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In the mountain base monitors North Korea's nuclear program

The North American command Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the joint Canadian-American organization warning of imminent threats from the skies, continues to monitor North Korea's nuclear program with the same intensity as at the height of the North Korean missile test. In fact, NORAD and the head of the Northern Command Center in the US, Col. Travis Morehen, a Canadian, says …

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Ten times bigger than Hiroshima: how North Korea's huge nuclear blast collapsed a mountain

The test took place under the mountain. Mantap on North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test site on September 3, 2017, which collapsed the mountain (Reuters / Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University / Google Earth) Using advanced technology, scientists have compiled detailed radar data to show the devastating effects of North Korea's largest underground nuclear test. The test took place …

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Heavy Mountain Snow, heavy storms on the plains «CBS Denver

By Ashton Altieri DENVER (CBS4) – A wide range of weather will occur over Colorado through Thursday, including heavy snowfall in the higher mountains and another chance for heavy or heavy thunderstorms on the eastern plains. [19659003] For Denver and the Front Range, rain is possible at all times until Thursday afternoon, but the best chance will come late Wednesday …

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Mountain erosion may add CO2 to the atmosphere

14 April 2018 Scientists have long known that steep mountain ranges can draw carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere – erosion exposes new rock, so it starts a chemical reaction between minerals on hill slopes and CO2 in the A recent study by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), however, has turned this idea on its head. In paper …

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Mountain erosion obviously increases carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, does not reduce it

Mountain erosion, long believed to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, obviously increases it, although the source is not geological. Does the discovery affect the phenomenon of climate change? ( Fayez Nureldine | AFP | Getty Images ) Mountain erosion, a process that for a long time believed to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, apparently does the opposite, according …

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Mountain erosion can add CO2 to the atmosphere: study

New York, April 13 The mountain erosion process can be a source of new carbon dioxide, releasing it back into the atmosphere much faster than it is absorbed into newly exposed rocks, a study shows. The source of this additional CO2 is not completely geological. Instead, it's the by-product of tiny microbes in mountain soils that "eat" old sources of …

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