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Chinook Salmon Introduced to Mountain Streams Not Inhabited for 100 Years

The historic reintroduction of Chinook salmon into a California creek this spring will help secure another generation of this iconic species. State and federal biologists have been busy moving endangered adult winter-run Chinook salmon to the upper reaches of Battle Creek and threatened spring-run Chinook salmon to Clear Creek in Northern California, where colder water temperatures […]

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Coral City Camera captures glorious world of reef ecosystems under global warming threat – India Today

Humans don’t know what they’re missing under the surface of a busy shipping channel in the “cruise capital of the world.” Just below the keels of massive ships, an underwater camera provides a live feed from another world, showing marine…

Critical global warming threshold may be crossed in next 5 years – Axios

There is a 50% chance that, during the next five years, the global average surface temperature will exceed 1.5°C above the preindustrial average for the first time in an individual year, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported Monday. Why it…

New Dimension for Coral Restoration: 3-D Printed Reefs Recreate Natural Diversity

An innovation interface tailors 3D-printed reefs to their marine environment and may curb reef devastation plaguing global coral ecosystems. In a new paper, researchers from four of Israel’s leading universities highlight a 3D printing method they developed to preserve coral reefs. Their innovation is based on the natural structure of coral reefs off the southern coastal […]

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How climate scientists keep hope alive as damage worsens – Oregon Public Broadcasting

University of Maine climate scientist Jacquelyn Gill examines a cone from a western pine at the Sawyer Environmental Research Center, Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in Orono, Maine. Gill says her work as a paleo-ecologist and climatologist has given her hope…

Earth’s water cycle is SPEEDING UP due to climate change, study warns – Daily Mail

Earth’s water cycle is speeding up due to climate change, according to a new study, potentially resulting in more intense rainstorms and faster melting of the ice caps. As global temperatures increase, climate scientists predict there will be an increase…

New Report: Microbes Play Critical Role in Climate Change – Kauai Now

Bleached coral. (Photos courtesy of American Society for Microbiology Microbes and Climate Change Report) A new report co-authored by a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa oceanographer shows that microbes might be small, but they are highly impactful to environmental and…

Extreme global warming could see major ocean life extinction – New Scientist

A computer model based on past mass extinctions predicts the percentages of marine organisms that may be lost in best and worst-case scenarios Environment 28 April 2022 By Michael Le Page Fish in the Ceram Sea off Indonesia Alex Mustard/Nature…

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