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New study finds that lower levels of fog could leave coast redwoods more susceptible to drought damage. Reduced amounts of fog cover during the summer could be troublesome for the coast redwoods.
Metro Vancouver is promoting the use of municipal tap water instead of purchasing bottled water during the Olympic Games. Municipal officials seek to reduce the city’s bottled water consumption by 20 percent at the end of the year as a part of their Tap Water Campaign.
A survey from the Maine Department of Environmental Quality has revealed that traces of medications like birth control, antidepressants, and pain relievers were found in the liquid that drains from landfills
The Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI) found that seawater temperatures beneath the Fimbul Ice Shelf are hovering slightly above freezing. This data indicates the water is actually “icier” than temperature projections made by an Antarctic regional computer model, according to Dr. Nalan Koc of NPI.
American artist Ellen Driscoll explores resource consumption and material lineage in her latest multi-part, multi-year project, FASTFORWARDFOSSIL.
A recent expedition to the Beaufort Sea revealed that “multiyear” Arctic sea ice is in effect, nonexistent, Reuters reports.
Multiyear ice has “stiffer” composition than first year ice, and makes navigation through Arctic regions extremely difficult, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC).
Within 20 years the Arctic Ocean will be ice-free in summer due to global warming, according to a Catlin Arctic-World Wildlife Federation (WWF) survey released Wednesday.