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September 03, 2015
EARLY EARTH
Evidence of ancient life discovered in mantle rocks deep below the seafloor
Cape Cod MA (SPX) Sep 03, 2015
Ancient rocks harbored microbial life deep below the seafloor, reports a team of scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), Virginia Tech, and the University of Bremen. This new evidence was contained in drilled rock samples of Earth's mantle - thrust by tectonic forces to the seafloor during the Early Cretaceous period. The new study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The discovery confirms a long-standing hypothesis that interactions betwe ... read more
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WATER WORLD

Marine animal colony is a multi-jet swimming machine, scientists report
Marine animals that swim by jet propulsion, such as squid and jellyfish, are not uncommon. But it's rare to find a colony of animals that coordinates multiple jets for whole-group locomotion. ... more
WOOD PILE

Columbia engineers develop new approach to modeling Amazon seasonal cycles
With the rise of CO2 in Earth's atmosphere, understanding the climate of tropical forests--the Amazon in particular--has become a critical research area. A recent NASA study showed that these region ... more
TECTONICS

Volcanic eruptions: Properties of magma influence forecasts
Many volcanoes are located in densely settled areas. Every time one of these becomes active, large populations are put at risk. Hence, one of the primary goals of the current generation of volcanolo ... more
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WEATHER REPORT

How wind sculpted Earth's largest dust deposit
China's Loess Plateau was formed by wind alternately depositing dust or removing dust over the last 2.6 million years, according to a new report from University of Arizona geoscientists. The study i ... more


WATER WORLD

Understanding the deep sea is key to a sustainable blue economy
A multi-disciplinary group of European researchers spanning natural science, socio-economics and law have joined forces to assess the current landscape of deep-sea research and investment in Europe. ... more
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WATER WORLD

Climate change will irreversibly force key ocean bacteria into overdrive
Imagine being in a car with the gas pedal stuck to the floor, heading toward a cliff's edge. Metaphorically speaking, that's what climate change will do to the key group of ocean bacteria known as T ... more
EARTH OBSERVATION

First global antineutrino emission map highlights Earth's energy budget
The neutrino and its antimatter cousin, the antineutrino, are the tiniest subatomic particles known to science. These particles are byproducts of nuclear reactions within stars (including our sun), ... more
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Study shows how fracking documentary influenced public perception and political change

Waste coffee used as fuel storage

Michigan stance highlights Clean Power Plan fray

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Will talk of the 'Big One' shake the US into quake prep?
The "Portland Mamas" listserv was on fire this summer. But the heated debates were not about schools and strollers in Oregon's largest city. ... more
FARM NEWS

New peer-reviewed study rewrites genetic history of sheep
At a time when the price of mutton is climbing and wool crashing, a groundbreaking new study has used advanced genetic sequencing technology to rewrite the history of sheep breeding and trading alon ... more
FROTH AND BUBBLE

Large parks key to city success
More than half the world's population now lives in cities. As numbers continue to swell, decision-makers across the globe grapple with how best to accommodate growing resident numbers while maintain ... more
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FLORA AND FAUNA

Lizards can stomach island living
Life on an island isn't always easy. To make the most of the little there is to eat on many Greek islands, the digestive system of Balkan green lizards has evolved considerably compared to family me ... more
DEMOCRACY

Hong Kong activists plead not guilty over democracy protest
Hong Kong pro-democracy student leader Joshua Wong pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges of inciting unlawful assembly over protests last year that triggered more than two months of paralysing street rallies in the city. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
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MUOS-4 Responding Normally To Ground Control Post-Launch

New NGA global map advances geophysics and nonproliferation

Moscow, Tehran Sign Roadmap For S-300 Deal Implementation

China to flex military muscle in WWII parade

Obama hails ties with Japan on VJ day

Communist Party takes star role in China's war parade

ICE WORLD

Hot summer fuels dangerous glacier melting in Central Asia
It began with a low rumbling noise. Then the rivers of mud poured down the mountainside over the Tajik village of Barssem - the latest victim of shrinking glaciers that are an alarming portent of climate change in Central Asia. ... more
ABOUT US

US Catholics mostly accepting of non-traditional families
The American Catholics who will meet Pope Francis on his US visit later this month are widely accepting of non-traditional families, according to a Pew survey out Wednesday. ... more
CLIMATE SCIENCE

Extra CO2 a boon to plants, but only at low temperatures
Phytoplankton are plant-like microorganisms that serve as the foundation for many marine food chains. Like plants, phytoplankton covert sunlight into chemical energy and carbon dioxide into oxygen. ... more
DEMOCRACY

Lebanon government powerless as protesters escalate campaign
Lebanon's divided government appeared powerless Wednesday to address a growing protest campaign that began with frustration over rubbish collection and ballooned into anger at a stagnant and corrupt political class. ... more
CLIMATE SCIENCE

Climate: World failing to meet 2C target, say analysts
Inadequate national targets for curbing climate-altering greenhouse gases meant emissions would be "far above" the level required to stave off disastrous global warming, analysts warned Wednesday. ... more
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GPS NEWS

Denali, tallest peak in N.America, loses 10 feet
The tallest peak in North America not only just lost the name it carried for a century, it also lost 10 feet in stature due to modern-day measurements, scientists said Wednesday. ... more
WHALES AHOY

Japan releases 'Flipper' dolphin trainer after arrest
Japanese police said Wednesday that they have released US animal rights activist Ric O'Barry, who trained dolphins for the TV show "Flipper", after he was arrested near the infamous whaling town of Taiji. ... more
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ABOUT US

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WHALES AHOY

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China chemical plant explosion kills five

EU to step up action against Mediterranean people smugglers

Obama tours glacier to highlight march of climate change

China's Xi calls indicted Sudanese leader Bashir 'old friend'

Lebanon activists step up campaign, occupy environment ministry

Adapt or die: Arctic animals cope with climate change

Dominica pleads for help as storm death toll tops 30

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