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Ice loss from Antarctica has been sextupled since the 1970s, new research finds

The western edge of Iceberg A-68, calved from the Larsen C ice shelf, is taken from NASA's Operation IceBridge research aircraft near the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula in October 2017. (Mario Tama / Getty Images) Chris Mooney Reporter covering climate change, energy and the environment. Brady Dennis Reporter focusing on environmental policy and public health issues January 14 at …

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Research showing that the heat of the sea is getting steeper is not new. So what's up with all these headlines?

There is good evidence that the oceans are warming faster than expected. Now scientists have put together the puzzle pieces. The evolution of heat in the oceans is shown for the period 1993 to 2015. Yellow, orange, and red colors indicate locations where sea heat is present (Source: Lijing Cheng & NCAR, accessed from https://climatedataguide.ucar.edu/climate-data/cean-temperature-analysis-and-heat-content-stimate-atute-atmospheric-physics.))65500004soSo Today Tomorrow I see in …

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The warming of the ocean is accelerating faster than expected, new research results

Do you want environmental news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd: our email newsletter. Scientists say global ocean warming is accelerating faster than previously thought, a finding that has almost a dramatic impact on climate change. All greenhouse gas-trapped heat is stored in oceans. A new analysis, published in the journal Science on Thursday, found that the …

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Oxford Research: Oceans Warm at Equivalent to 1 Atomic Bomb Blast Per Second

Photo: Unsplash // Youtube According to a report from researchers at the University of Oxford, climate change has been at a pace equivalent to one atomic bomb explosion per second over the past 150 years. Huh? Researchers published the findings in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. They say the oceans are absorbing 90 percent of the excess energy …

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Google introduces new search feature to simplify long-term research

Google today introduces a new search feature that can help you search for a specific topic over a longer period of time. With the Google Account, you can search directly for results on your previous search history on a specific topic access. Whether you're looking for a new fitness routine or a few new recipes, your previous related searches are …

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Purdue icon and cancer research advocate Tyler Trent passes away

Tyler Trent, the Purdue alumnus who became a household name in the college football world and a highly influential figure in cancer-research advocacy, has died. He was 20. The Purdue Center for Cancer Research has news of Trent's passing Tuesday night. The Carmel has spent months in hospice care during the final stages of his battle with osteosarcoma, a form …

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January and February field research list and rewards

Following the usual chaos of Niantic switchgear (Sorry for those who claim they only get Spinda # 8 and Moltres), we now have the new research and rewards in the flow. We can now confirm that Ho-Oh and Lugia, including shiny shapes, are in breakthroughs. A new spinda form is live and many old tasks from old events like Go …

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Disruptive, disappointing, chaotic: shutdown brings scientific research up to date

WASHINGTON, DC – December 27: Visitors gather on December 27, 2018 in front of the US Capitol in Washington, DC. Hundreds of thousands of state workers are on vacation during downtime. (Photo by Bonnie Jo Mount / The Washington Post) Ben Guarino Reporter on Biology, Genetics, Nature, Paleontology and Science Culture 28. December at 15:19 Kay Behrensmeyer was suspected to …

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Twitter Inc: Refers to the seller's Citron Research report

An illustration image shows the Twitter logo in the eye of a woman from Berlin, November 7, 2013. REUTERS / Fabrizio Bensch / Illustration / File Photo – The shares of the social media company Twitter fell by 11.3 percent $ 29.22; The Biggest One-Day Drop in Nearly Five Months – The short seller's Citron Research says TWTR has become …

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Recent research has shown that tornadoes, unlike popular thinking, are shaped from the ground up

A tornado in Galatia, Kansas, on May 25, 2012, when it decayed. Picture credits: Jana Houser. New research questions existing assumptions about how tornadoes form. Historically, scientists assumed that the tornado rotation started in storm clouds and formed a funnel that moves down. This theory agrees with what storm hunters visually observe in the field. Viewers often report that funnel …

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