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Coral reefs: Increased nutrient levels propagate bleaching

Southampton (global-adventures.us): Increased levels of nutrient within the water column can increase the susceptibility of corals to fall victim to…

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Ecological impact: River dams in the northeastern U.S. evaluated

Boston (global-adventures.us): River dams can serve many functions, including power generation and flood control, and they have many ecological impacts…

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Google Earth: Ocean topography receives major update

Menlo Park (global-adventures.us): The ocean terrain displayed on Google Earth, a virtual globe originally created by Keyhole, Inc., received some…

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Atlantic Ocean: 12 volcanoes discovered

South Sandwich Islands (global-adventures.us): Volcanoes that rise up to 1.86 miles (3 kilometers) from the seafloor in the ocean around…

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Climate shift: Currents play vital role

Antarctica (global-adventures.us): Thirty-eight million years ago, tropical jungles thrived in what are now the cornfields of the American Midwest and…

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Icemar: European service to navigate Arctic

Arctic (global-adventures.us): Europe’s Global Monitoring system for Environment and Security (GMES) has launched a new $2.77 million (Euro 2 million)…

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Scott expeditions: Clues for climate change

Antarctic (global-adventures.us): Research done by captain Robert Falcon Scott, a Royal Navy officer who reached the South Pole on January…

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Brown tide: Harmful algae sequenced

Woods Hole (global-adventures.us): In the first genome sequencing of a harmful algal bloom species, researchers found that the microscopic phytoplankton…

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Fram Strait: Record water temperatures

Kiel (global-adventures.us): Never before in the past 2,000 years was the Atlantic water in the Fram Strait between Greenland and…

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Two Brothers: 1823 whaling wreck located

Honolulu (global-adventures.us): The wreckage of a famous 1800 century Nantucket whale ship. The two brothers has been found and identified…

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