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Weatherwatch: why summer nights are getting hotter

The Guardian 04 Aug 2022
... across most of the world, and a study, published in Geophysical Research Letters , confirms that rising greenhouse gases have been driving this trend.
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Taiwan tensions raise risks in one of busiest shipping lanesAny actions over Taiwan that affect ...

Deccan Herald 03 Aug 2022
China, as the world’s largest exporting nation, would ... More tropical cyclones enter the region surrounding the Philippines than anywhere else in the world, with an average of 20 per year, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.
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Taiwan tensions raise risks in one of busiest shipping lanes

Stars and Stripes 02 Aug 2022
China, as the world's largest exporting nation, ... More tropical cyclones enter the region surrounding the Philippines than anywhere else in the world, with an average of 20 per year, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.
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‘Soon it will be unrecognisable’: total climate meltdown cannot be stopped, says expert

The Observer 31 Jul 2022
And this is just the beginning, insists McGuire, who is emeritus professor of geophysical and climate hazards at University College London ... “A child born in 2020 will face a far more hostile world that its grandparents did,” McGuire insists ... The world needs to know how bad things are going to get before we can hope to start to tackle the crisis.”.
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Ireland reveals new underground seismic monitoring station in Mitchelstown Cave

The Irish Times 26 Jul 2022
Ireland’s first underground seismic station has been installed, allowing earthquakes from around the world as well as those much closer to home to be detected and analysed ... It is important that we are aware that, even though we may not feel it, the world is moving slowly beneath us all the time.
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Letter to the editor: What the real science world says about climate models

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 01 Jul 2022
In his op-ed “The mathematical truth about climate change” (June 21, TribLIVE), Richard Krauland questions the validity of climate modeling ... A Dec ... If Krauland truly seeks “guidance from the real science world,” he should consult this publication in Geophysical Research Letters. Robert Mitchell. Murrysville ... Categories ... Opinion.
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New 3D model will help guide exploration for rare earth element deposits in alkaline igneous systems

Phys Dot Org 30 Jun 2022
The model targets alkaline igneous systems, which host many of the world's REE deposits ... They are therefore vital for technologies that will support the world's transition to renewable energy, ranging from wind turbines to electric vehicles, communications networks and more.
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Fabled Reports on Geophysical Survey on the Bronson Property Book 6 Copper Occurrence – 350 ...

News-Press Now 23 Jun 2022
ii) Complete a focused program at the Book 6 vein target consisting of detailed sampling, Very Low Frequency Electromagnetic and ground magnetometer geophysical surveys and a UAV photogrammetry survey ... Photos 3, 4 - Bronson Property Book 6 Magnetometer Geophysical Survey.
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More digging needed to determine whether bones of fallen Waterloo soldiers were sold as fertilizer

Phys Dot Org 18 Jun 2022
But, to determine once and for all, as part of his role as the Lead Academic and an Archaeological Director at the charity Waterloo Uncovered, Professor Pollard will help to lead an "ambitious," several years-long geophysical survey, involving veterans who will join the dig to provide insight to world-class archaeologists ... Explore further ... DOI ... ....
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How Jesuit spirituality inspires, gives rise to great scientists

Hawaii Catholic Herald 08 Jun 2022
And of all the Catholic clergy who have made significant contributions to the world of science, more than half of them have been Jesuits ... In fact, astronomy has been a prominent pursuit of Jesuit scientists, who established observatories across the world; they also have been prominent in the fields of geophysics and meteorology.
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Scientists explain why Uranus and Neptune are different colors

Phys Dot Org 31 May 2022
"This is the first model to simultaneously fit observations of reflected sunlight from ultraviolet to near-infrared wavelengths," explains Professor Irwin, who is the lead author of a paper presenting this result in the Journal of Geophysical Research ... Irwin et al, Hazy blue worlds ... Journal of Geophysical Research.
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Hundreds of Ancient Pits Found at Stonehenge

Gizmodo 16 May 2022
... a world heritage site in southwestern England.
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Barren desert to fruitful farmland: Lessons from Israel

Jamaica Observer 14 May 2022
Israel is the only country in the world today that has fewer desert lands than it did 50 years ago ... Agricultural water scarcity is expected to increase in more than 80 per cent of the world’s croplands by 2050, according to a new study in the American Geophysical Union (AGU) journal Earth’s Future ... Interestingly, the world at large are meat eaters.
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New discoveries in wider Stonehenge landscape

Heritage Daily 12 May 2022
The discovery was made using geophysical and exploratory archaeological methods, including ... “Geophysical survey allows us to visualise what’s buried below the surface of entire landscapes ... Dr Nick Snashall, Archaeologist for the Stonehenge & Avebury World Heritage Site, said.
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Dynamics of ocean worlds likely controlled by their rotation

Phys Dot Org 09 May 2022
In a new study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research ... Suyash Bire et al, Exploring Ocean Circulation on Icy Moons Heated From Below, Journal of Geophysical Research ... Journal of Geophysical Research ... Provided by American Geophysical Union. This story is republished courtesy of Eos, hosted by the American Geophysical Union.

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