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World War II Bombing Raids Offer New Insight Into the Effects of Aviation On Climate World War II Bombing Raids Offer New Insight Into the Effects of Aviation On Climate
[ Jul 11, 2011 - Share ]
http://www.enn.com/pollution/article/42904
Vesta Vesta
[ Jun 27, 2011 - Share ]
Vesta is an asteroid that is thought to be a remnant protoplanet with a differentiated interior and a mean diameter of about 530 km. Comprising an estimated 9% of the mass of the entire asteroid belt which lies between Mars and Jupiter. It is the second-most-massive object in the belt after the dwarf planet Ceres. NASA's Dawn spacecraft is on track to begin the first extended visit to a large asteroid. The mission expects to go into orbit around Vesta on July 16 and begin gathering science data in early August
Warm Ocean Under Antarctic Glacier Warm Ocean Under Antarctic Glacier
[ Jun 27, 2011 - Share ]
Pine Island Glacier is a large ice stream flowing west-northwest along the south side of the Hudson Mountains into Pine Island Bay, Amundsen Sea, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) from surveys and United States Navy air photos, 1960—66, and named in association with Pine Island Bay. The area drained by Pine Island Glacier comprises about 10% of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
Biofuels in Europe for Airlines Biofuels in Europe for Airlines
[ Jun 27, 2011 - Share ]
European airlines, biofuel producers and the European Commission signed an agreement on June 22 to produce two million tonnes of biofuel for aviation by 2020 even as debate rages over how green such fuels actually are. Airlines are keen to use biofuels as a way of cutting down on pollution from jet fuel but the use of food crops, such as palm oil, in their production has come under fire for taking land that could be used to grow food to feed people
The Energy Debate: Coal Vs. Nuclear The Energy Debate: Coal Vs. Nuclear
[ Jun 15, 2011 - Share ]
ScienceDaily (June 13, 2011) — As America struggles down the road toward a coherent energy policy that focuses on a higher degree of self-reliance, policymakers face numerous issues and realities. These include: the finite supply and environmental impact of fossil fuels, the feasibility and costs to implement a widespread switch to renewable energy sources, and the variables that lead to consumers' preferences for particular types of power generation
Climate Change and the West: A Picture of the Western United States in the Coming Decades Climate Change and the West: A Picture of the Western United States in the Coming Decades
[ Jun 15, 2011 - Share ]
Over the last several years, a picture has emerged of the American west in a climate-changed world
End of the Sunspot Cycle End of the Sunspot Cycle
[ Jun 15, 2011 - Share ]
Things may be about to get very dull on the sun. Three different measurements of solar activity, reported by scientists at a press conference today, suggest that the next 11-year-long solar cycle will be far quieter than the current one. In fact, it may not happen at all: Sunspots, the enormous magnetic storms that erupt on the sun's surface as the cycle builds, might disappear entirely for the first time in approximately 400 years
A Medium  Solar Flare A Medium Solar Flare
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
The Sun unleashed an M-2 (medium-sized) solar flare, an S1-class (minor) radiation storm and a spectacular coronal mass ejection on June 7, 2011. The large cloud of particles mushroomed up and fell back down looking as if it covered an area of almost half the solar surface. A solar flare is a sudden brightening observed over the Sun surface or the solar limb, which is interpreted as a large energy release of up a sixth of the total energy output of the Sun each second
China's CO2 emissions rise sharply China's CO2 emissions rise sharply
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
China's carbon dioxide emissions rose 10.4 percent in 2010 compared with the previous year, as global emissions rose at their fastest rate for more than four decades, data released by BP on Wednesday showed
Tidal Power Plant in East River Nears Federal Approval Tidal Power Plant in East River Nears Federal Approval
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
The nation's first tidal energy power plant may take shape in New York’s East River, under a pilot project recommended for approval last month by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC"). In December 2010, Verdant Power applied for a license to install 30 underwater turbines between Roosevelt Island and Queens, which would enable tidal power to be sold over the national electric grid for the first time ever
Extreme Heat the New Norm Extreme Heat the New Norm
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
The hottest summer day you remember from childhood could be the norm in a few decades; in fact it looks like the heat has already been cranked up
The Fight Against Mosquitoes The Fight Against Mosquitoes
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
Mosquitoes are not very popular with human beings. They suck your blood and can cause infections. Many ways have been devised to limit their attacks. Female mosquitoes are efficient carriers of deadly diseases such as malaria, dengue and yellow fever, resulting each year in several million deaths and hundreds of millions of cases. To find human hosts to bite and spread disease, these mosquitoes use exhaled carbon dioxide as a vital cue
Proposed new environmental regulations will cause AEP to retire 6 000 MW of U.S. coal generation Proposed new environmental regulations will cause AEP to retire 6 000 MW of U.S. coal generation
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
American Electric Power, one of the country's largest coal-burning utilities, said on Thursday it plans to retire nearly one-quarter of its coal fleet and retrofit other units at a cost of as much as $8 billion to comply with proposed environmental regulations
Calculating Water Footprints: How Much Water in Your Food Calculating Water Footprints: How Much Water in Your Food
[ Jun 10, 2011 - Share ]
Often, when you think about food production, it is only the carbon emissions in terms of fertilizer use, transportation etc that is accounted for. However, food production also has a steep water footprint. The water footprint is yet another environmental yardstick that measures how much water goes into the making of something
Dried Fruit or Fresh Fruit Dried Fruit or Fresh Fruit
[ Jun 7, 2011 - Share ]
Dried fruit is fruit where the majority of the original water content has been removed either naturally, through sun drying, or through the use of specialized dryers or dehydrators. Dried fruit has a long tradition of use dating back to the fourth millennium BC in Mesopotamia. Internationally recognized health researchers presented their views at the 30th World Nut & Dried Fruit Congress on May 21, 2011, recommending that food policy makers consider dried fruits equivalent to fresh fruits in dietary recommendations
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