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Reef Castaways: Can Coral Make It Across Darwin's 'Impassable' Barrier?

21 hours ago − University of Bristol
An international team of researchers have shown that vulnerable coral populations in the eastern tropical Pacific have been completely isolated from the rest of the Pacific Ocean for at least the past two decades. Ocean currents can change speed and even direction depending on the season or climatic events like El Nino. …
• Biological Invasions Threaten Developing Countries − 21 hours ago
• New Gas Extraction Methods Increase Price Responsiveness − 21 hours ago
• Global Forecast Assesses Countries' Invasive Species Risk, Response Capacity − 21 hours ago
• Coral Conservation Efforts Aided by Computer Simulations − 21 hours ago
• NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP Satellite Sees Two Tropical Cyclones Near Japan − 21 hours ago
• Better Understanding Seismic Hazards − 21 hours ago
• Pro-nuclear Countries Making Slower Progress on Climate Targets − Yesterday
• New Global Migration Mapping to Help Fight Against Infectious Diseases − Yesterday
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08-22-16

Pro-nuclear Countries Making Slower Progress on Climate Targets

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Coral Conservation Efforts Aided by Computer Simulations

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08-22-16

New Study Challenges Assumption of Asbestos' Ability to Move in Soil

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08-23-16

Global Forecast Assesses Countries' Invasive Species Risk, Response Capacity

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08-22-16

New Global Migration Mapping to Help Fight Against Infectious Diseases

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08-23-16

NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP Satellite Sees Two Tropical Cyclones Near Japan

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08-22-16

Antarctica's Past Shows Region's Vulnerability to Climate Change
Fresh understanding of West Antarctica has revealed how the region's ice sheet could become unstable in a warming world. Scientists studying the region's landscape have determined how it…
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08-23-16

Biological Invasions Threaten Developing Countries
Invasions from alien species such as Japanese Knotweed and grey squirrels threaten the economies and livelihoods of residents of some of the world's poorest nations, new University of Exeter…
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08-23-16

Reef Castaways: Can Coral Make It Across Darwin's 'Impassable' Barrier?

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08-23-16

Better Understanding Seismic Hazards

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08-23-16

New Gas Extraction Methods Increase Price Responsiveness
WASHINGTON--Over the past decade, the shale revolution, driven by unconventional methods such as hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling techniques, has fundamentally changed how natural gas is produced in the…
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08-22-16

Researchers Investigate Environmental Movements And Neoliberalism
SEATTLE -- The dynamics of global environmentalism, ranging from indigenous people's rights to the reliance on non-governmental organizations, have been marked by a resurgence in environmental movements that more…
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08-22-16

NASA's Terra Satellite Sees Tropical Storm Dianmu over Vietnam

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08-22-16

Study Measures Methane Release from Arctic Permafrost
A University of Alaska Fairbanks-led research project has provided the first modern evidence of a landscape-level permafrost carbon feedback, in which thawing permafrost releases ancient carbon as climate-warming greenhouse…
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Climate Change

Global Forecast Assesses Countries' Invasive Species Risk, Response Capacity


21 hours ago − Purdue University
• Reef Castaways: Can Coral Make It Across Darwin's 'Impassable' Barrier? − 21 hours ago
• Biological Invasions Threaten Developing Countries − 21 hours ago
• Pro-nuclear Countries Making Slower Progress on Climate Targets − Yesterday
• Researchers Investigate Environmental Movements And Neoliberalism − Yesterday
• Antarctica's Past Shows Region's Vulnerability to Climate Change − Yesterday
• Study Measures Methane Release from Arctic Permafrost − Yesterday
 
Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

NASA's Spots Extra-tropical Cyclone Conson in Sea of Okhotsk


8 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA Sees Sixth Tropical Cyclone Form in Atlantic − 6 days ago
• NASA Monitors the 'New Normal' of Sea Ice − 4 days ago
• NASA Measures Winds of Tropical Storm Conson − 11 days ago
• NASA Measures Winds of Tropical Storm Omais − 14 days ago
• NASA's Terra Satellite Sees Tropical Storm Ivette Holding Steady − 15 days ago
• NASA Sees Tropical Storm Omais Form in Northwestern Pacific − 18 days ago
 
El Niño, La Niña

2016 Climate Trends Continue to Break Records


1 months ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• Pacific Sea Level Predicts Global Temperature Changes − 5 days ago
• Cod And Climate − 26 days ago
• Coral Conservation Efforts Aided by Computer Simulations − 21 hours ago
• Climate Experts Help Communities Cope with Impact of the Indian Monsoon − 1 months ago
• El Niño Played a Key Role in Pacific Marine Heatwave, as Did Potentially Climate Change − 1 months ago
• El Nino Patterns Contributed to Long-lived Marine Heatwave in North Pacific − 1 months ago
 
Earthquake

Better Understanding Seismic Hazards


21 hours ago − Arizona State University
• Subduction Zone Earthquakes Off Oregon, Washington More Frequent Than Previous Estimates − 15 days ago
• Examining Embryo-like Fossils from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation, South China − 22 days ago
• The Search for the Earthquake Nucleus − 22 days ago
• Transformations to Granular Zircon Revealed: Meteor Crater, Arizona − 27 days ago
• Tide-triggered Tremors Give Clues for Earthquake Prediction − 1 months ago
• Better Understanding Post-earthquake Fault Movement − 1 months ago
 
Volcano

Distant Volcanic Eruptions Foster Saguaro Cacti Baby Booms


28 days ago − Ecological Society of America
• The Tortoise And the Hare And Deep Geologic Time − 1 months ago
• This Week from AGU: Dormant Volcanoes, Climate Tipping Points, And 3 Research Spotlights − 1 months ago
• Gas Causing Ground to Rise Near Bay of Naples Volcano − 1 months ago
• Penguin Colonies at Risk from Erupting Volcano − 1 months ago
• Plate Tectonics Without Jerking − 1 months ago
 
Tsunami

Examining Embryo-like Fossils from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation, South China


22 days ago − Geological Society of America
• Subduction Zone Earthquakes Off Oregon, Washington More Frequent Than Previous Estimates − 15 days ago
• Study: Seawalls, Coastal Forests in Japan Help Reduce Tsunami Damage − 12 days ago
• A Giant Quake May Lurk Under Bangladesh And Beyond − 1 months ago
• Understanding Tsunamis with EM Fields − 1 months ago
• EARTH: Double Trouble − 2 months ago
 
Ecology

Flowering Meadows Benefit Humankind


6 days ago − Technical University of Munich (TUM)
• 'Ecosystem Canaries' Provide Early Warning Signs of Catastrophic Changes to Ecosystems − 5 days ago
• Urban Pumping Raises Arsenic Risk in Southeast Asia − Yesterday
• New Study: Neonicotinoid Insecticides Linked to Wild Bee Decline Across England − 7 days ago
• Tropical Sea Urchins Caught Between a Rock And a Hot Place − 8 days ago
• Wildlife-friendly Farming Shown to Benefit UK Moths − 12 days ago
 
Geology, Earth Science

Keep a Lid on It: Utah State University Geologists Probe Geological Carbon Storage


26 days ago − Utah State University
• Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Researcher Uncovers 340 Million Year-old Oceanic Crust in the Mediterranean Sea Using Magnetic Data − 8 days ago
• EARTH: Sand Shouldn't Stand in for Volcanic Ash in Jet Engine Tests − 11 days ago
• Subduction Zone Earthquakes Off Oregon, Washington More Frequent Than Previous Estimates − 15 days ago
• Examining Embryo-like Fossils from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation, South China − 22 days ago
• Virtual Rocks: A New Spin on Virtual Geology − 25 days ago
 
Meteorology

Wildfires: More People, Less Fires


3 months ago − Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
• Early Use of 'Hurricane Hunter' Data Improves Hurricane Intensity Predictions − 2 months ago
• The Shape of Cities Shapes the Weather − 3 months ago
• Thin Tropical Clouds Cool the Climate − 6 days ago
• GOES-R Satellite Could Provide Better Data for Hurricane Prediction − 5 months ago
• Plants Boost Extreme Temperatures by 5°C − 5 months ago
 
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