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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot May Be Younger Than The United States

IFL Science 19 Jun 2024
Advertisement ... Advertisement ... However, a report from 1832 might have been of the same thing ... Image Credit ... It is, however, slightly older than Jonathan, the world’s oldest living tortoise. The study is open access in Geophysical Research Letters. .

Climate change fuels increased air turbulence

Gulf-Times 02 Jun 2024
Last year, a study published in Geophysical Research Letters found that turbulence in some parts of the world may already be on the rise, Bloomberg reported.When an aircraft is flying, air is flowing ...

Planetary Protection: Why study it? What can it teach us about finding life beyond Earth?

Universe Today 01 Jun 2024
Therefore, with these intriguing worlds being considered for exploration, what can planetary protection teach us about finding life beyond Earth? ... worlds are targets for future astrobiology research.

Glimpses of a volcanic world: New telescope images of Jupiter's moon Io rival those from spacecraft

Phys Dot Org 31 May 2024
The images, to be published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, reveal surface features as small as 50 miles across, a spatial resolution that until now had been achievable only with spacecraft sent to Jupiter ... Glimpses of a volcanic world.


Chicago Sun-Times 25 May 2024
... years, as well as computer simulations of the future, hypothetically warmer world with increased carbon dioxide," said Nakamura, who is a faculty member in the Department of the Geophysical Sciences.

Solaris unveils $35 bought deal after ending Chinese financing plan

Resource World 22 May 2024
... “bullseye” geophysical signature as the Warintza cluster. Warintza is a world class porphyry copper discovery, with untested gold potential, that the company has been able to expand in recent months.

The Mystery Of Circular Depressions Off California’s Coast Has Been Partially Solved

IFL Science 22 May 2024
Similar formations elsewhere in the world have been attributed to pockets of methane escaping through sediments, like the craters that have recently started appearing in Siberia.  ... world. .

Report: 'Urgent' change needed to tackle bullying in astronomy and geophysics

Phys Dot Org 17 May 2024
"Urgent" action is needed to address an "insidious" and systemic bullying problem within the world of astronomy and geophysics, a warns ... call to everyone in the world of astronomy and geophysics.

'Dancing' raisins: A simple kitchen experiment reveals how objects can extract energy from their environment

Phys Dot Org 14 May 2024
Many people have a first-rate lab right in their own homes—their kitchen ... New insights about the physical world, from geophysics to biology, will continue to emerge from tabletop-scale experiments—and perhaps from right in the kitchen ... Saverio E.

Looking for life on Enceladus: What questions should we ask?

Phys Dot Org 09 May 2024
On the brink of this new era of space exploration, Davila and Eigenbrode propose a strategic research framework for studying Enceladus and similar ocean worlds. Their proposed framework, published in the Journal of Geophysical Research.

Ocean Heat Pummels the Great Barrier Reef, Again

Dissident Voice 27 Apr 2024
Coral bleaching at the World Heritage-listed reef is “experiencing its worst mass bleaching event on record.” ... biologist Terry Hughes, James Cook University, Australia (world class marine research).

World's oases threatened by desertification, even as humans expand them

Phys Dot Org 22 Apr 2024
Oases are important habitats and water sources for dryland regions, sustaining 10% of the world's population despite taking up about 1.5% of land area ... the world ... Provided by American Geophysical Union.

Heat from El Niño can warm oceans off West Antarctica—and melt floating ice shelves from below

Phys Dot Org 09 Apr 2024
To figure out what is going on and to prepare for the future, we need to tease apart the different drivers—especially El Niño-Southern Oscillation, the world's largest year-to-year natural climate driver ... Geophysical Research Letters.

The Soapbox: We Didn’t Start The Fire

The Cross Timbers Gazette 08 Apr 2024
Halley’s Comet last appeared in 1986 when major world events such as Chernobyl in Ukraine, the U.S ... The bottom line of all of this is that while in the past some geophysical events preceded other major world events, including the birth of Christ.

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