Mois: mars 2013
Researchers detected far higher levels of carbon in warm, nutrient-starved areas (195:28:1) near the equator than in cold, nutrient-rich polar zones (78:13:1).
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A collection of experts are assembling in San Diego to wrestle with the city’s seesaw climate challenges that include heat-sparked wildfires on one side and increased floods from rising seas on the other.
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The European Commission has been urged to start forcing energy-intensive
industries to invest in carbon capture and storage (CCS) as it prepares to
unveil plans to scale up the fledgling technology.
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Government reports high levels of barium, lead, chrome and petroleum-related compounds in region that is home to oil field
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Newton journal explores efficiency – a hidden energy resource | Plugged In, Scientific American Blog Network
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The best way to meet increasing energy demand might not be to supply more. But, while efficiency improves security, hurdles abound. Last night, the latest edition of …
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A look at the legal liabilities and factors in safe CO2 sequestration. Scholarly Paper: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1189&context=delpf
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