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As Glaciers Melt, Science Seeks Data on Rising Seas

As Glaciers Melt, Science Seeks Data on Rising Seas

Researchers have recently been startled to see big changes unfold in both Greenland and Antarctica. The question is not whether the earth’s land ice is melting in response to the greenhouse gases people are generating, but whether it will happen much too fast for society to adjust.

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Russian Nuclear Power Plants Project

Russian Nuclear Power Plants Project

The idea of floating nuclear plant is simple, if quite scary: Outfit a barge with two 35-megawatts reactors, float them to a spot off the coast and run cables to land to distribute power. An FNPP set-up this size could power a city of 200,000.

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Kiribati Conference: Voices From the South Pacific – Part II

Kiribati Conference: Voices From the South Pacific – Part II

At only four metres above sea level, the small island nation of Kiribati is one of the countries most vulnerable to the effects of climate change and sea level rise. Kiribati’s Tarawa Climate Change Conference (TCCC) ended by giving birth to the Ambo Declaration.

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Water Flows and Coastal Ecosytems

Water Flows and Coastal Ecosytems

One of biggest factors promoting the diversity of coastal ocean life is how fast the water flows, according to new research by scientists at Brown University.

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Excavation to begin on Dauphin Island berm

Excavation to begin on Dauphin Island berm

A 4-mile-long stretch of shore-side berm on Dauphin Island’s public beach, built earlier this summer, using money received from BP, will be now knocked down and cleaned as part of an effort to improve the aesthetic value of the beach.

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EPA Tells Coastal States to Consider Rising Ocean Acidity

EPA Tells Coastal States to Consider Rising Ocean Acidity

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says some states with coastal waters that are becoming more acidic because of carbon dioxide, should list them as impaired.

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Parts of Los Angeles County ban plastic bags

Parts of Los Angeles County ban plastic bags

Parts of Los Angeles County have joined other California communities in banning stores from using single-use plastic bags.

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Caribbean Reef Ecosystems May Not Survive Repeated Stress

Caribbean Reef Ecosystems May Not Survive Repeated Stress

Coral reefs suffered now record losses as a consequence of high ocean temperatures in the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean in 2005, according to the most comprehensive documentation of basin-scale bleaching to date.

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Record number of British beaches reach highest European standards

Record number of British beaches reach highest European standards

The number of blue flag beaches in England fell from 82 in 2008 to 71 last year, largely as a result of detritus and pollution. However, 86.2% of beaches (425) in England and Wales meet higher guideline standards this year, a huge increase from previous figures.

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