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Louisiana Curtails Coastal Plan

Louisiana Curtails Coastal Plan

Officials are temporarily scaling back their ambitions for a massive sand berms program that was designed to block oil from hitting coastal marshes but that continues to draw federal opposition.

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Lagos Expansion Into Atlantic Ocean, Nigeria

Lagos Expansion Into Atlantic Ocean, Nigeria

By 2016, Lagos will get a new city to be built on nine million square metres of reclaimed land about 2.4 kilometres into the Atlantic Ocean, south of Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island.

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So Much to Learn About the Oceans From Sand

So Much to Learn About the Oceans From Sand

Rob Holman, a coastal oceanographer from Oregon State University, has collected more than 860 samples of sand, from all continents.

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Global Groundwater Depletion Leads to Sea Level Rise

Global Groundwater Depletion Leads to Sea Level Rise

Scientists have conducted a global assessment on the current large-scale abstraction of groundwater worldwide, and the effect of groundwater depletion on sea level rise, with remarkable results.

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Me and you three; 2 Years, 4 Artists, 8 Beaches: Part Two

Me and you three; 2 Years, 4 Artists, 8 Beaches: Part Two

Groups of young people from three Isle of Wight’s schools visited the “Me and You: 2 years, 4 artists, 8 beaches” exhibition, and showed their responses in the form of their own artwork.

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Mechanised Sand Mining to Attract Criminal Action

Mechanised Sand Mining to Attract Criminal Action

Facing strong criticism from the Opposition and environmentalists over wisespread quarrying of sand in the Tamirabarani river basin in Tirunelveli and Thoothukudi districts and Palar river basin in Vellore and Kanchipuram, chief minister M. Karunanidhi ordered the ban on mechanised sand quarrying.

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New York Seas to Rise Twice as Much as Rest of U.S.

New York Seas to Rise Twice as Much as Rest of U.S.

Sea levels around New York City and much of the U.S. Northeast will rise twice as much as in other parts of the United States this century, according to new climate models.

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Copenhagen Accord Loopholes and Risks to the “Rainforests of the Sea”

Copenhagen Accord Loopholes and Risks to the “Rainforests of the Sea”

A global temperature increase of up to 4.2 º C and the end of coral reefs, the “Rainforests of the Sea,” could become reality by 2100 if national targets are not revised in the Copenhagen Accord.

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