Extreme weather has greater impact on nature than expected … – Science Daily

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May 172017
 

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Extreme weather has greater impact on nature than expected …
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An oystercatcher nest is washed away in a storm surge. Australian passerine birds die during a heatwave. A late frost in their breeding area kills off a group of …

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Antarctica’s sleeping ice giant could wake soon : Nature News … – Nature.com

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Apr 122017
 

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Antarctica's sleeping ice giant could wake soon : Nature News …
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The massive East Antarctic Ice Sheet looks stable from above — but it's a dangerously different story below.

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Avian Flu Outbreak Expected in Europe and Asia – Nature World News

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Dec 012016
 

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Avian Flu Outbreak Expected in Europe and Asia
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Deputy Director General of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) Matthew Stone told Reuters that North America, especially the United States where bird flu last year led to the death of about 50 million poultry, should also prepare for new cases.
Japan culling 230000 more birds to stop avian fluBangkok Post
H5N8 avian flu outbreak expands to EgyptCIDRAP
Avian Flu Still Causing Problems in West AfricaThePoultrySite.com
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World Bank Says Cities Unprepared For Extreme Weather Risks – Nature World News

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May 202016
 

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World Bank Says Cities Unprepared For Extreme Weather Risks
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World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, speaks during the opening of the Climate Action 2016 Summit at the Willard Hotel, May 5, 2016 in Washington, DC. The summit is taking place two weeks after the signing ceremony of the Paris Agreement.

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Scientists Uncover Huge Trove of 71 million-year-old Fossils in Antarctica – Nature World News

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May 102016
 

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Scientists Uncover Huge Trove of 71 million-year-old Fossils in Antarctica
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While on Antarctica, the researchers also conducted geological mapping of the area, recording the thickness of all the different rocks and information on the sorts of environments that they represent. By doing so, researchers can create a picture of
Dinosaur-era fossils unearthed in AntarcticaCBS News
An Expedition to Antarctica Uncovered a Treasure Trove of 71-Million-Year-Old FossilsGizmodo
Researchers Discover 71-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur-Era Fossils In AntarcticaHeadlines & Global News
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Huge subglacial lake discovered underneath Antarctica’s ice – Mother Nature Network

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Apr 272016
 

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Huge subglacial lake discovered underneath Antarctica's ice
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It's even possible that ancient creatures still live under Antarctica's ice, hidden for millennia beneath the continent's cold glacial cap. Now researchers have made an extraordinary discovery that could house some of the continent's many secrets: a
Cool as ice: Newly-discovered lake in Antarctica may hold prehistoric lifeRT
Antarctica: Massive Subglacial Lake Found That Could Contain Species Isolated For Millions Of YearsThe Inquisitr
Antarctica has a giant lake hiding under the ice – "Unique life forms" may be there, tooTechnoBuffalo
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East Antarctica Survived Previous Carbon-Heavy Period, Says Study – Nature World News

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Dec 172015
 

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East Antarctica Survived Previous Carbon-Heavy Period, Says Study
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Researchers recently found that a lake deposit from East Antarctica has been frozen for 14 million years, which likely means all the surrounding area was, too. The team was looking for information about how this part of the continent will react to
East Antarctica has remained frozen for 14 Million YearsSkymet Weather
East Antarctic Ice Sheet stayed frozen for 14 million yearsThe Hindu
East Antarctic Ice Sheet Has Been Frozen For 14 Million YearsEurasia Review

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Whaling: Japan Announces Renewed Whaling Plans for Antarctica – Nature World News

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Oct 242015
 

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Whaling: Japan Announces Renewed Whaling Plans for Antarctica
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Recently, Japan's government announced that it will continue to whale in the Antarctic, despite an international ruling that said the country had falsely claimed to be doing scientific research when actually whaling. The target whales will likely be

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Carbon Storage and Ice Melt: Marine Organisms Combat Climate Change in Antarctica? – Nature World News

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Sep 222015
 

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Carbon Storage and Ice Melt: Marine Organisms Combat Climate Change in Antarctica?
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The researchers also explained that the differing amounts of carbon storage observed throughout regions in Antarctica, is directly related to sea ice melt. These findings are important to understanding the relationship between climate change and ocean
Scientist has found melting ice caps have led to increase in bryozoans who NEWS.com.au
As Sea Ice Melts, Antarctic Seafloor Life FlourishesNewsweek
As polar ice melts, seabed life is working against climate changeAstrobiology Magazine (registration)

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4 years after Gulf oil spill, wildlife still dying – Mother Nature Network

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Apr 172014
 

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4 years after Gulf oil spill, wildlife still dying
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Four years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history, wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico is still struggling to recover, according to a recent National Wildlife Federation report. The report focused on 14 species affected by the spill and used data from
BP oil spill cleanup will continue, Coast Guard tells state coastal authorityThe Times-Picayune
6 Horrible Oil Spills Since Deepwater Horizon That You Probably Didn't Hear TakePart
'Active Cleanup' of Oil Spill Is Ended on Louisiana CoastNew York Times
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