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Rivers in China Shrinking Due to Climate Change

...y of Sciences (CAS) as saying after an analysis of aerial photographs and satellite pictures, that the wetlands on the Tibetan Plateau had shrunk by over 10 percent over the past four decades. They also claimed that the wetlands at the origin of the Yangtze have suffered the most, contracting by 29 percen...

Motorists Getting Greyer, Greener, Thriftier: Nissan's Ghosn

...ed around a vehicle to give motorists a bird's eye aerial view of the car on a dashboard display. Another big consumer trend is less tolerance of greenhouse gas emissions, said Ghosn, who achieved legendary status in the automobile world for rescuing the loss-making Japanese automaker from the brink of ba...

Rescheduled: Aerial Mosquito Treatment for Philadelphia

...t of Environmental Protection announced today that aerial spraying operations to control large populations of mosquito larvae in Philadelphia have been rescheduled for Thursday, June 7. The treatments -- VectoLex CG, which is not a chemical pesticide, but is a species-specific bacterial agent that target...

Surfing Safer Than Soccer: Study

.... This is likely due to the aggressive turning and aerial maneuvers, which score highly in competitions, but also appear to place high stress on a surfer's knee," says Nathanson, who is also an emergency physician at The Miriam Hospital and an assistant professor at Brown Medical School, both in Providence,...

Another EEE case confirmed in Massachusets Boy

...dleborough was included in the Massachusets’ first aerial spraying on August eighth to kill the virus carrying mosquitoes. The boy was probably exposed to the virus after the spraying. The first two people to contract the virus this year in Massachusetts was a 52-year-old Lakeville woman and a 23-year-o...

Western Australia Witnesses Rise In Ross River Virus Infection

...restrict the spread of the virus such as extensive aerial spraying of insecticides and other mosquito kills. The pre-monsoon shower is believed to have created an ideal environment for insect breeding. "The problem is that this sort of mosquito can fly up to 50 kilometers so they're coming from outside ou...

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