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Ocean Temps Rising Faster Than Scientists Thought: Report

The Science report linked the warming to more rain, increased sea levels, coral reef destruction, declining ocean oxygen levels and declines in ice sheets, glaciers and ice caps in polar environments. …

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Smelly harbours and lifeless waters? Lantau Tomorrow Vision reclamation could add to nearby ‘dead zone’, scientists warn

An ambitious plan to build artificial islands in Hong Kong waters could suffocate marine life, creating smelly harbours for future residents, ocean scientists warned, with some fearing that the propos…

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Scientists Say there is No Such Thing as Sustainable Palm Oil

Palm-oil forests certified as sustainable are being destroyed faster than non-certified land, according to researchers from Purdue University, reports The Independent. Plantations with eco …

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To Survive Antarctica, Scientists Enter a Kind of ‘Psychological Hibernation’ – Popular Mechanics


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To Survive Antarctica, Scientists Enter a Kind of 'Psychological Hibernation'
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Antarctica isn't for everyone. If we're being honest, it's not for humans at all. People are social creatures, and living at a base at the bottom of the world doesn't offer too many opportunities for interacting with others. Combine that with the near
Antarctic Winters Trigger Psychological Hibernation so People Can Cope With Isolation and DarknessNewsweek

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Antarctica: Scientists discover graveyard of dead continents beneath ice – The Independent


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Antarctica: Scientists discover graveyard of dead continents beneath ice
The Independent
The eastern section of Antarctica is buried beneath a thick ice sheet. Some scientists simply assumed that under that cold mass there was nothing more than a “frozen tectonic block,” a somewhat homogeneous mass that distinguished it from the mixed up …

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Scientists Prescribe A Healthy Dose Of Sulphate Particles To Promote Global Cooling On The Cheap

The Scream and climate changeResearchers at Harvard have proposed a plan for sulphate dispersal they say could cool the Earth by 1.5 degrees C within 15 years at minimal cost. Is ir real or just pie in the sky?

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Some of Earth’s Water Came From A Stream of Hydrogen Long Ago, Scientists Say

Only on Earth did this hydrogen mix with oxygen to create the watery world we know today. There are a number of theories surrounding the formation of Earth’s global ocean. Comets, which hold a …

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Why scientists are listening to these ice shelves in Antarctica sing – 9News.com KUSA


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Why scientists are listening to these ice shelves in Antarctica sing
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Antarctica is the closest thing you can come to visiting another planet without leaving the earth,” said Dr. Richard Aster, a geophysicist with Colorado State University. The icy region of the south pole is often called the most desolate place on earth.
Shhh … The Ice in Antarctica Is 'Singing'Live Science
Eerie music from AntarcticaMillennium Post
Antarctica scientists baffled by 'eerie humming' noise coming from UNDER iceDaily Star
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Weird ‘Singing’ Coming From Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf Recorded by Scientists – Newsweek


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Weird 'Singing' Coming From Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf Recorded by Scientists
Newsweek
A weird “singing” sound has been recorded coming from one of Antarctica's vast ice shelves. The “song” was recorded over two years during observations of seismic changes to the Ross Ice Shelf—a slab of ice about the size of Texas. "It's kind of like
Scientists Discover a Weird Noise Coming From Antarctic Ice ShelfGizmodo
Vibrating slab of Antarctic ice sounds like a horror movieMashable
Antarctic ice shelf 'sings' as winds whip across its surfaceScience Daily
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Antarctica storms strand scientists in New Zealand, delay significant work – Newshub


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Antarctica storms strand scientists in New Zealand, delay significant work
Newshub
Antarctica New Zealand general manager of operations Simon Trotter said even a two-week delay can be significant. "Although weather delays are beyond our control, we deal with them every year. All we can do is re-schedule and wait for the window of …
Wild weather in Antarctica delays annual journeyRadio New Zealand
Icy delay to AntarcticaScoop.co.nz
Antarctic storms force 'longest delays in decades' for scientistsStuff.co.nz

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