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Geologists begin this week, March 12-16, 2007,  an ambitious project to develop the first geological map of the world.
A scientific team is exploring a gigantic hole that is mysteriously located at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, in a spot  where the Earth’s crust…
One of the largest annual meetings of the world's leading scientists, currently underway in San Francisco, this year has very heavy environmental slant, indicating growing…
Antarctica, which holds about 70% of the world's fresh water in its ice, is leaking water into the ocean through a vast system of lakes…
Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark has concluded that the Earth is experiencing less cloud cover because cosmic rays are not entering the atmosphere as frequently as…
Climate scientists have provided the strongest evidence yet that human activities are causing climate change, according to a Lead Author of the Intergovernmental Panel on…
Friday, 02 February 2007 10:52

Sea to rise nearly 1 meter by 2100

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A report co-authored by a climate scientist from Australia's CSIRO has found that global sea level has been rising at an alarming rate projected to…
Geological scientists are studying the African and Arabian tectonic plates as two continental shelves tear land apart in northern Ethiopia. Normally, plate tectonics cause average…
A draft UN report on the climate warns that the sea could keep rising for over 1000 years, whether the world is able to cut…
On January 19, 2007 (starting at about 3:29 Alaska Standard Time), NASA launched a project called JOULE II that consists of four rockets to study…

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