Energy Costs To Keep Super-Giant Oilfields Operating Rise Dramatically As Extraction Rates Drop, Study Finds

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Jul 192017
 

The energy costs of operating the world’s largest “super-giant” oil fields can rise dramatically as extraction (“production”) rates begin dropping, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change

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Treated Fracking Wastewater Contaminated Watershed With Radium and Endocrine Disrupters, Study Finds

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Jul 182017
 

A study in the Marcellus Shale region of western Pennsylvania has shown that even after being treated, wastewater from hydraulic fracturing operations left significant contamination in a waterway downstream of treatment plants. Researchers from Penn …
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Study shows avian flu may infect bats – Wisconsin State Farmer

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Jul 092017
 

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Study shows avian flu may infect bats
Wisconsin State Farmer
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Bats, which make up about a third of all mammalian species, play an important role in our ecosystem. They eat bugs that “bug” us, pollinate more than 500 species of plants, including banana and cacao, and distribute the seeds of …

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Fix shale oil production pollution before it gets worse, study leader says

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Jun 202017
 

such as wastewater disposal – to drinking water pollution or the exponential rise in Texas earthquakes. “This study is yet another indication that the campaign to shut down fracking is based on politics, not science,” Steve Everley, spokesman for Texans …
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Energy Dept. Pulls The Rug Out From Under Its Own Coal-Friendly Grid Study With Pitch For Wind, Solar

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Jun 052017
 

One day before the Trump Paris pullout, the US Energy Department came through with a pitch for wind and solar energy and a seamless national grid

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USGS Study Reaffirms: No Fracking Contamination of Groundwater in Gulf Shale

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Jun 022017
 

Water is life. The slogan began as a catchphrase at the Dakota Access Pipeline this summer, but has been rapidly adopted by various other green groups concerned by potential environmental contamination from energy development. For years, fracking, which …
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US Interior Department Suppresses Sea Level Rise Study Conclusion

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May 242017
 

The US Geographic Service has deleted a sentence connecting the rise in sea level to climate change. One researcher calls it a “crime against the American people.”

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Global Warming Is Turning Antarctica Green, Study Says – TIME

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May 202017
 

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Global Warming Is Turning Antarctica Green, Study Says
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The growth of Antarctic greening is also expected to increase as temperatures continue to rise, according to the study. The study says the results suggest Antarctica's ecosystems will "alter rapidly under future warming, leading to major changes in the
Antarctica turning green as climate change takes hold, says scientific studyCNBC
Fast-Growing Moss Is Turning Antarctica GreenNational Geographic
Climate Change Is Turning Antarctica GreenScientific American
Science Magazine –Gizmodo Australia –Washington Post
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Antarctica turning green as climate change takes hold, says scientific study – CNBC

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May 192017
 

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Antarctica turning green as climate change takes hold, says scientific study
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In people's minds, Antarctica may appear as a bleak white landscape but scientists claim the continent is turning green because of a warming in the climate. A team of British researchers have tested three separate sites and concluded that the quantity
Thanks to global warming, Antarctica is starting to turn greenThe Denver Post
Antarctica Is Going Green, And Not In A Good WayForbes
Climate change making Antarctica greenerNEWS.com.au
The Guardian –CBC.ca –Daily Maverick
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‘Dragon skin ice’ filmed off Antarctica as scientists study winter behaviour – ABC Online

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May 062017
 

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'Dragon skin ice' filmed off Antarctica as scientists study winter behaviour
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The expedition, a collaboration between the University of Tasmania, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Northeastern University in the US, is unusual because most research trips to Antarctica occur in summer. Hobart scientist Guy Williams, from

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