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September 03, 2013
FARM NEWS
Crop pests moving polewards through global warming
Paris (AFP) Sept 01, 2013
Crop-damaging insects, bacteria, fungus and viruses are moving poleward by nearly three kilometres (two miles) each year, helped by global warming, a study said on Sunday. A team at Britain's University of Exeter trawled through two huge databases to chart the latitude and dates for the earliest record of 612 crop pests. Since 1960, these pests have been heading either northwards or southwards at a rate of around 2.7 kilometres (1.7 miles) yearly. They move into land that opens up for habita ... read more
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Whooping cranes learn migration from elders: study
Whooping cranes learn how to migrate by following elders in their midst, suggesting that social influence has a larger bearing than genetics on the birds' behavior, scientists said Thursday. ... more
EPIDEMICS

Experts urge renewed push on US-Thai HIV vaccine
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SHAKE AND BLOW

Taiwan puts troops on standby amid storm warning
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WEATHER REPORT

Tornado rips through eastern Japan, injures dozens
A tornado ripped through parts of eastern Japan Monday, injuring several dozen people, tearing off roofs and uprooting buildings. ... more


WATER WORLD

Indian Ocean paradise island beset by shark controversy
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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Italy says Syria crisis to worsen refugee problem
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FLORA AND FAUNA

Thai village under siege from marauding monkeys
In one Thai village homes are raided, property is pinched and locals are attacked by dastardly gangs operating beyond the law - but the perpetrators are monkeys, not men. ... more
DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Australian police arrest suspected people smugglers
Australia's national police force arrested five suspected people smugglers in coordinated dawn raids in four states. ... more
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FROTH AND BUBBLE

Detached pipe cap caused deadly China ammonia leak: officials
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WATER WORLD

China invests cash, expertise in Argentine dams, railroad
China is entering a politically sensitive partnership with Argentina to build two new giant hydroelectric dams to showcase the Asian nation's expertise in a region ripe for more trade with Beijing. ... more
WATER WORLD

Pacific summit aims to renew global climate efforts
Some of the world's smallest nations will use a Pacific summit this week to push the globe's biggest polluters to finally act on climate change, an issue that threatens their very existence. ... more
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Study: Ogallala Aquifer being drained by U.S. farmers
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WEATHER REPORT

Western Japan records hottest summer ever
The west of Japan had its hottest ever summer this year, official figures showed Monday after a season in which heatstroke reportedly killed hundreds and hospitalised tens of thousands nationwide. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
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WATER WORLD

US, Sweden unveil $25 mln clean water technology grant
The US Agency for International Development and the Swedish government announced a $25 million grant program Monday to increase access to clean water for farming. ... more
FARM NEWS

New Zealand wants answers on milk 'botulism botch-up'
New Zealand demanded answers Thursday about how a false test reading triggered a botulism scare for diary giant Fonterra that forced global product recalls, describing the episode as a costly embarrassment. ... more
SHAKE AND BLOW

At least 23 dead in floods in Mali capital: government
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SHAKE AND BLOW

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The death toll in catastrophic floods which left thousands homeless in the Malian capital Bamako rose to 34 on Friday, one of the leaders of the rescue operation said. ... more
WATER WORLD

New skin-eating fungus is killing Dutch salamanders
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DEMOCRACY

Outside View: Egyptian and Arab democracy uber alles?
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CLIMATE SCIENCE

Climate at five minutes to midnight: IPCC head
Humanity has pushed the world's climate system to the brink, leaving itself only scant time to act, the head of the UN's group of climate scientists said on Monday. ... more
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SHAKE AND BLOW

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