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NASA: Sea Level Rise Of At Least 3 Feet Is Likely 'Unavoidable,' But Timetable For Dramatic Change Less Certain (VIDEO)
Hngn.com

NASA: Sea Level Rise Of At Least 3 Feet Is Likely 'Unavoidable...

NASA researchers are working to estimate how quickly the ocean will rise as glacier melt continues to accelerate. By Rebekah Marcarelli r.marcarelli@hngn.com | Aug 27, 2015 02:08 PM EDT How will the Greenland ice sheet and Antarctic ... Hngn.com, 13 hours ago
NASA Data Reveals Sea Levels are Rising--And Fast Science World Report, 11 hours ago
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GCaptain

Researchers Complete Pacific Garbage Patch Recon Ahead of Proposed Cleanup

The Ocean Cleanup successfully concluded the so-called Mega Expedition with the arrival of a first group of vessels including the fleet's 171-foot mothership in the port of San Francisco on Monday. Photo: The Ocean Cleanup By Emmett Berg ...
 GCaptain3 days ago There's so much plastic in our oceans that most birds will soon be eating it  Business Insider Australia10 hours ago Mega expedition maps plastic waste in the Pacific  Fish Information & Services2 days ago Ocean Cleanup completes plastic sampling  World Fishing2 days ago
PhysOrg.com

Ancient oceans were rich in gold: scientists

Australian researchers have struck gold, formulating a new technique to measure how much of the precious metal existed in the world's oceans over the past 3.5 billion years.Geologists from the University of Tasmania's ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Lab experiments question popular measure of ancient ocean temperatures  PhysOrg.com1 day ago Gold rush in a blue ocean  CHINAdaily.com.cn1 week ago Ancient ocean temperature measurement questioned  University of Washington7 hours ago
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Eurasia Review

Frequent Volcanic Eruptions Likely Cause Of Long-Term Ocean Cooling

By Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 An international team of researchers found an 1800 year-long cooling trend in the surface layer of the Earth's oceans, and that volcanic eruptions were the likely cause of the cooling from 801 to 1800 AD. The ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago July 2015 Global Temperature Average Hits New Record  Environmental Monitor9 hours ago 1,800 Years Of Global Ocean Cooling Halted By Global Warming  Eurasia Review1 week ago Long term ocean cooling ended with global warming  Environmental News Network1 week ago
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Washington Post

Richard Feely: Researching ocean acidification and prompting leaders to act

Every day, the oceans absorb 22 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions, acidifying the water and threatening the marine ecosystem and the welfare of coastal communities and businesses tied to the health of the sea. Richard Feely, a senior ...
 Washington Post1 week ago The Lowdown on Ocean Acidification  Marine Link3 days ago Ocean Acidification  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Crucial ocean-acidification models fall short  Deccan Herald3 days ago
Space.com

Earth-Like Alien World Could Have Vast Oceans

A small, rocky planet could host liquid water on its surface, if it also contains a carbon-dioxide atmosphere, researchers say. The planet, which scientists have dubbed Kepler-62f, has a diameter 40 percent larger than that of Earth, and could ...
 Space.com1 week ago Researchers plug carbon sink gaps  Mail & Guardian Online4 days ago Earth's Doppelganger May Have Vast Oceans  Sputnik1 week ago
ABC Radio Australia

Researchers sample giant rubbish vortex in Pacific Ocean as part of global, clean-up proposal

Researchers take the first steps towards cleaning up a massive, swirling cluster of rubbish floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, returning from mapping and sampling the vortex. Researchers have returned from mapping and sampling a massive, ...
 ABC Radio Australia3 days ago Diving into debris in Pacific  Oman Tribune3 days ago Meet the 21-year-old who thinks he can clean up the world's oceans  Breaking News.ie3 days ago Researchers sample enormous oceanic trash vortex ahead of clean-up proposal  AlertNet4 days ago
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Sputnik

Scientists Shocked by Dimensions of The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

A research expedition, sponsored by Ocean Cleanup, has returned on Sunday with devastating news. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, floating between California and Hawaii, is much bigger than the scientists could imagine. Using 30 boats, the team ...
 Sputnik3 days ago Boaters Mapping Pacific Garbage Arrive in San Francisco  Product Design and Development3 days ago 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch' researchers return with data  CBC4 days ago Boaters Studying Pacific Garbage Patch Back on Land with Samples, Data  Laboratory Equipment3 days ago
Christian Science Monitor

Researchers survey 'endless layer of garbage' in Pacific Ocean

A research expedition returned to San Francisco Sunday from a month-long reconnaissance mission that is part of a major effort to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The Ocean Starr, used for research of plastic in the world's oceans, returns ...
 Christian Science Monitor3 days ago
India Blooms

UN-backed research ship scours Indian Ocean for plastic waste

New York, Aug 15 (IBNS): The United Nations is supporting a project aiming to chart the impact of plastic waste, including garbage like plastic bags, and €˜microplastics€ used in products such as cosmetics and shower gels, in the Indian Ocean, ...
 India Blooms1 week ago
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