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56-Year-Old Grandmother Heads to Antarctica to Run Her Seventh Worldwide Marathon in Under a Year

... Great Wall of China, Easter Island, Kenya (Safaricom), Reykjavik, and Melbourne marathons. Now she's heading to Antarctica to run along its freezing glaciers on March 10, for what will be her seventh and final continent on her mission. "I can't believe it's finally here," says Linda Quirk. "This past ...

Climate change could impact vital functions of microbes

... Treseder. Rising temperatures are also having an effect on snowpack and glaciers and that could be detrimental to the communities of microorganisms living b...ub-freezing zone underneath glaciers. As global temperatures rise and glaciers retreat, these microorganisms lose their habitat. They will probably go ex...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- May 21, 2008

... ARTICLE #1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Melting glaciers may release DDT and contaminate Antarctic environment Environmental Scien...eninsula has increased by about 10 degrees Fahrenheit in the last 30 years, glaciers have retreated. The possibility that glacial meltwater has contaminated Ant...

Around the World with Diabetes

...t diabetes keep me from doing the things I love," he tells Diabetes Forecast, "such as hiking the Inca Trail in Peru or sailing through the fjords and glaciers of Patagonia." Also in the May 2008 issue: Time to get ready for camp! While most kids worry about scary stories around the campfire and mosqu...

Chilean Lake Disappears, Thanks to Global Warming

... Scientists have been warning that glaciers are receding and lakes are drying up in Latin Amer...oint, said Romero. Experts now say melting glaciers put pressure on an ice wall that acted as a dam, c...ance. They suggested the melting of nearby glaciers raised the lake's level to the point where the inc...

Global Warming Threatens Tibet

... River on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. "The glaciers at the source of the Yangtze River are shrinking m... The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau used to boast 36,000 glaciers with an area of 50,000 sq km which feed several of...ast Asia. In the past 100 years, the area of these glaciers has shrunk by 30 percent, the scientists claimed. ...

Rivers in China Shrinking Due to Climate Change

... period 2001-06. Another WWF study showed global warming has caused glaciers to shrink, frozen earth to melt, grasslands to turn yellow and rivers to dry up. The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau used to boast of 36,000 glaciers covering an area of 50,000 sq km. In the past 100 years, their area has shr...

Indian Weather Station Near Glacier to Study Global Warming

...rding to a report by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), several glaciers in India are falling prey to global warming. "If the trend continues, then not many glaciers will be left for mountaineers to climb by the middle of the century. We wan...

Delivering the Green Message to Children

...hallenge provided the issues are made real to them. "We should talk about where the shoe pinches. We need to explain to the students that if the glaciers in the North Pole or the South Pole melt, there can be floods in Kolkata and Mumbai, where their relatives and favourite Bollywood actors will have a ...

Japanese Expedition Clears Half Ton of Garbage from Mt. Everest

...e past organised similar expeditions and hopes this will not be his last. "For the future, I would be keen on studying the impact of global warming on glaciers in the Himalayas, he said. The world's highest peak is well known for littering by climbers. Most of the garbage is never brought down by t...
glaciers in Biological News

Rutgers biologist to study worms in Amazon, glaciers

CAMDEN -- Look out, Indiana Jones. Dan Shain is redefining the term "summer action hero" with voyages to frozen glaciers and the steamy Amazon planned, all in the name of scientific research. Like the cinematic icon, Shain, an associate professor of biology at RutgersCamden, travels to exotic...

Penguins exposed to DDT from melting glaciers

Decades after most countries stopped using the insecticide DDT, frozen stores of the chemical are now dripping out of melting Antarctic glaciers - and into penguins. A marine biologist in the US, who sampled DDT levels in Adlie penguins, is worried that the chemical could be an indication that oth...

August 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...d but too dry for the development of glaciers. Instead, the region consisted of a great Arctic steppe, bound by mountains to the south and continental glaciers to the north, west, and east. This vast plain was a veritable Serengeti, host to megafauna like the steppe bison, woolly mammoth, Yukon horse, western...

Early initiation of Arctic sea-ice formation

... also suggests the possibility of concomitant glacial ice," say the researchers, and indeed they find some evidence for the presence of small isolated glaciers at the time. Furthermore, their data indicate that sea ice formed in the Arctic before it did in Antarctica. Atmospheric levels of the greenhouse g...

Climate change could drive vast human migrations

...ome Pacific island nations including the Maldives (pop. 300,000) are already considering prospects for total relocation. Ongoing melting of alpine glaciers in the Himalayas will devastate the heavily irrigated farmlands of Asia by increasing floods and decreasing long-term water supplies. The glacier-fed ...

Cantabrian cornice has experienced seven cooling and warming phases over past 41,000 years

...er the past 41,000 years. An analysis carried out by other authors on data relating to pollen, marine isotope stratigraphy, and materials deposited by glaciers backs this up this result. The water rat was king of the Late Pleistocene According to the study, there were four unstable cold periods, two ...

Scientists urge global action to preserve water supplies for billions worldwide

...ead of mountain moraines, masses of debris left by retreating glaciers, which have become unstable reservoirs created by rapid glacial melt. Himalayan glaciers supply more than 1 billion people in Asia with drinking water. Participants also discussed methods by which water resource management solutions tha...

Indigenous peoples at world summit to share climate change observations, coping techniques

... some areas where Indigenous People depend on Alpine flora for medicines, grazing and food, the growing season could be cut in half should the loss of glaciers continue and agriculture become dependent solely on rainfall; Kenya: Protracted droughts are killing livestock on which the Samburu People depend...

Poison: It's what's for dinner

...ojave Desert of southwestern Utah, southern Nevada and inland southeastern California. But things were changing as the last Ice Age waned. "As the glaciers were receding, creosote bush was invading," says Dearing. "The Southwestern deserts were being formed as the land was becoming hotter and drier, and c...

Desert woodrats switch one dietary poison for another

...the Mojave Desert of southwestern Utah, southern Nevada and inland southeastern California. But things changed as the last Ice Age waned. As the glaciers receded, creosote bush invaded. The Southwestern deserts formed as the land became hotter and drier, and creosote bush replaced juniper trees in those...
glaciers in Biological Technology

Venter Institute Launches the J. Robert Beyster and Life Technologies 2009-2010 Research Voyage of the Sorcerer II Expedition

...e West Coast of the U.S. and into Alaska. While in Alaska the Sorcerer II took samples in Glacier Bay National Park including water taken from melting glaciers there. Throughout 2008, the Sorcerer II conducted extensive sampling in the waters off San Diego and the coast of California, Oregon and Washing...

Glacial records depict ice age climate in synch worldwide

...nerals found in boulders carried by South American glaciers thousands of years ago, a group of scientists from...bris - sand, gravel, clay, boulders - that ice age glaciers leave in their wakes. The new work suggests that i...raines that mark the waxing and waning of mountain glaciers in the Andes Mountains of Argentina. Using a te...
glaciers in Biological Definition

Bacterium

... yet others inhabit acidic or alkaline environments and are called acidophiles and alkaliphiles , respectively; and still others inhabit alpine glaciers and are called psychrophiles . Movement Motile bacteria can move about, either using flagella , bacterial gliding , or changes of buoyan...

Bacterium

... yet others inhabit acidic or alkaline environments and are called acidophiles and alkaliphiles , respectively; and still others inhabit alpine glaciers and are called psychrophiles . Movement Motile bacteria can move about, either using flagella , bacterial gliding , or changes of buoyan...
glaciers in Biological Dictionary

Oral groove

...e Joint. Oral Groove : illustration. Articles. Glacier: grooves left by glaciers ... Groove Home Page - Microsoft Office Online ... Tongue and Groove Joint. Oral Groove : illustration. Articles. Glacier: grooves left by glaciers ... groove (gr v) n. 1. A long narrow furrow or channel. ... musicto...
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