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Carbon dioxide from Silicon Valley influences the chemistry of Monterey Bay

This map shows how carbon dioxide from land areas throughout Monterey Bay is blown with morning-land breezes. Picture credits: Basic image: Google Earth MBARI researchers have recently measured high concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air that were blown into the sea from cities and agricultural areas, including Silicon Valley. A new article in PLOS ONE estimates that this previously …

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The carbon dioxide content of the earth is highest for 3 million years

CLOSE New research indicates that the Earth's climate for heating can cause catastrophic flooding. USA TODAY Highlights of the story Greenland was largely green. The carbon was so high the last time. Even traces of CO2 in the atmosphere can raise temperatures around the world. The gas is hot invisible, odorless and colorless. Carbon dioxide – the gas scientists are …

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Carbon power plants emitted in 2018 more than ever before

A worker walks past a coal coking plant in Yuncheng, Shanxi Province, China, in January 2018 past coal mines. (William Hong / Reuters) Chris Mooney Reporter on Climate Change, Energy and Environment. Brady Dennis Reporter focusing on environmental policy and public health issues 25. March at 20:21 Global energy experts released bleak results on Monday, saying that not only are …

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How electricity-eating microbes use electrons to fix carbon dioxide – ScienceDaily

New research at Washington University in St. Louis explains the cellular processes that allow a sun-loving microbe to "eat" electrons to transfer electricity to use carbon dioxide as fuel for their growth. Under the guidance of Arpita Bose, Assistant Professor of Biology in the Arts and Sciences, and Michael Guzman, a graduate student in her lab, a team from Washington …

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How electricity-eating microbes use electrons to fix carbon dioxide – ScienceDaily

New research at Washington University in St. Louis explains the cellular processes that allow a sun-loving microbe to "eat" electrons to transfer electricity to use carbon dioxide as fuel for their growth. Under the guidance of Arpita Bose, Assistant Professor of Biology in the Arts and Sciences, and Michael Guzman, a graduate student in her lab, a team from Washington …

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SpaceX is an all-in for steel starship and scrapped expensive carbon fiber BFR tools

In a totally unanticipated turn of events, SpaceX took the extraordinary step of definitively discarding both the BFR development tent in Port of Los Angeles and what appeared to be the majority of it, which meant the ultimate destroying of bespoke tools To support the production of BFR spacecraft and carbon composite boosters. SpaceX's state-of-the-art BFR production tools, which cost …

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Oceans absorb carbon four times faster than the 1980s – Axios

What They Have Done: For a new study published Thursday in the journal Science an international research team has determined how much carbon dioxide the oceans have absorbed. What they found: The study shows that between 1994 and 2007, the oceans had absorbed more than 100 billion tons of CO2, which represents about one third of the total emissions during …

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Carbon Nanotubes May Be Easy Way To Tinker With Plant Genetics: NPR

An artist's rendering shows a needle-like carbon nanotube delivering DNA through the wall of a plant cell. It may also be possible to use this method.                                                                            Courtesy of Markita del Carpio Landry                                       hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Markita del Carpio Landry               An artist's rendering shows a needle-like carbon nanotube delivering DNA through …

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According to groups, nationwide contaminated carbon water in groundwater

The report published Monday by the Environmental Integrity Project and Earthjustice highlights more than a dozen cases in which these substances have reached the drinking water supply. The full extent of the impact on drinking water supplies is not known, as private sources of drinking water are not tested, the report says. "Virtually all coal-fired power plants poison our water," …

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