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Antarctica's Southern Ocean May No Longer Help Delay Global Warming
Science & Tech  (tags: Antarctica, Southern Ocean, Oceanographers, temperature and sea level rise, CO2, research )

Judy
- 17 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Researchers are studying the ocean's carbon dynamics to improve predictions for sea level and temperature rise.
Five Solomon Islands Disappear Into the Pacific Ocean as a Result of Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: Australia, climate change, CO2, environment, global warming, NASA, news, US Geological Survey, world )

Kayleen
- 211 days ago - abcnews.go.com
All due to man-made climate change as in global warming. NASA reports that the seas could rise by 7 meters in coming years and decimate the world's coastal communities, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
As Ocean Acidification Threatens the West Coast, Scientists Try to Stop It
Science & Tech  (tags: CO2, environment, food fish, fossil fuels, interesting, news, ocean acidification, Oregon State University, science, world )

Kayleen
- 244 days ago - csmonitor.com
Urgent action must be taken to avoid devastating consequences to the North American West Coast due to global CO2 emissions. Food fish and the entire ocean ecosystem are at risk, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Human-Made Climate Change May Be Suppressing the Next Ice Age (Update)
Science & Tech  (tags: Anthropocene, humans, geology, climate, climate change, ice age, glacial cycles, CO2, paleoclimatology, the Deglacial )

Judy
- 325 days ago - phys.org
Humanity has become a geological force capable of suppressing the beginning of the next ice age....The bottom line is that we are basically skipping a whole glacial cycle, which is unprecedented.
What's Fueling the Rise of Algae in the Oceans?
Science & Tech  (tags: algae, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, CO2, discovery, environment, greenhouse gases, interesting, Johns Hopkins University, news, science, world )

Kayleen
- 372 days ago - csmonitor.com
Phytoplankton is rapidly growing in the North Atlantic due to higher CO2 levels in EarthâEUR(TM)s oceans. They're the 'canary in the coal mine,' telling us where we are headed climatologically, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Global Warming Slowdown 'Could Last Another Decade'
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, environment, global warming, temperatures, IPCC, CO2 )

Raymond
- 837 days ago - bbc.co.uk
The hiatus in the rise in global temperatures could last for another 10 years, according to new research.
Is It Time We Start Saying the E Word? By Pakalolo
Science & Tech  (tags: extinction, the 6th mass extinction, earth, sea life, dinasaurs, co2, methane, ecosystems, environment )

Nancy
- 920 days ago - dailykos.com
There has been five mass extinctions in our planets history due to either asteroid impacts, climate change caused by volcanism and the shifting of tectonic plates. The sixth mass extinction is being fueled by you and me.
Carbon Dioxide Could Save Strawberries From Parasitic Mites
Science & Tech  (tags: study, science, parasite, parasitic mites, prevention, chemical based pesticide, CO2, carbon dioxide, agriculture, Japan )

Naoko
- 1395 days ago - mainichi.jp
A method of protecting strawberry plantsfrom two-spotted spider mites without chemical-based pesticides might help farmers in Miyagi Prefecture who were devastated by the tsunami on March 11, 2011.
Synthetic Gasoline For $1.50/Gallon and No Emissions
Science & Tech  (tags: Synthetic Gasoline, Emissions, fuel, oil, co2 )

Anna
- 2140 days ago - news.discovery.com
Administrations dating back to the Nixon years have touted a "get off foreign oil" policy that, to date, has really gone no where. We're still on foreign oil. But now we might have a chance to get on foreign synthetic gasoline.
Scientists Create 'Dry Water' That Can Be Used to Soak Up Carbon Dioxide
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Dry Water, CO2, gas )

Anna
- 2294 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
It sounds like a contradiction in terms, but scientists have created 'dry water'.Each particle of dry water contains a water droplet surrounded by a sandy silica coating. In fact, 95 per cent of dry water is 'wet' water.
Even Plants Cannot Help Cool Earth If CO2 Is in Excess: Study
Science & Tech  (tags: Biology, CO2, plant physiology, study, transpiration, cooling, warming the earth )

Marta
- 2394 days ago - beta.thehindu.com
Contrary to the belief that plants could help cool earth, scientists have found that they will directly warm the land surface when there is excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Search Engines' Dirty Secret
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, search engines, laws of thermodynamics, electrons, CO2 )

Marta
- 2435 days ago - newscientist.com
The term search "engine" is apt. Searches are powered by millions of computers packed into warehouses, all wired together to function as a single system. Like any system, it obeys the laws of thermodynamics, and therefore wastes energy.
Solar Energy Converted to Sugars
Science & Tech  (tags: photosynthesis, solar energy, CO2, Science )

Alisa
- 2457 days ago - sciencedaily.com
For decades, farmers have been trying to find ways to get more energy out of the sun. In natural photosynthesis, plants take in solar energy and carbon dioxide and then convert it to oxygen and sugars.
Tiny Warriors Join Energy Hunt
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, NewTechnology, Co2, convert, micro-organism, JAMSTEC, lignite, methane, coalfield, Japan )

Naoko
- 2527 days ago - yomiuri.co.jp
The Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) is developing a technology to seal off carbon dioxide in seabed coalfields and convert it into natural gas, or methane, using microorganisms, according to the source.
Scientists Search for Carbon Solutions in Amazonia's 'Black Earth'
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, CO2, Amazon, gardening, discovery, archaeology, interesting, ancient, research, CO2emissions, climate-change, Sustainabililty, food, greenliving, green, sustainable, energy, coolstuff, CO2emissions, conservation )

Michael
- 2825 days ago - solveclimate.com
jet-black patches of dirt so fertile that they could be planted continuously for over 40 years without applying fertilizer.++they could augment soil fertility and, perhaps, leach carbon out of the atmosphere and reverse global warming.
 

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