effects of climate change

effects of climate change

Fisheries could be in hot water due to climate change

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As our planet warms from excess carbon in the atmosphere, some of that heat is absorbed by the ocean. Fish and invertebrates are responding to warming waters by moving to higher latitudes or deeper waters where the water is cooler, and it was expected that these shifts would eventually...
Fisheries could be in hot water due to climate change

Apps Rush: The Pirates, Good, Sid Meier's Pirates, Fragile Earth, The Scouts, Voice Answer and more

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What's new on the app stores on Friday 20 April 2012A selection of 17 new apps for you today:The Pirates! Band of Misfits Movie StorybookAardman's new animated film is receiving rave reviews, and now it's got an official storybook app for iOS by Zuuka. It includes audio from the film's...
Apps Rush: The Pirates, Good, Sid Meier's Pirates, Fragile Earth, The Scouts, Voice Answer and more

Mount Everest as you've never seen it: zoom in on the remarkable 2bn pixel image

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An incredible new zoom photograph shows Everest in extreme detail, highlighting the effects of climate change and allowing viewers to navigate around base camp and the mountainEd Douglas...
Mount Everest as you've never seen it: zoom in on the remarkable 2bn pixel image

Mapping the Great Barrier Reef (Using Google Street View)

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How to explore a coral reef -- no goggles required ">The Great Barrier Reef, just off the Australia's Queensland coast, is the largest structure in the world that's composed of living organisms. (You can see it from space!) It's a lush -- and, visually, pretty magical -- ecosystem, one that...
Mapping the Great Barrier Reef (Using Google Street View)

Zoom in on Mount Everest in a gigapixel photograph

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An incredible new zoom photograph shows Everest in extreme detail, highlighting the effects of climate change and allowing viewers to navigate around base camp and the mountainIt's a famous view, but few have ever seen Everest as up close and personal before. Filmmaker and climate-change campaigner David Breashears spent this...
Zoom in on Mount Everest in a gigapixel photograph
Energy Department kicks off its giant Titan supercomputer with thousands of Nvidia and AMD chips

Peru's native potato campaign puts spotlight on extreme poverty

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Doris Mejía explains how her NGO turned mass attention on the plight of Andean communities through a Facebook campaignIt's not often you identify potatoes with campaigning, but in South America that is what we have managed to do. By pushing the drive for consuming native potato through a Facebook campaign,...
Peru's native potato campaign puts spotlight on extreme poverty

Strong opinions on climate change are self-reinforcing

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saxarocks We all know it’s hard to change someone’s mind. In an ideal, rational world, a person’s opinion about some topic would be based on several pieces of evidence. If you were to supply that person with several pieces of stronger evidence that point in another direction, you might...
Strong opinions on climate change are self-reinforcing

Reading - Kashmir’s economy feels the effects of #climate change - http://bit.ly/cc5Tpt

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Reading - Kashmir’s economy feels the effects of #climate change - http://bit.ly/cc5Tpt

Behold: The Largest Iceberg Breakup Ever Caught on Film

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The effects of climate change, in one gorgeous, terrifying video. So, wow. Wowwowwow. A group of filmmakers, making a movie called, aptly, Chasing Ice, have captured what they claim to be the largest iceberg calving ever filmed. After weeks of waiting, The Guardian reports, the filmakers witnessed 7.4 cubic km...
Behold: The Largest Iceberg Breakup Ever Caught on Film
Spring flowers blooming earlier than experiments predict
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