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Moon, the Best Place to Assess the Earths Climate Changes

A University of Wisconsin researcher believes that the Moon might be the best place from which to study climatic changes taking place on Earth. According to Shoapeng Huang, National Aeronautic Space Agency (NASA) data collected over a period of 41 months in the 1970s show variations taking...

ESA contributes to ocean carbon cycle research

... The earths oceans play a vital role in the carbon cycle, making it imperative that we understand marine biological activity enough to predict how our planet will...

Envisat makes first ever observation of regionally elevated CO2 from manmade emissions

... the burning of fossil fuels (oil, coal, gas) for power generation, industry and traffic. "The natural CO 2 fluxes between the atmosphere and the earths surface are typically much larger than the CO 2 fluxes arising from manmade CO 2 emissions, making the detection of regional anthropogenic CO 2 emi...

New portrait of Earth shows land cover as never before

... A new global portrait taken from space details earths land cover with a resolution never before obtained. ESA, in partnership wit...eek at the 2nd GlobCover User Consultation workshop held in Rome, Italy. earths land cover has been charted from space before, but this map, which will be ...

Large source of nitrate, a potential water contaminant, found in near-surface desert soils

...ound that the nitrate they observed in association with desert pavement was consistent across the landforms. Deserts account for about one-third of earths land area, Graham said. If our findings in the Mojave can be extrapolated to deserts worldwide, the amount of nitrate and nitrogen stored in near-s...

Microbes as climate engineers

...ology Today. Humans are continually altering the atmosphere. Arrogant organisms that we are, it is easy to view this as something entirely novel in earths history, says Dr Dave Reay from the University of Edinburgh. In truth of course, micro-organisms have been at it for billions of years. Humans affe...

Climate change, gender differences, health among EurekAlert! 10 Most Popular Stories in 2007

...est for EurekAlert! users in 2007. This interest was reflected through two stories that portrayed significantly different messages about the future of earths climate. The EurekAlert! 10 Most Popular Stories in 2007 were identified by monitoring Web site traffic and isolating the news releases that receive...

Greeks get space-based help in wake of deadly fires

...st forest fires to hit Greece in decades. According to data from ESAs ERS-2 and Envisat satellites, which continuously survey fires burning across the earths surface with onboard sensors, Greece experienced more wildfire activity this August than other European countries experienced over the last decade. ...

Corals added to IUCN Red List of Threatened Species for first time

...nt initiative of IUCN and CI launched in 2005 with the support of dozens of experts and research institutions. The GMSA is studying a large portion of earths marine species to determine the threat of extinction. These Galapagos corals and algae are the first of many marine species that will be added to ...

Envisat Captured Breath of Volcano

...canoes presenting the greatest danger. Satellite radar, such as that aboard Envisat and ERS-2, allows scientists to track small changes in the earths movement that improves their ability to predict volcanic eruptions. Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry, InSAR for short, involves mathema...
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Earths in Biological News

Nonstick and laser-safe gold aids laser trapping of biomolecules

... to carry out mission work, such as reproducing and verifying piconewton-scale force measurements using DNA, Perkins says. (A one-kilogram mass on the earths surface exerts a force of roughly 10 newtons. A piconewton is 0.000 000 000 001 newtons. See JILA Finds Flaw in Model Describing DNA Elasticity NIST T...

Nanocrystals reveal activity within cells

...re transparent to near-infrared light, making these nanocrystals well suited for imaging living systems with minimal damage or light scatter. "Rare earths have been known to show phosphorescent behavior, like how the old-style television screen glows green after you shut it off. These nanocrystals draw o...

The continents as a heat blanket

...e plates. To date however, there has been no realistic mathematicalphysical theory describing the interaction between the convective movement in the earths mantle and the continental drift. V. Trubitsin, M. Kaban und M. Rothacher from the GFZ have now developed a numerical model, based on the current posi...

The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation to host important symposium on chemistry and the environment

...emistry, the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Prather will present new insights into the chemistry of aerosols and their ability to change the earths temperature in her talk on the role of aerosols in climate change. Dianne Newman, John and Dorothy Wilson Professor of Biology and Geobiology, Mass...

Surprisingly rapid changes in the Earth's core discovered

...hagen, have shown that motions in the fluid in the earths core are changing surprisingly fast, and that this...ur Planet. The very precise measurements of the earths magnetic field delivered by the geosatellite CHAMP...ve computed a model for the flow at the top of the earths core that fits with the recent rapid changes in th...

Young mineral scientists rock!

... Whats going on in the earths core, why are there magnetic anomalies in rocks, h...d pressures corresponding to those existing in the earths deep interior. Hence, one aim of the EuroMinScI...r of EuroMinScIs MCEC (Mineralogy and Chemistry of earths Core) project and works with iron-nickel alloy, th...

Scientists announce top 10 new species, issue SOS

...Observed Species report card on human knowledge of earths species. In it, they report that 16,969 species ne...o not realize just how incomplete our knowledge of earths species is or the steady rate at which taxonomists...rt: There are many reasons that scientists explore earths species: to discover and document the results of e...

Scorched Earth millenium map shows 'fire scars'

...arbon storage and flows. We have used the VEGETATION instrument onboard the SPOT European satellite, which collects reflected solar energy from the earths surface, providing global coverage on almost a daily basis. When vegetation burns the amount of reflected energy is altered, long enough for us to ...

NASA presentations at American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly

...ter superstorms that release plasma into the solar wind that interacts with earths magnetosphere. Presenters will discuss the details of their models finding that low-energy particles from the plasmasphere, a donut-shaped region of earths magnetosphere, become energized and are the main influence on pressurizing ...

Study in Science cites impact of anthropogenic nitrogen on ocean biology, atmospheric CO2

...ts of Atmospheric Anthropogenic Nitrogen on the Open Ocean. Spearheaded by Dr. Robert Duce from Texas A&M, the study highlights the importance of the earths nitrogen cycle, and its vital link to the global carbon cycle, especially the atmospheric concentration of CO2, the greenhouse gas responsible for mos...
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Europium discovery

...rare earths, europium is most likely to lose its magnetism under high pressures due to its electronic structure. In an elemental solid almost all rare earths are trivalent, which means that each atom releases three electrons to conduct electricity. "However, when europium atoms condense to form a solid, ...

Kiwa Bio-Tech 2nd Quarter Revenues Increase 61.7% to $3 Million, Six Month Revenues Top $5.2 Million

... specializes in mineral resource development of nonmetallic clays and earths in order to enhance the natural functions of the materials. By combining these earths with organic materials, improved bio-feeds and bio-fertilizers can be m...

Kiwa Bio-Tech in Collaboration Discussions with Beijing Hai Xin Science and Technology Co., Ltd.

...e that specializes in mineral resource development of nonmetallic clays and earths in order to enhance the natural functions of the materials. By combining these earths with organic materials, improved bio-feeds and bio-fertilizers can be manuf...

Experts prove the geochemical origin of part of the CO2 emissions in semiarid climates

...tters, the need of getting to know the annual levels of carbon in different earths ecosystems. Scientists connected with the CEAMA-Andalusian Centre for the E... CO2 is one of the main greenhouse gases which contributes to the rise of earths temperature. Serrano Ortizs study is the first one focused on carbonated se...

International team of scientists discover clue to delay of life on Earth

...EMPE, Ariz. Scientists from around the world have reconstructed changes in earths ancient ocean chemistry during a broad sweep of geological time, from about...to the high levels measured in modern, oxygen-rich seawater. By studying earths ancient oceans, atmosphere and biology we can test how well we understand t...

Nanoscience will change the way we think about the world

...ipal reservoir, since they cover 70 percent of the earths surface. There, nanominerals can come from process...ppens is along earthquake-generating faults in the earths crust, reported by several researchers cited in th...ple is the movement of harmful heavy metals in the earths critical zone. In ongoing research at the Clark Fo...

NASA technology helps predict and prevent future pandemic outbreaks

... Program, scientists have been able to observe the earths environment to help predict and prevent infectious...tious diseases to thrive depends on changes in the earths environment such as the climate, precipitation and...and in use by scientists to collect data about the earths atmosphere. Remote sensing technology not only ...

Let there be light: new magnet design continues magnet lab's tradition of innovation

...est-field split magnet in the world attains 18 tesla. Tesla is a measurement of the strength of a magnetic field; 1 tesla is equal to 20,000 times the earths magnetic field. Magnetism is a critical component of a surprising number of modern technologies, including MRIs and disk drives, and high-field mag...

Specialists in infectious disease and global health convene at Philadelphia meeting

...erican Red Cross will elaborate on this national concern. NASA Technology Used to Prevent Ebola and Malaria: Researchers have been monitoring the earths climate in an effort to track deadly outbreaks of malaria and Ebola viruses using NASA satellite imagery. Climate changes can indicate where outbreak...

Greeks get space-based help in wake of deadly fires

...st forest fires to hit Greece in decades. According to data from ESAs ERS-2 and Envisat satellites, which continuously survey fires burning across the earths surface with onboard sensors, Greece experienced more wildfire activity this August than other European countries experienced over the last decade. ...
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