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Diver Finds 900-Year-old Sword Wielded in the Crusades Off the Coast of Ancient Israeli Town

A man in Israel noticed the unmistakable shape of a sword during a recreational dive, and it turned out to be a 900-year-old relic from the Crusades. Encrusted with shells and marine life, it’s not clear if the sword was from the Muslim or European side, but it’s now in possession of the Israeli Antiquity […]

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Where’s Walrus? You Can Help Scientists by Volunteering to Count Marine Mammals In Satellite Images

Scientists are appealing to the public to help them monitor the number of Walrus in the Arctic by looking at images—taken from space. The real-life Where’s Wally? project will see animal-lovers scanning satellite images to help monitor Walrus populations along the Arctic coastline. Conservationists hope that the ‘Walrus from Space’ research project will give a […]

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20,000 Pounds of Trash Removed From Pacific Garbage Patch: ‘Holy mother of god. It worked!’

“The Great Pacific Garbage Patch can now be cleaned,” announced Dutch entrepreneur Boyan Slat, the wonderkid inventor who’s spent a decade inventing systems for waterborne litter collection. Recent tests on his Ocean Cleanup rig called System 002, invented to tackle the 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic pollution, were a success, leading Slat to predict that […]

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Blue carbon can help climate change code red | Greenbiz – GreenBiz

This post originally appeared on NRDC’s Expert Blog. Global warming is escalating even faster than we thought. According to the recent IPCC Report, the global average temperature will approach and exceed the 1.5 degrees Celsius temperature threshold in the next…

Most CO2 From Australia’s Megafires Was Gobbled Up By Algal Blooms

When 715 million metric tons of carbon dioxide was coughed up into the atmosphere from the massive 2019-20 wildfires in Australia, scientists feared global warming had just been given a steroid shot. New research, however, reminds us of just how…

Deep-Ocean Cooling May Have Offset Global Warming Until 1990 – Eos

Tracking ocean temperatures has long helped scientists measure Earth’s accelerating energy imbalance, but researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara have now applied new machine learning techniques to extrapolate deep-ocean temperatures (below 2,000 meters) with surprising results. Whereas past…

Amid Energy Crisis, UK Refuses To Develop North Sea Natural Gas Field

The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has criticized the government’s decision to halt further natural gas development in the North Sea, in the middle of a worsening energy and gas cost crisis, as bizarre and irrational. According to media reports, the…

How Can We Overcome Anthropogenic Climate Change Effects on Marine Species and Ecology? – AZoCleantech

Human-induced climate change has led to a significant increase in the oceans’ temperatures. As a result of this, species and ecosystems are under threat of extinction. This article dives into ocean warming and explains some of the ways we can…

Most CO2 From Australia’s Megafires Has Been Offset by Algal Blooms Formed By Ash That Settled in the Ocean

When 715 million metric tons of carbon dioxide was coughed up into the atmosphere from the massive 2019-20 wildfires in Australia, scientists feared global warming had just been given a steroid shot. New research, however, reminds us of just how cyclical everything on our Earth is, by demonstrating that algal blooms in the ocean, feasting […]

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