Exposed: Location of sites where licences have been granted for the use of drones within the U.S. There are 63 active sites based in 20 states. Red flags show active sites and blue show those locations where licences have expired … Continue reading →
Japanese Tsunami debris will make landfall soon on small atolls northwest of the main Hawaiian Islands Lumber, boats and other debris ripped from Japanese coastal towns by tsunamis last year have spread across some 3,000 miles to areas halfway across … Continue reading →
Bering Sea cold pool keeps fish from moving north Associated Press | Oct 23, 2011 by DAN JOLING ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — As scientists observed climate warming in the Bering Sea, they suspected valuable commercial fish species such as Pacific … Continue reading →
Hide the decline bloomberg.com | Aug 22, 2011 By Jim Efstathiou Jr. Michael Mann, a Pennsylvania researcher who’s been a target of climate-change skeptics, was cleared of wrongdoing by U.S. investigators in the flap surrounding e-mails hacked from a U.K. … Continue reading →
The mystery of the orange gunk that appeared out of the skies and on the shores, roof tops, and rain buckets in remote Kivalina, Alaska last week is somewhat solved. The orange substance that dried ...
New York Times | Feb 24, 2011 By LESLIE KAUFMAN An inquiry by a federal watchdog agency found no evidence that scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration manipulated climate data to buttress the evidence in support of global … Continue reading →
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