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Reader objects to global warming post, says consensus was against Galileo
This 2011 file photo shows a flooded road on Hatteras Island, N.C., after Hurricane Irene swept through the area the previous day cutting the roadway in five locations.
Mon May 20, 2013
Amazon River exhales virtually all carbon taken up by rainforest
Plants use carbon dioxide from the air to grow parts that eventually fall to the ground to decompose or get washed away by the region's plentiful rainfall.
Oceanographer Sylvia Earle kicks off Northeastern's Sustaining Coastal Cities Conference
Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Society Explorer in Residence, called Her Deepness by The New Yorker and The New York Times , Living Legend by the Library of Congress, and first "Hero for the Planet" by Time Magazine , will be speaking at Northeastern University on May 22, 2013.
Times of Oman
'Quake risk higher than estimated'
Muscat: Recent research has revealed that the Makran Subduction Zone is more prone to earthquakes and tsunami hazards than previously thought.
New in GEOLOGY: Gems, Darwin, Mars, Hemp, Snowball Earth, a Siberian Impact Crater, and More
Boulder, Colo., USA A- New Geology articles posted online ahead of print 9 and 16 May 2013 cover a wide swath of geoscience subdisciplines, including minerals exploration, archaeology, planetary geology, tectonics, oceanography, geophysics, and paleobotany.
Elizabeth Kolbert: What's at stake in Obama's Keystone decision.
A lot of what's known about carbon dioxide in the atmosphere can be traced back to a chemist named Charles David Keeling, who, in 1958, persuaded the U.S. Weather Bureau to install a set of monitoring devices at its Mauna Loa observatory, on the island of Hawaii.
Sun May 19, 2013
SETTING OF CLIMATE MILDSTONE May 9, 2013 was declared to be the day of climate milestone after the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere exceeded 400 parts per million .
New lab to give scientists underwater access
The $239 million National Science Foundation project will install video cameras, seismic monitors and other gauges along a volcano in deep waters off the Pacific Northwest coast, giving researchers the ability to monitor activity 2 miles below the ocean surface.
Moss Landing Marina Labs Student Wins Statewide Research Competition
California State University announced that Brian Maurer of the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories' Biological Oceanography Lab won a top award for research in Biological and Agricultural Sciences.
Summit County Voice
European forecasters look to NAO for climate clues
Just as weather forecasters in the western U.S. look at El NiA o and La NiA a to help get a handle on season outlooks, European meteorologists are carefully analyzing the North Atlantic Oscillation for climate clues.
Sat May 18, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Commencement set for today at Wilson College of Chambersburg
Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Society explorer in residence and a noted scientist, oceanographer, environmental advocate and author, will address the graduating class at Wilson College's 143rd commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m. today.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Climate change worries 4 in 5 San Diegans
More than four out of five San Diegans are concerned about climate change, according to a newly released poll commissioned by a coalition of local universities and policy groups.
Expert: SD Surfer Bit Postmortem
A surfer who was found dead near Tourmaline Surf Park Wednesday night was apparently bitten by a shark after he drowned, according to officials.
Fri May 17, 2013
St. Petersburg Times
Editorial: Time running out to address climate change
The big threat to Florida's future that elected leaders aren't talking about: the average amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Survivor Beach to 'SUP-port' Quest to Conquer Cancer
UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center will host the 7th annual Survivor Beach onA Sunday, June 2. The event, which has become a La Jolla tradition, will feature a stand-upA paddleboard competition, beach festival with food trucks and more.
The Darien Daily Voice
YWCA Honors Darien, Norwalk Women Of Distinction
DARIEN, Conn. -- The YWCA hosted the fourth Annual Darien/Norwalk Women of Distinction Luncheon on Thursday at Woodway Country Club in Darien.
Central Kitsap Reporter
Red algea reported in Puget Sound harmless
Red algea blooms reported in Sinclair Inlet and other areas of Puget Sound are harmless, the Department of Ecology says.
Underwater Earthquake Recordings Reveal Mysterious Whale Calls
A fin whale is the second-largest animal after the blue whale. Researchers from the University of Washington have discovered that earthquake-detecting sensors off Vancouver Island also help monitor fin whale swimming patterns.
Thu May 16, 2013
Filmmaker, explorer James Cameron to be honored with science prize
California's Scripps Institution of Oceanography says it will honor filmmaker and ocean explorer James Cameron with its Nierenberg science prize.
Carbon Dioxide Milestone Revised by NOAA
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced last week that carbon dioxide concentrations at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii surpassed the milestone 400 parts per million for a sustained period.