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Moving Up: Climate Change Forces Species to Higher Elevations
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Technology, animals, biodiversity, climate change, environment, global warming )

Scarlett
- 1911 days ago - treehugger.com
Mount Kinabalu on the island of Borneo is a major center of biodiversity. The large range of elevation creates unique habitat conditions from lower to higher elevations, leading to a rich diversity of life.
Ancient Trees Recorded in Mines
Science & Tech  (tags: Paleontology, fossils, trees, woods, extinct species, buries forests, coal, climate change )

Rooibos
- 2051 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Spectacular fossil forests have been found in the coal mines of Illinois by a US-UK team of researchers.
Ghost Ship Fleet Could Be a Silver Lining in Clouds of Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, climate, climate change, NewTechnology, technology, interesting, environment )

Cal
- 2058 days ago - timesonline.co.uk
It looks like something out of a Dan Dare comic book, and it might just help to save the world. A scientist at the University of Edinburgh has devised a new weapon in the fight against global warming: a fleet of 1,500 unmanned sailing ships creating wakes
Oceans Warm More Quickly Than Suspected: Study
Science & Tech  (tags: climate change, US, researchers, ocean, temperatures, warmed, Australian, US, climate models )

LL
- 2133 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The world's oceans have warmed 50 percent faster over the last 40 years than previously thought due to climate change, Australian and US climate researchers reported Wednesday. Higher ocean temperatures expand the volume of water, contributing to a rise
Ancient Fossils and Modern Climate Change: The Work of Jennifer McElwain
Science & Tech  (tags: scientist, climate change, fossils, paleontology )


- 2170 days ago - evolution.berkeley.edu
Dr. McElwain is a paleontologist who specializes in plant fossils. Her work relates to both mass extinctions and modern climate change issues.
Next Decade 'May See No Warming'
Science & Tech  (tags: earth, temperature, climate cycles, cooling phase, climate change, IPCC )

LL
- 2181 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
The Earth's temperature may stay roughly the same for a decade, as natural climate cycles enter a cooling phase, scientists have predicted. A new computer model developed by German researchers, reported in the journal Nature, suggests the cooling will co
How Conserving Electricity Is Bad for the Environment
Science & Tech  (tags: CO2emissions, globalwarming, climate change )

Chris
- 2181 days ago - gogreen.theconsortium.co.uk
All that saving of electricity you're doing: it's not helping the environment. If you're going to save electricity do it right.
Airbus Boss Says Aviation Unfairly Targeted Over Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: climate change, aircraft emmissions, aviation, Environmental activists, Kyoto Protocol, UN, biofuels, food crops )

LL
- 2204 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The aviation industry is being unfairly targeted over climate change and future reductions in aircraft emissions should be based on technological innovation rather than regulation, Airbus chief Tom Enders said Wednesday. The aviation industry is being unf
WHO: Climate Change Threatens Millions
Science & Tech  (tags: poverty, disease, hunger, WHO, world health, rainfall, rising temperatures, malaria, diarrhea, malnutrition, floods, climate change, heat waves, deforestation, immunizations, disaster preparedness )

LL
- 2205 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Millions of people could face poverty, disease and hunger as a result of rising temperatures and changing rainfall expected to hit poor countries the hardest, the World Health Organization warned Monday. Malaria, diarrhea, malnutrition and floods cause an
Curbing Soot Could Blunt Global Warming: Study
Science & Tech  (tags: black carbon, soot, stmosphere, global warming, climate change, biofuels, India, Ganges River, carbon emissions, forests, burning, carbon dioxide, China )

LL
- 2221 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Sharply reducing the amount of black carbon -- commonly known as soot -- in the atmosphere could help slow global warming and buy precious time in the long-term fight against climate change, according to a study released Sunday. Curbing soot emissions
'Doomsday Vault' to Protect World's Seeds
Science & Tech  (tags: science, Norwegian, Arctic, protection, plants, natural disasters, climate change )


- 2247 days ago - news.aol.com
LONGYEARBYEN, Norway (Feb. 26) - A "doomsday" seed vault built to protect millions of food crops from climate change, wars and natural disasters opened Tuesday deep within an Arctic mountain in the remote Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard.
Biofuels 'Are Not a Magic Bullet'
Science & Tech  (tags: biofuel, climate change, environment, business, carbon )

Klarabell
- 2289 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Biofuels may play a role in curbing climate change, says Britain's Royal Society, but may create environmental problems unless implemented with care.
Deep Sea Probe to Track Australian Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, science, study, climate change, oceans )

Gavin
- 2293 days ago - ecoworldly.com
Cool project tracking Australia's coral and what it says about climate change.
Denialism
Science & Tech  (tags: Denialism, global warming, climate change, lies, terrorism, world, usa, politics, bushadministration, climate, environment, greenhousegases, world, endangered, habitatdestruction, cover-up, crime, dishonesty, ethics, elections, abuse, science, study, health )

Mari
- 2318 days ago - scienceblogs.com
Denialism is the employment of rhetorical tactics to give the appearance of argument or legitimate debate, when in actuality there is none. These false arguments are used when one has few or no facts to support one's viewpoint against a scientific consens
Ancient Fish Bones Reveal Impacts of Global Warming Beneath the Sea
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, research, study, wildlife, habitat, climate, climate change, ecosystems, environment, oceans, world, future, technology )

J.
- 2323 days ago - hmapcoml.org
These studies are important contributions to the establishment of new baselines for management of marine ecosystems including conservation strategies for overexploited living resources.
 

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