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Earth on Pace for Hottest Year on Record

Source: NOAA's National Climatic Data Center

Earth on Pace for Hottest Year on Record

Source: Phys.org/Seth Borenstein - October 22, 2014

Earth is on pace to tie or even break the mark for the hottest year on record, U.S. meteorologists say.

That's because global heat records more…

To Get Over Fear Of Sharks, Try Swimming With Them

Photo: Jean-Marie Ghislain

To Get Over Fear Of Sharks, Try Swimming With Them

Source: The Telegraph/Chris Moss - October 21, 2014

Galeophobia – the excessive and persistent fear of sharks – is one of the most widespread of all phobias.

It kind of makes sense. First, more…

UK Not Doing Enough To Protect Harbour Porpoise

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UK Not Doing Enough To Protect Harbour Porpoise

Source: The Guardian/Arthur Neslen - October 20, 2014

Britain is facing a referral to the European Court of Justice within two months unless it designates more protection sites for harbour porpoises, a threatened more…

Roz Savage Rowed Across Three Oceans–By Herself

Source: BVPVisuals.com

Roz Savage Rowed Across Three Oceans–By Herself

Source: Fortune/Jennifer Reingold - October 17, 2014

Existential crises happen. Most people buy a sports car. But when Roz Savage—then a consultant in her 30s—had one, she did something rather different. With more…

ISS RapidScat Monitors Ocean Storms From Space

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ISS RapidScat Monitors Ocean Storms From Space

Source: Phys.org/NASA - October 16, 2014

On Sept. 20, NASA launched a sequel to a classic Earth science mission that was a hit with researchers and forecasters of hurricanes and other more…

Birth Control Pills Nearly Wipe Out Fathead Minnow

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Birth Control Pills Nearly Wipe Out Fathead Minnow

Source: CTV News/Aly Thomson - October 15, 2014

HALIFAX -- The lead researcher of a new study is calling for improvements to some of Canada's waste water treatment facilities after finding that introducing more…

Climate Change Becomes Military Issue

Photo: Tech. Sgt. Paul Flipse/US Air Force

Climate Change Becomes Military Issue

Source: AP/Lolita C Baldor - October 14, 2014

AREQUIPA, Peru (AP) — Rising sea levels and other effects of climate change will pose major challenges for America's military, including more and worse natural more…

Saving The Danube

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Saving The Danube

Source: The Independent/Stephen McGrath - October 13, 2014

Heavily polluted by communism's industries, and with an ancient fish species in critical danger due to extensive damming and illegal fishing, the River Danube is more…

New Study Analyzes Government’s Role in Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

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New Study Analyzes Government’s Role in Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Source: Phys.org/Jon Reidel - October 10, 2014

A recent ruling by a federal judge that BP was "grossly negligent" in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig spill in the Gulf of Mexico more…

Pacific Island Nations, United States Agree To $90m Tuna Deal

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Pacific Island Nations, United States Agree To $90m Tuna Deal

Source: ABC AU/Jemima Garrett - October 9, 2014

Pacific Island countries and the United States have reached a $90 million tuna deal, which is believed to be the world's most lucrative fishing access more…