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July 17, 2013
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Changing Atmosphere Affects How Much Water Trees Need
Washington DC (SPX) Jul 17, 2013
Spurred by increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide, forests over the last two decades have become dramatically more efficient in how they use water. Scientists affiliated with the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Harvard Forest Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) site report the results in this week's issue of the journal Nature. Harvard Forest is one of 26 such NSF LTER sites in ecosystems from deserts to grasslands, coral reefs to coastal waters, around the world. Studies have ... read more
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WATER WORLD

A new alien-like species discovered off California
After nearly 25 years of searching, three scientists have finally found Waldo. No, not the loveable bespectacled character in children's picture books, but rather an unusual clam discovered off the ... more
EXO LIFE

Jill Tarter and the Long Search
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has captivated the imagination of the world like few other recent scientific projects. It's on the cutting edge of interdisciplinary science and a ... more
WATER WORLD

Each degree of global warming might ultimately raise global sea levels by more than 2 meters
Greenhouse gases emitted today will cause sea level to rise for centuries to come. Each degree of global warming is likely to raise sea level by more than 2 meters in the future, a study now publish ... more
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ICE WORLD

Is the ice in Greenland in growing decline?
The time period of satellite observations of the ice sheets of Greenland and the Antarctic is still too short to be able to say whether the accelerated loss of ice measured today will persist in the ... more


FARM NEWS

New study addresses trade-offs between food security and climate change mitigation
Improving crop yields using sustainable methods could cut greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 12% per calorie produced according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Research Let ... more
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FARM NEWS

Chew More to Retain More Energy
Almonds may still be considered one of the highest energy food sources but it's not about how much you bite off, instead it's about how much you chew, according to a July 14 panel discussion at the ... more
ICE WORLD

Researchers Shed New Light on Supraglacial Lake Drainage
Supraglacial lakes - bodies of water that collect on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet - lubricate the bottom of the sheet when they drain, causing it to flow faster. Differences in how the lak ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Moving silicon atoms in graphene with atomic precision

Wastewater injection is culprit for most quakes in Colorado and New Mexico

'Squid skin' metamaterials project yields vivid color display

Rice rolls 'neat' nanotube fibers

Nanoribbon film keeps glass ice-free

Scientists come closer to the industrial synthesis of a material harder than diamond

Assessing the environmental costs and benefits of fracking

WATER WORLD

Nesting Gulf Loggerheads Face Offshore Risks
Threatened loggerhead sea turtles in the northern Gulf of Mexico can travel distances up to several hundred miles and visit offshore habitats between nesting events in a single season, taking them t ... more
FARM NEWS

Revealed the keys to reducing the impact of agriculture on climate change
Land is not being used to its best advantage according to a new study by Ikerbasque Professor Unai Pascual from the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) and University of Cambridge, and a team of ... more
WATER WORLD

Microbial dynamics of coral reef robustness and decline
Coral reefs face serious threats primarily arising from climate change, unsustainable fishing, and pollution. To better understand the underlying processes, a multidisciplinary series of studies is ... more

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FARM NEWS

Tapid detection and identification of downy mildew in basil
Downy mildew (Pernospora belbahrii Thines) is a relatively new disease to North America. First reported in 1933 in Uganda, downy mildew has spread rapidly across the globe. Early detection of downy ... more
FARM NEWS

Study: Ancient Neolithic farmers used sophisticated growing techniques
Europe's first farmers were far more sophisticated than previously thought, say researchers who found they manured and watered crops as early as 6,000 B.C. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
US House approves plan to train Syria rebels in IS fight

Textron touts G-CLAW air-burst weapon

Arrests in large-scale Australian counter-terror raids

Taiwan shows force in biggest naval exercise in 25 years

RR Engine for Korean Navy passes acceptance tests

Insitu Inc. receives ScanEagle engine

China mum as Iceland envoy reportedly held for spying

SINO DAILY

Beijing envoy, Hong Kong lawmakers in landmark talks
China's top representative in Hong Kong held unprecedented talks with local legislators Tuesday, two weeks after tens of thousands of protesters denounced the slow pace of political reform in the city. ... more
ABOUT US

Brain signal said to create inner 'voice' we hear even if we're silent
A Canadian researcher says he's identified a kind of brain signal that could explain why we "hear" speech in our heads even in the absence of actual sound. ... more
DEMOCRACY

Israel OKs Egyptian forces in Sinai as violence swells
Israel has given strife-torn Egypt the green light to deploy two infantry battalions in the lawless Sinai Peninsula to counter a surge of attacks by Islamist militants that could threaten the Jewish state's landmark 1979 peace treaty with the Arab world's most populous nation. ... more
DEMOCRACY
Man who battled Fukushima disaster dies of cancer

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DEMOCRACY
Taking the "Random" out of a Random Laser

NASA's OPALS to Beam Data From Space Via Laser

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DEMOCRACY
Microbial dynamics of coral reef robustness and decline

A new alien-like species discovered off California

Nesting Gulf Loggerheads Face Offshore Risks


DEMOCRACY
Russia blocks bid for Antarctic sanctuary: NGOs

Is the ice in Greenland in growing decline?

Continuous satellite monitoring of ice sheets needed to better predict sea-level rise

FARM NEWS

EU bans yet another pesticide harmful to bees
The European Union on Tuesday restricted the use of the insecticide Fipronil, the latest move to protect honey bees after a May ban on three other insecticides. ... more
ICE WORLD

Russia blocks bid for Antarctic sanctuary: NGOs
Russia on Tuesday blocked attempts by Western countries to create the world's largest ocean sanctuary off Antarctica, green groups said. ... more
SHAKE AND BLOW

Some volcanoes 'scream' at ever-higher pitches until they blow their tops
It is not unusual for swarms of small earthquakes to precede a volcanic eruption. They can reach a point of such rapid succession that they create a signal called harmonic tremor that resembles soun ... more
WATER WORLD

Scientists solve a 14,000-year-old ocean mystery
At the end of the last Ice Age, as the world began to warm, a swath of the North Pacific Ocean came to life. During a brief pulse of biological productivity 14,000 years ago, this stretch of the sea ... more
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Meteorite that doomed dinosaurs remade forests

Making quantum dots glow brighter

NASA Airborne Campaigns Focus on Climate Impacts in the Arctic

Russian Aerospace Defense Forces Again Dismiss Satellite Explosion Rumors

Dry Conditions and Lightning Strikes Make for a Long California Fire Season

UCI team is first to capture motion of single molecule in real time

ICE WORLD

Continuous satellite monitoring of ice sheets needed to better predict sea-level rise

FLORA AND FAUNA

Boldly illuminating biology's 'dark matter'

WATER WORLD

Scientists outline long-term sea-level rise in response to warming of planet

EARTH OBSERVATION

The Color of the Ocean: the SABIA-Mar Mission

EARTH OBSERVATION

Space Station Ocean Imager Available to More Scientists

EARTH OBSERVATION

GOES-R Improvements to Provide Stunning, Continuous Full-Disk Imagery

EARTH OBSERVATION

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WEATHER REPORT

British soldiers die in heat wave trying for elite unit

SHAKE AND BLOW

Hundreds homeless as torrential rains hit Korean peninsula

ABOUT US

Genetic evolution seen in peoples living at high altitudes

Almost 6,000 people missing in India floods presumed dead

Haze-hit nations say ASEAN meet unlikely to clear the air

Nearly 300 dead or missing in China rain, typhoon

Ecuador volcano registers 'strong explosion'

Disabled students face exclusion in China: rights group

Russia says evacuation of polar research station to cost $2 million

7.3-magnitude quake off Antarctica, no injuries

Insect discovery sheds light on climate change

Cloud brightening to cool seas can protect coral reefs

Research reveals Earth's core affects length of day

Whole chickens from farmers markets may have more pathogenic bacteria

As ice cover disappears, life in the frigid Antarctic moves fast

Sharks stun sardine prey with tail-slaps

Antarctic Glacier Calves Iceberg One-Fourth Size of Rhode Island

Killer whale genetics: Redefining stock structure in a marine top predator

Giant Posco scraps India plant in blow to investment

Protests held as YPF, Chevron sign Argentina oil deal

Ionic liquid breakthrough in thermal electrical energy

Surface porosity and wettability are key factors in boiling heat transfer

Australia to ditch pollution levy by 2014

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