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The Weather Forecast for August, September and October? Hot!
LIVE SCIENCE Grab that iced tea — much of the U.S. has had a hot summer so far, and it's only going to get hotter, according to a report released today (July... 45 minutes
Video: Developing carbon management solutions
PHYS.ORG Global consumption of fossil fuels is causing atmospheric carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to rise to levels that threaten human and environmental sustainability. These gases warm the planet and negatively impact food production, water availability, ocean health,... 10 hours
Postcard from Capitol Hill: Lawmakers put women’s health care in its place
NEWS MEDICAL The atmosphere at a House Appropriations Committee lunch meeting on women's health midday Wednesday was predictably charged. 20 hours
congress is about to hand over the keys to the big self driving car companies and that s a problem Congress is about to hand over the keys to the big self-driving car companies — and that’s a problem
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Crystal nucleation initiated by transient ion-surface interactions at aerosol interfaces
Science Magazine Particle collisions are a common occurrence in the atmosphere, but no empirical observations exist to fully predict the potential effects of these collisions on air quality and climate... 1 day
Dust deposits give new insights into the history of the Sahara
PHYS.ORG The Sahara is the world's largest desert and dust source with significant impacts on trans-Atlantic terrestrial and large-scale marine ecosystems. Remote Saharan dust influences the earth's... 1 day
Dust deposits give new insights into the history of the Sahara
SCIENCE DAILY Remote Saharan dust influences Earth's radiation budget and tropical North Atlantic ocean-atmosphere temperature variability that might even attenuate Hurricane activity. In a new research study an... 1 day
Bad News for Life: TRAPPIST-1 Planets' Atmospheres May Have Been Destroyed
SPACE.COM The potentially Earth-like planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system may not be so conducive to life after all, two new studies report. 1 day
Climate scientists create Caribbean drought atlas
PHYS.ORG Cornell atmospheric scientists have developed the first-of-its-kind, high-resolution Caribbean drought atlas, with data going back to 1950. Concurrently, the researchers confirmed the region's 2013-16 drought was the most severe in 66 years due to consistently higher... 1 day
Human-made aerosols identified as driver in shifting global rainfall patterns
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists found that aerosol particles released into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels are a primary driver of changes in rainfall patterns across the globe. 2 days
Black the Fall for Xbox One review: A $15 puzzle platformer that channels INSIDE
Windows Central Black the Fall launched this week, promising a dark and atmospheric puzzle platformer with real-world influences. The game launched as... 2 days
Feds to resume most whale disentanglement efforts
ABC NEWS The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says it has reviewed safety protocols and is allowing its whale-disentanglement teams to resume most rescue operations 2 days
Removing CO2 from the air required to safeguard children's future
SCIENCE DAILY Reducing greenhouse-gas emissions is not enough to limit global warming to a level that wouldn't risk young people's future, according to a new study by scientists who say... 2 days
Manmade aerosols identified as driver in shifting global rainfall patterns
PHYS.ORG In a new study, scientists found that aerosol particles released into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels are a primary driver of changes in rainfall patterns... 2 days
Removing CO2 from the air required to safeguard children's future
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Reducing greenhouse-gas emissions is not enough to limit global warming to a level that wouldn't risk young people's future, according to a new study by a team of... 2 days
Why we need a new type of SETI instrument
PHYS.ORG Imagine this scenario: On a world orbiting a neighboring star, a society more advanced than our own has used large telescopes to survey all the planets within a few hundred... 2 days
Hundred-year-old law on fluid flow overturned by research
SCIENCE DAILY Engineers have dispelled a 100-year-old scientific law used to describe how fluid flows through rocks. The discovery could lead to a range of improvements including advances in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).... 3 days
Why Kill Cassini? Saturn Probe's Fate Carefully Considered
SPACE.COM On Sept. 15, the Cassini spacecraft will destroy itself by burning up in Saturn's atmosphere in order to protect the ringed planet's moons from biological contamination by bacteria from Earth. But there... 3 days
New model projects an increase in dust storms in the U.S.
PHYS.ORG Could the storms that once engulfed the Great Plains in clouds of black dust in the 1930's once again wreak havoc in the U.S.? A new... 3 days
scientists expect significant algae bloom on lake erie Scientists expect 'significant' algae bloom on Lake Erie
CBC The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and research partners released their annual algae forecast for the shallowest and warmest of... 6 days
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