
• Experts Defend Operational Earthquake Forecasting, Counter Critiques − Yesterday
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Ocean
09-02-14

Giant Garbage Patches Help Redefine Ocean Boundaries

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Water
09-01-14
Sierra Nevada Freshwater Runoff Could Drop 26% by 2100, UC Study Finds
Irvine, Calif. — Freshwater runoff from the Sierra Nevada may decrease by as much as one-quarter by 2100 due to climate warming on the high slopes, according to scientists…
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Dust
09-02-14

Scientists Obtain New Data on the Weather 10,000 Years Ago from Sediments of a Lake in Sierra Nevada

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Stutz
09-02-14
Modern Population Boom Traced to Pre-industrial Roots
The foundation of the human population explosion, commonly attributed to a sudden surge in industrialization and public health during the 18th and 19th centuries, was actually laid as far…
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Water
09-02-14

Underwater Grass Comeback Bodes Well for Chesapeake Bay

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Food
09-01-14
Changing Global Diets Is Vital to Reducing Climate Change
A new study, published today in Nature Climate Change, suggests that – if current trends continue – food production alone will reach, if not exceed, the global targets for…
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Magnitude
09-01-14
Likely Near-simultaneous Earthquakes Complicate Seismic Hazard Planning for Italy
SAN FRANCISCO -- Before the shaking from one earthquake ends, shaking from another might begin, amplifying the effect of ground motion. Such sequences of closely timed, nearly overlapping, consecutive…
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Report
09-01-14

Week-long Meeting on Naming Algae, Fungi, And Plants Recorded for Posterity

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Ice
09-01-14

Antarctic Sea-level Rising Faster Than Global Rate

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Time
09-01-14
Experts Defend Operational Earthquake Forecasting, Counter Critiques
SAN FRANCISCO -- Experts defend operational earthquake forecasting (OEF) in an editorial published in the Seismological Research Letters (SRL), arguing the importance of public communication as part of a…
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Test
09-01-14
Scientists Get Set for Simulated Nuclear Inspection
Some 40 scientists and technicians from around the world will descend on Jordan in November to take part in a simulated on-site inspection of a suspected nuclear test site…
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Change
09-02-14

An Uphill Climb for Mountain Species?

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Nasa
09-02-14

NASA Satellites Calling Here You Come Again, Tropical Storm Dolly

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Trmm
08-29-14

NASA Sees Hurricane Cristobal Racing Through North Atlantic

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Climate Change

Climate Change Puts Endangered Devils Hole Pupfish at Risk of Extinction


5 days ago − University of Nevada, Reno
• Scientists Obtain New Data on the Weather 10,000 Years Ago from Sediments of a Lake in Sierra Nevada − 10 hours ago
• Sierra Nevada Freshwater Runoff Could Drop 26% by 2100, UC Study Finds − Yesterday
• Changing Global Diets Is Vital to Reducing Climate Change − Yesterday
• Reducing Water Scarcity Possible by 2050 − 4 days ago
• Managing Coasts Under Threat from Climate Change And Sea-level Rise − 4 days ago
• An Uphill Climb for Mountain Species? − 3 hours ago
 
Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

NASA Animation Shows Hurricane Marie Winding Down


4 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA Sees Hurricane Cristobal Racing Through North Atlantic − 4 days ago
• NASA's TRMM Analyzes Hurricane Cristobal − 5 days ago
• NASA's TRMM Satellite Sees Powerful Towering Storms in Cristobal − 6 days ago
• NASA Sees Massive Marie Close Enough to Affect Southern California Coast − 6 days ago
• Satellites Capture the Birth And Movement of Tropical Storm Cristobal − 8 days ago
• Former Hurricane Lowell Finally Fades Away − 8 days ago
 
El Niño, La Niña

Ancient Shellfish Remains Rewrite 10,000-year History of El Nino Cycles


25 days ago − University of Washington
• Why Global Warming Is Taking a Break − 14 days ago
• This Week from AGU: Long-term Ecological Research, Predicting Cholera Outbreaks − 14 days ago
• NASA Sees Tropical Storm Julio as Part of a Heated Eastern Pacific − 28 days ago
• Atlantic Warming Turbocharges Pacific Trade Winds − 29 days ago
• Atlantic Origin of Recent Pacific Trade Wind, Sea Level And Temperature Trends − 29 days ago
• Blue Whales' Dangerous Feeding Grounds − 1 months ago
 
Earthquake

Study of Chilean Quake Shows Potential for Future Earthquake


19 days ago − Penn State
• Experts Defend Operational Earthquake Forecasting, Counter Critiques − Yesterday
• Gorges Are Eradicated by Downstream Sweep Erosion − 15 days ago
• Likely Near-simultaneous Earthquakes Complicate Seismic Hazard Planning for Italy − Yesterday
• EARTH Magazine: Are Slow-slip Earthquakes Under Tokyo Stressing Faults? − 19 days ago
• Foreshock Series Controls Earthquake Rupture − 20 days ago
• 2010 Chilean Earthquake Causes Icequakes in Antarctica − 22 days ago
 
Volcano

AGU: Yellowstone Supereruption Would Send Ash Across North America


6 days ago − American Geophysical Union
• Citizen Scientists Saving Lives Around Deadly 'Throat of Fire' Volcano − 11 days ago
• New Research Reveals Pele Is Powerful, Even in the Sky − 1 months ago
• Jeju Island Is a Live Volcano − 1 months ago
• Catastrophic Debris Avalanches - a Second Volcanic Hazard − 1 months ago
• New View of Rainier's Volcanic Plumbing − 1 months ago
 
Tsunami

Symbiotic Survival


1 months ago − Geological Society of America
• EARTH Magazine: Are Slow-slip Earthquakes Under Tokyo Stressing Faults? − 19 days ago
• Fukushima Accident Underscores Need for US to Seek Out New Information About Nuclear Plant Hazards − 1 months ago
• Extinct Undersea Volcanoes Squashed Under Earth's Crust Cause Tsunami Earthquakes, According to New Research − 2 months ago
• Australian Tsunami Database Reveals Threat to Continent − 4 months ago
• Great Earthquakes, Water Under Pressure, High Risk − 5 months ago
 
Ecology

Climate Change Puts Endangered Devils Hole Pupfish at Risk of Extinction


5 days ago − University of Nevada, Reno
• Giant Garbage Patches Help Redefine Ocean Boundaries − 10 hours ago
• An Uphill Climb for Mountain Species? − 3 hours ago
• New Study Charts the Global Invasion of Crop Pests − 5 days ago
• New Scientific Review Investigates Potential Influences on Recent UK Winter Floods − 6 days ago
• Sunlight Controls the Fate of Carbon Released from Thawing Arctic Permafrost − 12 days ago
 
Geology, Earth Science

Scientists Obtain New Data on the Weather 10,000 Years Ago from Sediments of a Lake in Sierra Nevada


10 hours ago − University of Granada
• Nanodiamonds Are Forever − 6 days ago
• Pacific Plate Shrinking as It Cools − 6 days ago
• EARTH Magazine: Changing the Landscape: Geoscientists Embrace 3-D Printing − 8 days ago
• New Discovery: Microbes Create Dripstones − 15 days ago
• Sun's Activity Influences Natural Climate Change − 15 days ago
 
Meteorology

Atlantic Origin of Recent Pacific Trade Wind, Sea Level And Temperature Trends


29 days ago − University of Hawaii - SOEST
• Human Contribution to Glacier Mass Loss on the Increase − 19 days ago
• Despite a Significant Reduction in Smog-producing Toxins, the Greater Toronto Area Still Violates Canada's Standards for Ozone Air Pollution − 12 days ago
• NRL Reveals New Meteorological Insight into Mid-level Clouds − 1 months ago
• Urban Heat - Not a Myth, And Worst Where It's Wet − 1 months ago
• High-speed Solar Winds Increase Lightning Strikes on Earth − 3 months ago
 
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