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Climate change in a nutshell: the causes and effects of global warming, simply put – Physics World – physicsworld.com

Taken from the October 2021 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World app. Laura Hiscott reviews Small Gases, Big Effect: This is Climate Change by David Nelles and Christian Serrer…

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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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…

Global warming will have major consequences for lakes worldwide – Earth.com

A new study led by Vrije University Brussel (VUB) has found that climate change severely affects lakes all over the world. According to the research team, global changes in lake temperatures and ice cover are not caused by natural climate…

Marmara Sea getting warmer due to global warming, pollution – Hurriyet Daily News

EDİRNE The upper layers of the waters of Marmara Sea are getting warmer due to global warming and pollution, an expert has warned. Speaking at an organization in the northwestern province of Edirne, hydro-biologist Mehmet Levent Artüz stressed the dangers…

Study Reports Incredible New Numbers For Critically Endangered Grauer’s Gorilla Species

A new study estimated the global population of Grauer’s gorillas—the world’s largest gorilla subspecies–and it reported good news for rangers, nonprofits, and caretakers who have been saving this Critically Endangered animal. From a previous global estimate of 3,800 individuals, the number has almost doubled to 6,800 individuals. This revised estimate comes from recent field surveys […]

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Climate change: a simple guide to understanding global warming | Technique – thedailyguardian.net

Global temperatures are rising due to human activity and climate change is now threatening all aspects of our lives. Look: Farmers and scientists in Peru develop climate-resistant potatoes If this increase is not controlled, humans and nature will suffer from…

Amur Tigers Are Back From the Brink in China – Thanks to Government Policies

If you have a population of the world’s most endangered tiger in your country, what’s the best way to ensure your grandchildren can see them in the wild? Creating a national park twice the size of Yellowstone is a great place to start. That’s what China did, and it worked. Recent population censuses on the […]

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Carmichael coal mine threatens irreversible damage to Doongmabulla Springs and local ecology says new study

Doongmabulla Springs threatened by Carmichael mine New hydrology research from Flinders and Darwin Universities highlights the Bravus (formerly Adani) Carmichael Coal mine being develeped in the Galilee Basin of Central Queensland may permanently damage the Doongmabulla Springs and the acquifer water…

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