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Antarctica snowfall is increasing, likely due to climate change – CNN – CNN International


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Antarctica snowfall is increasing, likely due to climate change – CNN
CNN International
Snowfall across the great white continent of Antarctica is increasing, according to a study released this week by an international team led by the British Antarctic Survey.
A new study on increased snowfall in Antarctica shows the dramatic …Quartz
Increasing Snowfall in Antarctica Could Slightly Reduce Sea Level RiseKTLA
Antarctica's Snowfall Has Increased, But That Doesn't Change Anything About Global WarmingThe Weather Channel
CleanTechnica –KPAX-TV
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Earth Likely Had Water Before Moon-Forming Smashup

“The likely source of water on Earth are carbonaceous chondrites, a type of stony meteorites,” Greenwood said. “But they have a very distinct oxygen isotope composition; if they had arrived after this event, we would see it, there would be a greater …

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Tesla Not Likely Going Over 100 kWh For Model S/X, Model 3 Not Getting 100kWh Battery, & More #ElonTweets

As he tends to do, Elon Musk went on a Twitter rampage, responding to questions from the Twittersphere. In doing so and as he’s also in the habit of doing, he shed light on some rather interesting details about the Model S and X battery size, Model 3 battery size as limited by the physical footprint of the vehicle and a few tips on stripping down a Tesla for maximum performance

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Husky Energy: Rain and poor soil likely cause of leak

Of the total volume of crude oil released from the pipeline, about 60 per cent has been recovered from soil around the leak site. “The remaining 40 per cent (90,000 litres) migrated into the river and was largely deposited along the shore banks …
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Antarctica, a claim that is likely not true according to NASA’s findings – Pompano Beach Daily Science – Daily Star Gazette


Daily Star Gazette

Antarctica, a claim that is likely not true according to NASA's findings – Pompano Beach Daily Science
Daily Star Gazette
“We're essentially in agreement with other studies that show an increase in ice discharge in the Antarctic Peninsula and the Thwaites and Pine Island region of West Antarctica. Our main disagreement is for East Antarctica and the interior of West
Antarctica alone may lift seas a meter by 2100: studyBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
We must act now to reduce harmful carbon emissionsGulf Times
Said the one polar bear to the other…News24
SILive.com –Examiner.com
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Study: Fracking wastewater wells more likely located near communities of color and poverty

During the years that community health researcher Jill Johnston lived and worked in San Antonio, Texas was experiencing an explosion of fracking. She and the community partners she worked with on environmental health issues had a strong hunch that most of …
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Fracking waste more likely to be located in poor communities and neighborhoods of color

Hydraulic fracturing — using a high-pressure injection of liquid into rock to release natural gas or oil — involves using a lot of water. Once that process is done, the fracking companies have to put that chemical-heavy wastewater somewhere.
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Antarctica meltdown likely to speed up soon – Summit County Citizens Voice


Summit County Citizens Voice

Antarctica meltdown likely to speed up soon
Summit County Citizens Voice
Climate researchers need to understand temperature trends in Antarctica to better predict how fast the ice will melt and raise global sea level. But the study concluded that the uncertainties in the temperature trends over Antarctica are larger than

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You’re Far More Likely To Experience These Extreme Weather Events Than To … – The Weather Channel


The Weather Channel

You're Far More Likely To Experience These Extreme Weather Events Than To
The Weather Channel
According to Dr. Greg Forbes, severe weather expert at The Weather Channel, that's how often a tornado touches down in a particular spot in the central U.S. (approximately once every 2,500 years). Elsewhere in the U.S., the odds dip to roughly once in

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100% Renewable Energy Goal Looks More Likely For Hawaii

Proposed laws for 100% renewable energy in Hawaii by 2040 have won approval by respective committee’s in the state’s House and Senate

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