Seals reveal Antarctica’s climate-change clues – New Zealand Herald

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May 192018
 

Seals reveal Antarctica's climate-change clues
New Zealand Herald
Scientists are turning to an unlikely instrument to tell them how quickly Antarctica's ice sheets are melting: seals. In a just-published study, UK researchers have shown how tagging seals with satellite trackers can help them measure hard-to-reach

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A 1000-year-old, 300m-long core drilled in Antarctica to reveal Australia’s weather history – PerthNow

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May 152018
 

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A 1000-year-old, 300m-long core drilled in Antarctica to reveal Australia's weather history
PerthNow
THOUSAND-year-old ice extracted from hundreds of metres below a remote part of Antarctica could help scientists better understand Australia's weather history. Researchers today started cutting a 300m-long core in Hobart, extracted from east Antarctica
Antarctic's climate history to be revealed by ice core sample from the deepABC Online

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#ShellKnew 30 Years Ago: Documents Reveal Predictions of Extreme Weather, Climate Lawsuits – EcoWatch

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Apr 052018
 

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#ShellKnew 30 Years Ago: Documents Reveal Predictions of Extreme Weather, Climate Lawsuits
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Royal Dutch Shell has known about the links between fossil fuel use and climate change for decades, according to newly-released internal company documents. The documents, unveiled by Dutch newspaper De Correspondent on Thursday, show that the oil giant
Shell foresaw Hurricane Sandy in prescient climate reports from 1980sMashable

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Greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

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Mar 192018
 

Greenpeace says household brands including PepsiCo and Johnson & Johnson are refusing to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that cut down tropical forests to grow the widely used commodity. The …

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Consumer Watchdog Demands That State Oil Regulators Publicly Reveal Leaking California Oil Wells That Are Counted But Not Disclosed

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Feb 282018
 

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Consumer Watchdog urged Governor Jerry Brown to direct state oil regulators to publicly post all oil well leaks in the state after learning that the state is tracking all spills from wells of …

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New NASA Maps Reveal How Rapidly Antarctica Is Melting Away – Inverse

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Feb 212018
 

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New NASA Maps Reveal How Rapidly Antarctica Is Melting Away
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If the world was a glass of water, Antarctica would be the biggest ice cube floating in it. The southernmost continent is almost completely covered by a thick layer of ice known as the Antarctic ice sheet, which makes up about 90 percent of the world's
NASA's newly released map shows how quickly Antarctica is melting awayMLive.com
NASA Photos Reveal How Fast Antarctic Ice Sheets Are Melting Into The OceansNewsweek
The Ice Melting Speed Of Antarctica Has Been Presented In A Recent NASA StudyHealth Thoroughfare
Phys.Org –Clarksville Online
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Rescued Radar Maps Reveal Antarctica’s Past – Scientific American

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Dec 172017
 

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Rescued Radar Maps Reveal Antarctica's Past
Scientific American
Glaciologists will soon have a treasure trove of data for exploring how Antarctica's underbelly has changed over nearly half a century. An international team of researchers has scanned and digitized 2 million records from pioneering aeroplane radar

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Rescued radar maps reveal Antarctica’s past – Nature.com

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Dec 142017
 

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Rescued radar maps reveal Antarctica's past
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The digitized data extend the record of changes at the bottom of the ice sheet, such as the formation of channels as Antarctica's ice flows, by more than two decades. “All of a sudden it allows us to understand how dynamic the bottom of the ice sheet
East Antarctic Ice Has a Wild Past. It May Be a HarbingerNational Geographic
East Antarctic Ice Sheet Has History of InstabilityUT News | The University of Texas at Austin
Melting of East Antarctic Ice Sheet could cripple major US citiesEurekAlert (press release)
International Business Times UK –Mashable
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Could octopus DNA reveal the secrets of west Antarctica’s ice sheet collapse? – The Guardian

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Nov 242017
 

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Could octopus DNA reveal the secrets of west Antarctica's ice sheet collapse?
The Guardian
Hundreds of millions of people living around coasts and cities around the globe might be interested in the answer, as would cartographers who would need to be redrawing maps of the world. Deep underneath the ice in west Antarctica is a break in the
The bizarre beauty of ice: NASA reveals strange 'finger rafting' pattern in Antarctica's sea iceDaily Mail
THIN ICE: Antarctic glaciers could flood the planetCarbon News

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Massive offshore oil well leaked 10,500 litres into the ocean off Australia’s coast for TWO MONTHS – but officials ‘covered it up’ and still won’t reveal where it happened

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May 182017
 

The leak went on for up to 60 days and spilled oil at a rate of up to 175 litres a day, a spokesman told Daily Mail Australia. But Nopsema declined to reveal exactly where the spill occurred or the company involved, only that it occurred in the North West …
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