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    occur when groundwater saltwater meet in coastal aquifers If you ve ever floated through a cold patch of water while swimming in the ocean you ve experienced a phenomenon called submarine groundwater discharge SGD 15 hours ago in Environment 12 0 Frightening findings foretell ills for ecosystems When it comes to determining the causes negatively affecting the biodiversity of our ecosystems a new interdisciplinary study at Western is putting numbers behind the devastation And it s not good 16 hours ago in Environment 22 3 Massive gas leak near Los Angeles plugged after 16 weeks A blowout at a natural gas well that leaked uncontrollably for 16 weeks and drove thousands of residents from their Los Angeles homes was plugged Thursday a utility said 20 hours ago in Environment 12 0 Obama calls Supreme Court emissions ruling unusual US President Barack Obama said Thursday that the Supreme Court did something unusual in freezing a plan to tackle carbon emissions as he insisted his administration was on firm legal ground Feb 11 2016 in Environment 10 0 Carbon dioxide stored underground can find multiple ways to escape When carbon dioxide is stored underground in a process known as geological sequestration it can find multiple escape pathways due to chemical reactions between carbon dioxide water rocks and cement from abandoned wells Feb 11 2016 in Environment 25 0 Herpes outbreak other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching event A study at Oregon State University has concluded that significant outbreaks of viruses may be associated with coral bleaching events especially as a result of multiple environmental stresses Feb 11 2016 in Environment 15 0 Testing detects algal toxins in Alaska marine mammals Toxins from harmful algae are present in Alaskan marine food webs in high enough concentrations to be detected in marine mammals

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    Nino weather phenomenon one of the worst in 50 years has caused intense drought in southern Africa that will have a devastating impact on the region s food security the UN food agency warned on Friday 13 hours ago in Environment 30 2 Science predicts more frequent extreme events will shock the global food system A panel of British and American researchers speaking at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS in Washington DC will present updated research revealing how extreme events which 14 hours ago in Environment 22 1 Researchers study reactions that occur when groundwater saltwater meet in coastal aquifers If you ve ever floated through a cold patch of water while swimming in the ocean you ve experienced a phenomenon called submarine groundwater discharge SGD 15 hours ago in Environment 12 0 Frightening findings foretell ills for ecosystems When it comes to determining the causes negatively affecting the biodiversity of our ecosystems a new interdisciplinary study at Western is putting numbers behind the devastation And it s not good 16 hours ago in Environment 22 3 Massive gas leak near Los Angeles plugged after 16 weeks A blowout at a natural gas well that leaked uncontrollably for 16 weeks and drove thousands of residents from their Los Angeles homes was plugged Thursday a utility said 20 hours ago in Environment 12 0 phys org Nanotechnology All Nanotechnology Bio Medicine Nanomaterials Nanophysics Physics All Physics Condensed Matter General Physics Optics Photonics Plasma Physics Quantum Physics Soft Matter Superconductivity Earth All Earth Earth Sciences Environment Astronomy Space All Astronomy Space Astronomy Space Exploration Technology All Technology Business Computer Sciences Consumer Gadgets Energy Green Tech Engineering Hardware Hi Tech Innovation Internet Other Robotics Security Semiconductors Software Telecom Chemistry All Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Biochemistry Materials

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  • Environmental News - Environment News, Space News, Earth Science News, Earth Sciences
    study reactions that occur when groundwater saltwater meet in coastal aquifers If you ve ever floated through a cold patch of water while swimming in the ocean you ve experienced a phenomenon called submarine groundwater discharge SGD 15 hours ago in Environment 12 0 Frightening findings foretell ills for ecosystems When it comes to determining the causes negatively affecting the biodiversity of our ecosystems a new interdisciplinary study at Western is putting numbers behind the devastation And it s not good 16 hours ago in Environment 22 3 Massive gas leak near Los Angeles plugged after 16 weeks A blowout at a natural gas well that leaked uncontrollably for 16 weeks and drove thousands of residents from their Los Angeles homes was plugged Thursday a utility said 20 hours ago in Environment 12 0 Obama calls Supreme Court emissions ruling unusual US President Barack Obama said Thursday that the Supreme Court did something unusual in freezing a plan to tackle carbon emissions as he insisted his administration was on firm legal ground Feb 11 2016 in Environment 10 0 Carbon dioxide stored underground can find multiple ways to escape When carbon dioxide is stored underground in a process known as geological sequestration it can find multiple escape pathways due to chemical reactions between carbon dioxide water rocks and cement from abandoned wells Feb 11 2016 in Environment 25 0 Herpes outbreak other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching event A study at Oregon State University has concluded that significant outbreaks of viruses may be associated with coral bleaching events especially as a result of multiple environmental stresses Feb 11 2016 in Environment 15 0 Testing detects algal toxins in Alaska marine mammals Toxins from harmful algae are present in Alaskan marine food webs in high enough concentrations to be detected

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    a new study has shown Feb 09 2016 in Environment 1213 8 Study suggests China s new policies will lower CO2 emissions faster without preventing economic growth A new study co authored by an MIT professor shows that China s new efforts to price carbon could lower the country s carbon dioxide emissions significantly without impeding economic development over the next three decades Feb 09 2016 in Environment 85 0 Antarctic ice safety band at risk Antarctica is surrounded by huge ice shelves New research using ice velocity data from satellites such as ESA s heritage Envisat has revealed that there is a critical point where these shelves act as a safety band holding Feb 09 2016 in Environment 21 0 What s nature worth Study helps put a price on groundwater and other natural capital Most people understand that investing in the future is important and that goes for conserving nature and natural resources too But in the case of investing in such natural assets as groundwater forests and fish populations Feb 08 2016 in Environment 42 4 Ocean acidification makes coralline algae less robust Ocean acidification the ongoing decrease in the pH of the Earth s oceans caused by the uptake of CO2 from the atmosphere is affecting the formation of the skeleton of coralline algae which play an important part in marine Feb 08 2016 in Environment 69 0 Record Missouri flooding was manmade calamity scientist says At the end of December 2015 a huge storm named Goliath dumped 9 10 inches of rain in a belt across the central United States centered just southwest of St Louis most of it in a three day downpour Feb 05 2016 in Environment 1691 6 Online shopping might not be as green as we thought Logic suggests that online

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  • Environmental News - Environment News, Space News, Earth Science News, Earth Sciences
    to the effects of climate change a new study has shown Feb 09 2016 in Environment 1213 8 Study suggests China s new policies will lower CO2 emissions faster without preventing economic growth A new study co authored by an MIT professor shows that China s new efforts to price carbon could lower the country s carbon dioxide emissions significantly without impeding economic development over the next three decades Feb 09 2016 in Environment 85 0 Antarctic ice safety band at risk Antarctica is surrounded by huge ice shelves New research using ice velocity data from satellites such as ESA s heritage Envisat has revealed that there is a critical point where these shelves act as a safety band holding Feb 09 2016 in Environment 21 0 What s nature worth Study helps put a price on groundwater and other natural capital Most people understand that investing in the future is important and that goes for conserving nature and natural resources too But in the case of investing in such natural assets as groundwater forests and fish populations Feb 08 2016 in Environment 42 4 Ocean acidification makes coralline algae less robust Ocean acidification the ongoing decrease in the pH of the Earth s oceans caused by the uptake of CO2 from the atmosphere is affecting the formation of the skeleton of coralline algae which play an important part in marine Feb 08 2016 in Environment 69 0 Drought caused by El Nino threatening southern Africa UN The El Nino weather phenomenon one of the worst in 50 years has caused intense drought in southern Africa that will have a devastating impact on the region s food security the UN food agency warned on Friday 13 hours ago in Environment 30 2 Researchers study reactions that occur when groundwater saltwater

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    from University College London the University of California and MIT is suggesting that U S airlines could cut their emissions in half over the next thirty five years by making Nov 24 2015 in Environment report 423 9 Sociologist suggests corporate disinformation at root of climate change polarization Phys org Justin Farrell a sociologist with the School of Forestry Environmental Studies at Yale University has conducted a study looking into the question of why there is so much polarity regarding the opinions of Nov 24 2015 in Environment report 2613 266 Study Dispersants did not help oil degrade in BP spill The chemical sprayed on the 2010 BP oil spill may not have helped crucial petroleum munching microbes get rid of the slick a new study suggests Nov 09 2015 in Environment 984 30 Study US puts twice as much trash in landfills than thought Americans are sending more than twice as much trash to landfills as the federal government has estimated according to a new study Sep 21 2015 in Environment 762 7 Study shows increase in concurrent droughts and heat waves in US Phys org A pair of researchers with the University of California has found that heat waves and droughts overlapping occurred more frequently during a twenty year span between 1990 and 2010 than occurred during the twenty Sep 01 2015 in Environment report 608 163 Researchers investigate increased ocean acidification The primary cause of global ocean acidification is the oceanic absorption of CO2 from the atmosphere Although this absorption helps to mitigate some of the effects of anthropogenic climate change it has resulted in a reduction Aug 03 2015 in Environment report 1117 21 Researchers find it is possible to use cyanate as an energy source for nitrifiers An international team of researches has found an

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