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3 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
Don't let his pretty face fool you, Gary Finch has been in Okaloosa County this week on deadly serious business.
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Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
March 11 2011 was a tragic day for Japan and the world. The earthquake in Tohoku, Japan caused a tsunami, and the resulting tsunami-induced inundation has placed Japan into crisis.
10 hrs ago | RedOrbit
Image Caption: Flooding across Highway 78, San Diego County, Calif. The NASA/Scripps Institution of Oceanography-developed GPS natural hazards warning system was first used by NOAA in July 2013, in San Diego and Oxnard, Calif., to forecast a summer monsoon and issue accurate flash flood warnings.
11 hrs ago | Science Daily
Their findings suggest that these landslides result in smaller tsunami waves than previously thought by some authors, because of the processes involved.
15 hrs ago | Nova News Now
NS Saltwater Production Manager Cooke, Michael Szemerda - VP Saltwater Operations Cooke, Dr. Chris Moore - Dean of Science Dalhousie University, Dr. Martha Crago - VP Research Dalhousie University, Dr. Jon Grant - NSERC Cooke Industrial Research Chair, Dr. Richard Isenor - Atlantic Manager NSERC, Nell Halse - VP Communications Cooke, Andrew Lively ... (more)
China is accelerating its efforts to tap vast metal deposits on the ocean floor, with manned submersible Jiaolong scheduled to dive in the country's two contract areas in the northwest Pacific and the southwest Indian Ocean next year.
We've known for a while that the ocean is rapidly becoming too acidic for some forms of marine life to survive.
The following op-ed by Dal Vice-President Research Martha Crago first appeared in the Hill Times.
Brazil-based Barracuda Advanced Composites provided structural sandwich panels for the ECO research yacht fabricated by the Federal University of Santa Catarina.
Geologic Processes Deep Inside Earth: New Light On Genetic Makeup of Earth's Deep Microbial Life and Geochemistry of Lavas - Scientists at the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography are shedding light on the genetic makeup of Earth's deep microbial life and the geochemistry of the lavas that form the Earth's crust through ... (more)
However, little or no information is available about the amount, location, or nature of the materials that were dumped at most of these sites.
Oceanography professor Steven D'Hondt and other researchers are part of a team analyzing the DNA of organisms that live in sediments beneath the ocean floor.
"Contamination of our food and land now affecting the way we think"disease of the mind has set in world leaders."
World renowned coastal experts who visited KA piti last week say they will leave with a better understanding of coastal hazards affecting the district and the concerns of coastal residents.
J. Phys. Oceanogr. In Journal of Physical Oceanography, Vol. 16, No. 11. , pp. 1777-1798, doi:10.1175/1520-0485 016 Abstract Two experiments were performed to study the characteristics of turbulence in convective mixed layers in the upper Ocean.