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04-20-2024
Ice age data analysis offers good news for Earth’s current climate woes
A team of brilliant climate scientists has taken a deep dive into Earth's Last Ice Age to unravel the complex relationship between climate change, carbon dioxide (CO2), future global temperatures. By focusing on the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), a period 21,000 years ago when much of North America was covered in ice, the study aims to improve our understanding of climate sensitivity and the potential warming we face in the years and decades ahead. Analyzing the last ice age for future climate clues As carbon dioxide (CO2)...
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05-21-2019
Spending more time in nature as a kid can lead to better mental health
Spending more time in nature as a kid can lead...
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05-21-2019
EPA may alter the way it measures to limit reported pollution deaths
Thousands of deaths attributable to air pollution may fall under...
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05-21-2019
Air quality improvements in Los Angeles have reduced new asthma cases
Experts at the University of Southern California (USC) have found...
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05-21-2019
How resilient are Yellowstone forests after a major fire?
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have assessed the landscape...
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05-21-2019
Penguin foraging behavior and body condition offer clues to habitat health
Researchers from the British Ecological Society studied an endangered African...
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05-21-2019
Plans to cut parts of the largest US national forest met with opposition
The Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska is the largest...
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05-20-2019
People recycle more when they know what the material will become
People recycle more when they know what the material will...
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05-20-2019
The progress of air pollution mitigation efforts can be difficult to measure
Around the world, experts are working to improve public health...
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05-20-2019
Research shows that Earth’s mantle looks ‘like a Jackson Pollock painting’
New research led by Sarah Lambart, assistant professor of geology...
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05-19-2019
Environmental pollutants affect sexual development for generations
Environmental pollutants don’t just affect living people who encounter them....
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05-19-2019
Unfrozen ground: Earth's permafrost is thawing
It may not be as dramatic as cracking, melting glaciers,...
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05-18-2019
Satellite data can help monitor shifting and sinking grounds
Land subsidence is the shifting and sinking of the ground,...
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