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Research into Critical National Issues at Forefront of NSF's FY2017 Budget Request

20 hours ago − National Science Foundation
National Science Foundation (NSF) Director France A. Córdova today outlined how President Obama's fiscal year (FY) 2017 request for NSF supports research into critical national issues, including clean energy technologies, food sustainability, disaster response and education. The FY2017 budget requests $8 billion, an increase of about 6.7 percent, or about $500 million, over the enacted FY2016 budget. …
• Study Challenges Widely Accepted Theory of Yellowstone Formation − 20 hours ago
• Radical CO2 Removal Projects Could Be a Risky Business − 20 hours ago
• Why Not Recycled Concrete? − 20 hours ago
• NASA Sees Tropical Storm 10S Form − 20 hours ago
• NASA Sees Development of Tropical Storm 11P in Southwestern Pacific − 20 hours ago
• Southwest Sliding into a Drier Climate − 20 hours ago
• Healing the Soil − 20 hours ago
• Benefits of Re-growing Secondary Forests Explored Through International Collaboration − Yesterday
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Radical CO2 Removal Projects Could Be a Risky Business
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Study Challenges Widely Accepted Theory of Yellowstone Formation

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Why Not Recycled Concrete?
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Research into Critical National Issues at Forefront of NSF's FY2017 Budget Request

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Study Accurately Dates Coral Loss at Great Barrier Reef

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Climate Change

Inland Fisheries Determined to Surface as Food Powerhouse


2 days ago − Michigan State University
• Benefits of Re-growing Secondary Forests Explored Through International Collaboration − Yesterday
• Future of Science in National Parks Highlighted at AAAS 2016 Annual Meeting − Yesterday
• The Shield Is Crumbling − 2 days ago
• Southwest Sliding into a Drier Climate − 20 hours ago
• How Stable Is the West Antarctic Ice Sheet? − 2 days ago
• Long-term Picture Offers Little Solace on Climate Change − 3 days ago
 
Hurricane, Toropical Cyclone

NASA Sees Tropical Cyclone Stan Threaten Australia's Pilbara Coast


12 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA Sees the End of Tropical Cyclone Stan over Western Australia − 10 days ago
• NASA Sees Developing Depression Threatening Northwestern Australia − 13 days ago
• GPM Flies over Dissipating Tropical Cyclone Corentin − 15 days ago
• NASA Sees Tropical Cyclone Victor Weakening Under Wind Shear − 19 days ago
• NASA Sees Corentin Reach Hurricane Strength − 19 days ago
• NASA Sees Cloud Top Temperatures Warming in Cyclone Victor − 20 days ago
 
El Niño, La Niña

Record Missouri Flooding Was Manmade Calamity, Scientist Says


3 days ago − Washington University in St. Louis
• Model Explains Huge Recurring Rainstorms in Tropical Indian And Pacific Oceans − 15 days ago
• NASA Analyzes Paraguay's Heavy Rainfall − 1 months ago
• This Week from AGU: Data Science, Blogs from the Fall Meeting, & 3 New Papers − 1 months ago
• Spread of Algal Toxin Through Marine Food Web Broke Records in 2015 − 1 months ago
• Reading the Smoke Signals − 1 months ago
• Study: Current Climate Models Misrepresent El Niño − 1 months ago
 
Earthquake

Research May Explain Mysterious Deep Earthquakes in Subduction Zones


7 days ago − Brown University
• Researchers Find New Cause of Strong Earthquakes − 3 days ago
• Double Dose of Bad Earthquake News − 3 days ago
• Wildlife Win When Cash Takes Edge Off 'Park Vs. People' Conservation Conflict − 13 days ago
• Scientists Detect Deep Carbon Emissions Associated with Continental Rifting − 23 days ago
• New Geological Evidence Aids Tsunami Hazard Assessments from Alaska to Hawaii − 29 days ago
• Scientists Pinpoint Unbroken Section of Nepal Fault Line And Show Why Himalayas Grow − 1 months ago
 
Volcano

Researchers Find New Cause of Strong Earthquakes


3 days ago − Penn State
• Study Challenges Widely Accepted Theory of Yellowstone Formation − 20 hours ago
• Lava Flow Crisis Averted (for Now) − 9 days ago
• Increase in Volcanic Eruptions at the End of the Ice Age Caused by Melting Ice Caps And Erosion − 10 days ago
• Rapid Formation of Bubbles in Magma May Trigger Sudden Volcanic Eruptions − 10 days ago
• Scientists Detect Deep Carbon Emissions Associated with Continental Rifting − 23 days ago
 
Tsunami

Laser Scanning Shows Rates, Patterns of Surface Deformation from the South Napa Earthquake And Other Recently Released Geosphere Articles


2 months ago − Geological Society of America
• New Geological Evidence Aids Tsunami Hazard Assessments from Alaska to Hawaii − 29 days ago
• Great Barrier Reef Protecting Against Landslides, Tsunamis − 2 months ago
• Discovery of Hidden Earthquake Presents Challenge to Earthquake Early-warning Systems − 2 months ago
• Climate Change Is Moving Mountains, Research Says − 3 months ago
• Earthquakes Recorded Through Fossils − 3 months ago
 
Ecology
Why Not Recycled Concrete?

20 hours ago − University of Notre Dame
From paper towels to cups to plastic bottles, products made from recycled materials permeate our lives. One notable exception is building materials. Why can't we recycle concrete from our deteriorating infrastructure for use as material in new buildings and bridges? It's a question that a team of researchers at the University of Notre Dame is examining. …
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• Central Appalachia Flatter Due to Mountaintop Mining − 6 days ago
• U-Idaho Researchers: The US Must Address the 'Wicked Problem' of Wildfire − 8 days ago
• Study Documents Drought's Impact on Redwood Forest Ferns − 10 days ago
• Small Ponds Produce an Outsized Share of Greenhouse Gases − 10 days ago
 
Geology, Earth Science

Study Challenges Widely Accepted Theory of Yellowstone Formation


20 hours ago − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• Terrestrial Laser Scanning in California − 2 days ago
• Scientists Say Window to Reduce Carbon Emissions Is Small − 3 days ago
• Ancient Rocks of Tetons Formed by Continental Collisions − 12 days ago
• Syracuse Geophysicist Questions Stability of Antarctic Ice Sheet − 12 days ago
• Human Impact Has Created a 'Plastic Planet,' Research Shows − 14 days ago
 
Meteorology

NASA Sees Tropical Cyclone Stan Threaten Australia's Pilbara Coast


12 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA Sees the End of Tropical Cyclone Stan over Western Australia − 10 days ago
• Man-made Climate Change Helped Cause South of England Floods, Say Scientists − 10 days ago
• NASA Sees Developing Depression Threatening Northwestern Australia − 13 days ago
• New Report Finds Near-term Update to Social Cost of Carbon Unwarranted − 15 days ago
• Record Warm Years Almost Certainly Due to Human-made Climate Change − 17 days ago
 
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