02-24-2024
Climate change takes a major toll on children's health
The air we breathe, the weather we play in, the world we know – it's all changing fast. Unfortunately, kids are the first to feel it. Climate change is the culprit behind this rapid shift in the wellbeing of children. To understand how it impacts children's health, researchers at the University of Western Australia embarked on an innovative study. The team took a massive data dive, scouring scientific databases for connections between any type of climate change and any kind of health concern in children under 18....
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08-31-2016
Ocean circulation may cause abrupt climate changes
Ocean circulation slowed with every cooling during last ice age...
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08-31-2016
Bacteria can cause bleaching disease in seaweeds
A variety of normally harmless bacteria can cause bleaching disease...
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08-31-2016
Toxic algae bloom invades Florida beaches
Toxic algae bloom invades Florida beaches. As a noxious algae...
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08-31-2016
Scientists: Environmental toxins hurt brain development
Scientists: Environmental toxins hurt brain development. An unprecedented alliance of...
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08-31-2016
NASA scans powerful Typhoon Nepartak
NASA scans powerful Typhoon Nepartak. NASA's Aqua satellite passed over...
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08-31-2016
First 6 months of 2016 were hottest ever in New Zealand
First 6 months of 2016 were hottest ever in New...
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08-31-2016
EOMAP: Developing new methods to detect coral bleaching events
EOMAP: Developing new methods to detect coral bleaching events. The...
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08-31-2016
Hurricane Blas: NASA analyzes first hurricane of the Eastern
Hurricane Blas: NASA analyzes first hurricane of the Eastern Pacific...
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08-31-2016
Tropical Storm Agatha fizzles out
The first named tropical storm of the Eastern Pacific Hurricane...
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08-31-2016
Understanding forest fire history can help keep forests healthy
Understanding forest fire history can help keep forests healthy. For...
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08-31-2016
Study: Starbons absorb 65 percent more carbon than other methods
Study: Starbons absorb 65 percent more carbon than other methods....
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08-31-2016
Scientists: California droughts are mainly controlled by wind
Scientists: California droughts are mainly controlled by wind. California droughts...
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