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NASA Analysis Say 2005 Was The Warmest Year

The century’s warmest year was 2005, according to a NASA analysis. The other warmest years are 1998, 2002, 2003 and 2004, respectively. Even in the Artic region, the year 2005 was reportedly unusually warm. For the purposes of their analysis, the scientists used temperature data from weather // sta...

Study suggests surface water contaminated with salmonella more common than thought

...oncentration of Salmonella increased as temperatures increased. The highest concentrations and greatest diversity of strains were found in August, the warmest month of the year. Lipp adds that her study, which was funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Joint Program on Climate Variabil...

Video: On 100th Anniversary, Mental Health America Declares 'It's Time for Mental Health'

...tional leaders and long-time advocates in the mental health field today praised Mental Health America on its century of achievement: "I extend my warmest congratulations to Mental Health America on reaching its 100th Anniversary. This extraordinary day honors the remarkable accomplishments of the oldest...

Z Trim Holdings, Inc. Releases Letter to Shareholders

...st importantly, you, our valued shareholders. We look forward to seeing you at our annual shareholders' meeting on December 30, 2008. warmest regards, Steve Cohen President DISCLOSURE NOTICE: The information contained in this letter is as of December 4, 2008. The Company ...

Pond in High Artic Drying Up Due to Global Warming

...has been no decline in rain and snowfall in the region but Environment Canada has reported that Arctic temperatures have been rising, and 2006 was the warmest year on record for that part of the Arctic. Some arctic ponds have drained when the permafrost melted beneath them, these ponds sit above bedr...

'Metro' - a Witty Look at Insensitivities of City Life

... understanding. While Sharman and Kangana are surprisingly chemistry-less in their screen relationships, Irrfan and Konkona come across as the warmest couple of this jigsaw of life. Watch them in the seashore sequence and savor their outstanding emotive faculties. "Metro" is maneuvered forwar...

World Environment Day (International Polar Year)

...e together conducted a study and report that since 1978, the polar ice cap has shrunk by 30 percent. Incidentally, the Arctic summer this year was the warmest in 400 years! The Greenland ice sheet is melting three times faster today than it was five years ago, according to a new study. The f...

Winter Warmth Breaks All Records

... Winter in the northern hemisphere this year has been the warmest since records began more than 125 years ago, raising fears of global warmin...ratures were continuing to rise by a fifth of a degree every decade. The 10 warmest years on record have occurred since 1995. Weather experts predict that...
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2005 was the warmest year in a century

The year 2005 may have been the warmest year in a century, according to NASA scientists studying temperature data from around the world. Climatologists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York City noted that the highest global annual average surface temperature in more th...

August 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

... Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5GG, UK. Pages 699-702. The Middle Miocene Climatic Optimum (16 to 14 million years ago), considered generally to be the warmest period in Earth's history within the past 25 million years, saw a major shift in climate from global warming to cooling. This reversal of climatic war...

Foretelling a major meltdown

...speculation about unprecedented future happenings, but in the scientific discovery and analysis of mineral samples formed during the Eocene Epoch, the warmest period on earth in the last 65 million years. What Lowenstein and his colleague Robert Demicco at Binghamton University have discovered is that na...

Tropical rainforest and mountain species may be threatened by global warming

...onventional wisdom, tropical plant and animal species living in some of the warmest places on Earth may be threatened by global warming, according to an articl...agmented by human land use. Meanwhile, tropical lowland rainforests, the warmest forests on Earth, face a challenge that has no parallel at higher latitudes...

Elsevier congratulates its British Medical Association Award winning medical authors and editors

...nt as a permanent memorial to Professor Hanno Boon, one of the authors, who was murdered during the preparation of this book." "Congratulations and warmest thanks to all of the authors, editors and Elsevier publishing staff who worked on these prize-winning titles!," remarked Linda Belfus, Senior Vice Pre...

Antarctica's coldest, darkest season draws Montana State University researchers

... BOZEMAN, Mont. -- John Priscu normally works in Antarctica during its warmest and longest days. He usually shares the continent with scientists from all over the world. This year is different. The Montana State University ...

Ancient fish bones reveal impacts of global warming beneath the sea

...of the processes by which global warming might affect marine fish species near Denmark, researchers have investigated the fish fauna during one of the warmest prehistoric periods (the warm Atlantic period: ca. 70003900 BC). A total of 108,000 fish bones were identified, and amongst them were bones of man...

IOS Press congratulates IPCC with Nobel Peace Prize

...ion and marketing outside India of this journal and several other TERI publications. We are very proud to work with Dr. Pachauri and hereby extend our warmest congratulations. Through the scientific reports it has issued over the past two decades, the IPCC has created an ever-broader informed consensus ab...

Fossil record supports evidence of impending mass extinction

.... Moreover, future predicted temperatures are within the range of the warmest greenhouse phases that are associated with mass extinction events identifie...t mass extinction event of all, the end-Permian, occurred during one of the warmest ever climatic phases and saw the estimated extinction of 95 per cent of ani...

UC Riverside biologist receives prestigious MacArthur Fellowship

...k is a wonderful example of the tremendous value of research on fundamental mechanisms of life. I join her colleagues at UC Riverside in offering our warmest congratulations. Scientists have long been fascinated with spider silks used by spiders to move, trap and store food, and to reproduce because of...
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Ecologists propose first prevention for white-nose syndrome death in bats

...es and survive the winter is to provide them with a heat source, so they don't have to create as much body heat when they rouse. Bats often fly to the warmest parts of their cave during bouts of arousal. "They already do this in the wild," Boyles says. "What we're suggesting is accentuating that behavio...
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