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American Meteorological Society Report: Climate change causing extreme weather – WFLA

American Meteorological Society Report: Climate change causing extreme weather  WFLA

A new report is linking extreme weather events across the world to climate change.

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North American Oil & Gas Pipeline Leak and Theft Detection Market Outlook to 2023: Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities

The “North America Oil & Gas Pipeline Leak and Theft Detection Market By Application, By Method of Leak Detection, By Source of Revenue, By Technology, By Equipment, By Country, Competition Forecast & …

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The Hunt for Sky’s “Detergent” Begins in Antarctica – Scientific American


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The Hunt for Sky's “Detergent” Begins in Antarctica
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To understand how the sky cleanses itself, a team of Australian and US researchers is heading to Antarctica to track down the atmosphere's main detergent. By drilling deep into polar ice, the scientists hope to determine how the sky's capacity to scrub

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1.8 Million Clean Energy Workers Employed In Top 50 American Metro Areas

According to a report from E2, 1.8 million American clean energy jobs are located in the top 50 metro areas. They represent 58% of America’s total 3.2 million clean energy jobs. Every one of the top 50 metro areas employs over 10,000 clean energy workers. Michael Timberlake, the Communications Director for E2, answered some questions for CleanTechnica about the clean energy industry.

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Are Extreme Weather Events Linked to Climate Change? – Scientific American


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Are Extreme Weather Events Linked to Climate Change?
Scientific American
It seems the news has no shortage of extreme weather events: wildfires raged across Greece and the northwestern United States, flooding washed out the northeastern US, and intense heatwaves blanketed Japan and the United Kingdom. The island of …

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Huge Iceberg Poised to Break Off Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier … – Scientific American


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Huge Iceberg Poised to Break Off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier …
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Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the …
A new 19-mile-long crack opened up on the vulnerable Antarctic coastMashable

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Tesla Model 3 Is #1 Top Selling American Car In USA

Tesla’s production and sales growth is stunning. It is one of the most dramatic manufacturing stories in US history, let alone 2018. The sales records and eye-warping bar charts are in multiple important categories, not just in the electric vehicle space. However, one story I haven’t seen highlighted yet is that the Tesla Model 3 was the #1 highest selling American car in September

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Bizarre Particles Keep Flying Out of Antarctica’s Ice, and They Might Shatter Modern Physics – Scientific American


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Bizarre Particles Keep Flying Out of Antarctica's Ice, and They Might Shatter Modern Physics
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And yet, since March 2016, researchers have been puzzling over two events in Antarctica where cosmic rays did burst out from the Earth, and were detected by NASA's Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA)—a balloon-borne antenna drifting over the …
Strange Particles Coming Out of the Earth Hint at New PhysicsYahoo News
Strange Cosmic Rays Shooting From Antarctic Soil Puzzle Scientists – ReportsSputnik International
Impossible cosmic rays are shooting out of AntarticaBig Think
Gizmodo Australia
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Blowing Up Illegal Fishing Boats Helps Indonesian Fishers – Scientific American


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Blowing Up Illegal Fishing Boats Helps Indonesian Fishers
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Indonesia, one of the world's leading producers of tuna, decided several years ago it had had enough of illegal foreign fishing boats entering its exclusive economic zone and taking an average of $ 4 billion a year in fisheries profits. In 2014 the

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CO2 Can Directly Impact Extreme Weather, Research Suggests – Scientific American


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CO2 Can Directly Impact Extreme Weather, Research Suggests
Scientific American
Global efforts to tackle climate change rest on a common goal: to keep the planet's temperatures from rising beyond dangerous thresholds. But what if the gases that come from cars and power plants are harming the planet themselves, even without the …

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