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Thawing Permafrost: The speed of coastal erosion in Eastern Siberia has nearly doubled
Bremerhaven, Germany (SPX) Oct 31, 2013
The high cliffs of Eastern Siberia - which mainly consist of permafrost - continue to erode at an ever quickening pace. This is the conclusion which scientists of the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research have reached after their evaluation of data and aerial photographs of the coastal regions for the last 40 years. According to the researchers, the reasons for this increasing erosion are rising summer temperatures in the Russian permafrost regions as well the re ... read more
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WOOD PILE

Study of Brazilian Amazon shows 50,000 km of road was built in just three years
Although road-building is a major contributor to deforestation and habitat loss, the way in which road networks develop is still poorly understood. A new study is among the first to measure the numb ... more
EARLY EARTH

Researchers quantify toxic ocean conditions during major extinction 93.9 million years ago
Oxygen in the atmosphere and ocean rose dramatically about 600 million years ago, coinciding with the first proliferation of animal life. Since then, numerous short lived biotic events - typically m ... more
WOOD PILE

Local communities produce high-quality forest monitoring data, rivals that of professional foresters
As global forest and climate experts gather at the Oslo REDD Exchange 2013 to ramp up international efforts to protect carbon-storing forests in the developing world, a recent study by researchers a ... more
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FROTH AND BUBBLE

UCSB researcher documents the enduring contaminant legacy of the California gold rush
An unintended legacy of California's gold rush, which began in 1848, endures today in the form of mercury-laden sediment. New research by Michael Singer, associate researcher at UC Santa Barbara's E ... more


EARLY EARTH

Tell-tale toes point to oldest-known fossil bird tracks from Australia
Two fossilized footprints found at Dinosaur Cove in Victoria, Australia, were likely made by birds during the Early Cretaceous, making them the oldest known bird tracks in Australia. The journ ... more
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WATER WORLD

Physicists provide new insights into coral skeleton formation
An international team of scientists, led by physicists from the University of York, has shed important new light on coral skeleton formation. Their investigations, carried out at the nanoscale ... more
WOOD PILE

Redwood trees reveal history of West Coast rain, fog, ocean conditions
Many people use tree ring records to see into the past. But redwoods - the iconic trees that are the world's tallest living things - have so far proven too erratic in their growth patterns to help w ... more
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A New Way To Convert Light To Electrical Energy

Westinghouse to Supply Advanced Safety System to Ukraine Nuclear Power Plants

Leaders Discuss Wind Power in Canada's Energy Future

'Nanomotor lithography' answers call for affordable, simpler device manufacturing

Reverse engineering materials for more efficient heating and cooling

Saving lots of computing capacity with a new algorithm

Nanosafety research - there's room for improvement

EARLY EARTH

Paleontologist Presents Origin of Life Theory
It has baffled humans for millennia: how did life begin on planet Earth? Now, new research from a Texas Tech University paleontologist suggests it may have rained from the skies and started in the b ... more
EARLY EARTH

Chewing their way to success
The subfamily of rodents known as Murinae (mice, rats, etc.), which first appeared in Asia 12 million years ago, spread across the entire Old World (Eurasia, Africa, Australia) in less than 2 millio ... more
EPIDEMICS

SARS-like viruses can jump from bats to humans: study
Scientists said Wednesday they had found evidence that SARS-like coronaviruses can jump straight from a type of Chinese bat to humans without the need for an intermediary animal "host". ... more
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ICE WORLD

Families ask Ottawa to demand Russia release activists
The families of two Canadian Greenpeace activists detained in Russia over an Arctic oil drilling protest pleaded Wednesday for Ottawa to further pressure Moscow to release them. ... more
PILLAGING PIRATES

Spain jails six Somalis for piracy
A court in Madrid on Wednesday convicted six Somalis for piracy and sentenced them to between eight and 12 and a half years in jail for attacking a Spanish warship in 2012 off the coast of Somalia. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Back to Cold War as Russia probes NATO defences

Japanese aircraft scrambles endangering safety: China

China Concerned by India's Moves to Secure Northeastern Border

China punishes HK lawmaker for criticising leader

Chinese Communist leadership 'fundamental' to rule of law: party

Canadian military receiving satellite-on-the-move communications system

Iraq Sunni exiles say bombs cannot defeat IS

CLIMATE SCIENCE

Countries at climate risk to hold more GDP: report
Nearly a third of the world's economic output, some $44 trillion (32 trillion euros), will by 2025 be in countries at the highest risk of climate change effects, said research published Wednesday. ... more
WATER WORLD

Australia probes Great Barrier Reef board over 'mining links'
Australia launched a probe Wednesday into the agency responsible for protecting the Great Barrier Reef after some board members were urged to resign over alleged conflicts of interest related to the mining industry. ... more
SINO DAILY

Women driven to fury by Beijing police road tips
Don't wear high heels while driving. Make sure you release the handbrake before setting off. And don't panic if you suddenly realise you're going the wrong way. ... more
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Sandy's Lessons Include: Put Parks, Not Houses, On the Beach

Space technologies boost disaster reduction int'l co-op

How to Manage Nature's Runaway Freight Trains


SINO DAILY
Cheap metals can be used to make products from petroleum

Historic Demonstration Proves Laser Communication Possible

Zoomable Holograms Pave the Way for Versatile, Portable Projectors


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How climate change affects microbial life below the seafloor

Coral chemicals protect against warming oceans

Increasing toxicity of algal blooms tied to nutrient enrichment and climate change


SINO DAILY
Thawing Permafrost: The speed of coastal erosion in Eastern Siberia has nearly doubled

Families ask Ottawa to demand Russia release activists

Greenpeace activists hit out at detention conditions

WATER WORLD

Spain's Gas Natural Fenosa opens new Galicia hydropower plant
Spanish electricity provider Gas Natural Fenosa this week inaugurated a hydropower plant in Galicia as a state official promised more investment in renewable energy sources. ... more
WATER WORLD

Brazil court orders resumption of work on Amazon dam
A Brazilian court on Wednesday ordered work to resume on a dam in the Amazon, reversing a ruling that had ordered a stoppage over environmental concerns, the project consortium said. ... more
DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Space technologies boost disaster reduction int'l co-op
Another China-Brazil satellite will be launched from China at the end of this year to collect data for disaster prevention and environmental protection. The satellite, the third to be launched ... more
FROTH AND BUBBLE

New low-cost, nondestructive technology cuts risk from mercury hot spots
Hot spots of mercury pollution in aquatic sediments and soils can contaminate local food webs and threaten ecosystems, but cleaning them up can be expensive and destructive. Researchers from the Smi ... more
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WEATHER REPORT

SMOS sees triple superstorms

EARTH OBSERVATION

Astrium delivers microwave radiometer for the Sentinel-3A satellite

WATER WORLD

Scientists develop new method to help global coasts adapt to sea-level rise

FARM NEWS

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

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EARTH OBSERVATION

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INTERN DAILY

SUBNETS Aims for Systems-Based Neurotechnology and Understanding for the Treatment of Neuropsychological Illnesses

OZONE NEWS

Antarctic Ozone Hole Slightly Smaller than Average This Year

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WATER WORLD

India's water supply at risk

Storm-battered northern Europe slowly gets back to normal

Did hard-wired fear of snakes drive evolution of human vision?

Argentine bread prices keep rising as grain scarcity kicks in

Uruguay to pull peacekeepers from Haiti: president

US, family urge China to free anti-censorship activist

Ancient mini-sharks lived longer than thought: study

Brazil energy, farm incentives fuel CO2 emissions

Scientists eye longer-term forecasts of US heat waves

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Aboriginal Hunting Practice Increases Animal Populations

Reading ancient climate from plankton shells

Brazil judge orders work on huge Amazon dam halted

Alternative Fuels Americas To Launch Project Jetropha

Extracting energy from bacteria

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