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UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Divina Grossman and officials from the University's School for Marine Science & Technology praised legislators today for their continued commitment to invest in cooperative fisheries research that engages scientists and fishermen in the pursuit of accurate data.
Research meteorologists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Marine Meteorology Division and Scripps Institution of Oceanography, employing the Navy's Mid-Course Doppler Radar at Cape Canaveral, were able to characterize mid-level, mixed-phase altocumulus clouds.
The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori delivers the sermon at Christ Church in Savannah on Sunday, July 20, 2014.
A container filled with millions of Lego pieces fell into the sea off Cornwall in 1997.
An international team of scientists plan to spend months watching ice melt. But although it will take longer and cost a lot more than watching paint dry, it will be much more interesting and rewarding.
In a place at the very top of the Northern Hemisphere scientists are collecting the most important samples.
University of Washington researcher Lara Whitely Binder will explore that very question, Thursday, July 24, at the San Juan Island Grange, beginning at 7 p.m. Whitely Binder, outreach and climate adaptation specialist of the U of W Climate Impacts Group , will discuss that group's goal to increase resilience of the Pacific Northwest to fluctuations ... (more)
Darlene Bissonette, a St. Lawrence Central High School teacher, will attend the 21st session of the Maury Project Workshop offered by the U. S. Naval Academy.
Migrants from sub-Saharan Africa await processing in the port of Tripoli after attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe December 5, 2011.
University officials and the region's legislators will be joined by their local, regional, statewide, and federal partners to discuss SMAST's critical research to help address critical issues related to fisheries and fishing communities.
Each year,, James Randi, the scientist who debunked Uri Geller's claim that he bent spoons with his mind, holds "The Amazing Meeting" of like-minded people who want to chew on life's mysteries and share some laughs.
One local high school teacher returned to the classroom this summer, but it just so happened it was a floating classroom out on the river.
They're not recognizable like polar bears or whales. But phytoplankton are a key part of life in the Arctic - and now, they're at the center of a new research effort to predict how the region will respond to climate change.
Image Caption: The international team set out the instruments in March, when the floating ice was thick enough to land a plane.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:25 am
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