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Australia wildfires long-term effects could contribute to even more extreme weather events – Mic

Australia wildfires long-term effects could contribute to even more extreme weather events  Mic

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Uncovering mechanisms of global ocean change effects on the Dungeness crab (Cancer magister) through metabolomics analysis

indicating low oxygen may drive the physiology of juvenile crabs more than pH. Our study elucidates metabolic dynamics that expand our overall understanding of how the species might respond to future …

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University of Cincinnati study undercuts concerns about fracking effects on water

“However, we also monitored pH and conductivity which can indicate the presence of fracking wastewater. We didn’t measure any ‘contaminants’ that can actually make you sick.” She added later, “We didn’t measure other compounds that could lead …

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Are the effects of global warming being felt in Antarctica? | WGN-TV – WGN-TV

Are the effects of global warming being felt in Antarctica? | WGN-TV
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Yes. The Earth's polar regions (both in the Arctic and Antarctic) have experienced, and are continuing to experience, more rapid warming than in other regions of …

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Effects Of Global Warming On Display In Antarctica – NPR

Effects Of Global Warming On Display In Antarctica
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James McClintock, a marine biologist, talks with David Greene about how warming temperatures have had a dramatic impact on the glacier near the U.S. Palmer Station in Antarctica. DAVID GREENE, HOST: And let's visit the bottom of the earth, Antarctica.

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Research into extreme weather effects may explain recent butterfly decline – Science Daily


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Research into extreme weather effects may explain recent butterfly decline
Science Daily
The researchers used data from the UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (UKBMS), a high-quality long-term dataset of UK butterfly abundances collected from over 1,800 sites across the UK, spanning 37 years, to examine the effects of weather data and extreme …
Extreme weather is behind record lows in butterfly populationsNew Scientist
Butterfly in Britain threatened by increasingly frequent extreme weather: studyXinhua

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Facing the Change: Toronto grapples with the effects of extreme – CBC – CBC.ca


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Facing the Change: Toronto grapples with the effects of extreme – CBC
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The fall season of CBC Radio's Day 6 is underway with Facing the Change, a special series profiling five communities in Canada facing serious threats from …

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Antarctica provides ICE to study behavior effects in astronauts – Phys.Org


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Antarctica provides ICE to study behavior effects in astronauts
Phys.Org
Just how extreme is the extreme environment of Antarctica at the South Pole? Not only is 98 percent of the continent covered in ice, but it also has extreme winds and an average temperature range of minus 49 to 26 degrees, making it the coldest place

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Alumni learn about effects of extreme weather on farming – Cornell Chronicle


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Alumni learn about effects of extreme weather on farming
Cornell Chronicle
On June 10, he presented a Reunion Weekend lecture on extreme weather and its impacts on agriculture, held in conjunction with a Mann Library exhibit showcasing collaborations between the Cornell Climate Smart Farming program and New York state …

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Extreme Weather Conditions effects US cereal production – Rochester Daily News – Daily Star Gazette


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Extreme Weather Conditions effects US cereal production – Rochester Daily News
Daily Star Gazette
An analysis of national production of 16 different cereal crops in 177 countries, and a comparison with the effects of about 2,800 weather disasters between 1964 and 2007, has for the first time provided a detailed snapshot of how extreme weather has …

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