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Clouds And Climate in the Pre-industrial Age

5 hours ago − Goethe University Frankfurt
Aerosol particles generated by human activity counteract the warming of the earth's atmosphere by greenhouse gases. However, this effect might be smaller than first thought, as many particles were already generated from tree emissions in pre-industrial times. This was the finding of a simulation carried out as part of the international CLOUD experiment, in which researchers from the Goethe University played a major role. The results are published in…
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Climate Change

Bee Populations Expanded During Global Warming After the Last Ice Age


5 hours ago − Pensoft Publishers
• USF Researchers Find Spatial Scale Changes Ecological Processes Driving Disease − 5 hours ago
• Deep, Old Water Explains Why Antarctic Ocean Hasn't Warmed − 5 hours ago
• Wind Turbines on Galapagos Replace Millions of Liters of Diesel Since 2007, Meet 30% of Energy Needs − Yesterday
• Underwater Grass Beds Have Ability to Protect And Maintain Their Own Health − 4 days ago
• Arctic Ocean Methane Does Not Reach the Atmosphere − 4 days ago
• Expert Urges Voluntary Family Planning to Mitigate Climate Change − 4 days ago
 
Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

NASA Looks at Winds in Developing Tropical Cyclone


3 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA's GPM Satellite Sees Potential Atlantic Tropical Cyclone − 4 days ago
• Tropical Cyclone 01B Named Roanu And Is Strengthening − 11 days ago
• Heavy Rainfall Precedes the Development of 01B in the N. Indian Ocean − 12 days ago
• Developing Tropical Storm Triggers Deadly Landslides in Sri Lanka − 12 days ago
• Hurricanes Key to Carbon Uptake by Forests − 29 days ago
• NASA Sees Wind Shear End Tropical Cyclone Amos − 1 months ago
 
El Niño, La Niña

Coral Bleaching 'Lifeboat' Could Be Just Beneath the Surface


7 days ago − University of Sydney
• Leftover Warm Water in Pacific Ocean Fueled Massive El Niño − 22 days ago
• Influence of Sea-ice Loss on Arctic Warming Is Shaped by Temperatures in the Pacific Ocean − 29 days ago
• Rare Ice Data Collected by Early 'Citizen Scientists' Confirms Warming − 1 months ago
• Swarming Red Crabs Documented on Video − 1 months ago
• New Database Gives Scientists Hope for Helping Coral Reefs − 1 months ago
• Galapagos Lakes Reveal Tropical Pacific Climate Since Biblical Times − 2 months ago
 
Earthquake

Microbes Make Tubular Microtunnels on Earth And Perhaps on Mars


28 days ago − Geological Society of America
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• UNC-Chapel Hill Scientists Find Likely Cause for Recent Southeast US Earthquakes − 27 days ago
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Volcano

Chemical Emitted by Trees Can Impact St. Louis' Ozone Levels


14 days ago − Washington University in St. Louis
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Tsunami

New Study Pinpoints Stress Factor of Mega-earthquake Off Japan


2 months ago − University of California - San Diego
• New Research Estimates Probability of Mega-earthquake in the Aleutians − 18 days ago
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Ecology

Abundance Inequality in Freshwater Communities Has an Ecological Origin


6 days ago − University of Texas at Arlington
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Geology, Earth Science

A History of Snowfall on Greenland, Hidden in Ancient Leaf Waxes


7 days ago − University at Buffalo
• EARTH: The Most Dangerous Fault in America − 7 days ago
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Meteorology

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2 months ago − University of New South Wales
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