» What Can Menstrual Blood Reveal about Health and Disease?
04/07/22 07:49 from Undark
Researchers routinely examine saliva, skin, teeth, and even feces for clues about health and disease. The conventional view suggests menstrual blood is merely a waste product. However, some scientists are studying menstrual effluent as w...

» The Pandemic Changed How People Buy Fish—and Small Fishers Couldn’t Keep Up
04/07/22 07:05 from Hakai Magazine
The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the global fishing industry. Lockdowns, travel restrictions, and disruptions to supply chains all conspired to depress demand for fresh fish in markets and restaurants, while simultaneously driving ...

» Tupul: a landslide disaster in Manipur, India
04/07/22 06:49 from The Landslide Blog
On 30 June 2022 a very large landslide occurred at Tupul in Noney district of Manipur in Northern India, killing at least 42 people.

» 7 stories of optimism this week (27.06.22-03.07.22)
03/07/22 21:49 from Conservation Optimism
Here is the perfect antidote to Monday blues: a weekly round-up of what went right in the conservation world! The post 7 stories of optimism this week (27.06.22-03.07.22) appeared first on Conservation Optimism .

» Tropical Storm Colin forms along the South Carolina coast
02/07/22 16:23 from Yale Climate Connections
Colin is the first U.S. landfalling named storm of 2022. The post Tropical Storm Colin forms along the South Carolina coast appeared first on Yale Climate Connections .

» expert reaction to study of 54 patients with monkeypox in London, describing demographic and clinical characteristics
01/07/22 22:45 from Science Media Centre » Briefings
A study, published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, looked at 54 patients with monkeypox in London, describing demographic and clinical … read more

» In Case You Were Wondering About This…
01/07/22 21:52 from Dan's Wild Wild Science Journal
In case you were wondering… IF Bonnie has a recognizable circulation (Tropical Depression), into the Pacific, and then regenerates, the name Bonnie will continue to be used by the National Hurricane Center. If it falls apart to a d...

» Microbe discovery in Arctic Canada could help better understand life on Mars
01/07/22 20:06 from Eye on the Arctic
Researchers from McGill University have discovered microbes in a spring in Arctic Canada that has such unique conditions, it could

» Government Advisor Repeats ‘Russia Funded Anti-Fracking Protests’ Myth
01/07/22 17:40 from DeSmogBlog
A trade advisor to the UK government has repeated a baseless claim that protests against fracking were funded by the Kremlin.  Economist Catherine McBride, a member of the government’s Trade and Agriculture Commission advising on tr...

» Tropical Storm Bonnie forms, expected to hit Costa Rica and Nicaragua Friday night
01/07/22 16:07 from Yale Climate Connections
After a record-long period as a potential tropical cyclone, the season’s 2nd named storm formed Friday morning. The post Tropical Storm Bonnie forms, expected to hit Costa Rica and Nicaragua Friday night appeared first on Yale Climate Co...

» expert reaction to latest data from the ONS Infection Survey
01/07/22 14:30 from Science Media Centre » Briefings
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have released their latest data from their COVID-19 infection survey.   Professor Lawrence Young, … read more

» German icebreaker leaves for Arctic ice research trip
01/07/22 13:29 from Eye on the Arctic
German icebreaker Polarstern left for a seven-week research trip on Tuesday were scientists will focus on ice and glaciers. June

» Geodesy 101 Literature
01/07/22 12:58 from Latest posts from EGU blogs
During this year’s EGU General Assembly (GA) we held the first Geodesy 101 Short Course, where we gave an introduction to satellite gravimetry, GNSS processing and geodetic reference frames. We want to thank all of you who attended in-pe...

» A South Florida organization campaigns for heat protections for outdoor workers
01/07/22 11:00 from Yale Climate Connections
WeCount! advocates for access to cool water, shade and more rest breaks. The post A South Florida organization campaigns for heat protections for outdoor workers appeared first on Yale Climate Connections .

» The ancient art and science of mining: a look back at the 1500s
01/07/22 10:45 from Latest posts from EGU blogs
Sean Daly is a (now retired) Canadian mining geologist with 40+ years of experience, who has dedicated his career to understanding the close relationship between mining, geology and society. His recent book “From the Erzgebirge to Potosi...

» Global seismoacoustic waves from the Hunga eruption (Tonga)
01/07/22 10:00 from Latest posts from EGU blogs
Jelle Assink, Senior Geophysicist at KNMI, takes us through the details of the various kinds of waves produced by the Hunga eruption in Tonga earlier this year… On January 15, 2022, a powerful volcanic eruption occurred in the Tonga arch...

» Interview: James Poskett on Reframing the History of Science
01/07/22 07:33 from Undark
In “Horizons,” a historian of science casts a wider lens on the last five centuries of scientific achievement, highlighting the crucial contributions of Chinese, Japanese, Indian, and African astronomers, mathematicians, evolutionary thi...

» It’s Taken More than 20 Years and Is Full of Holes, but a New International Agreement Targets Fishing Subsidies
01/07/22 07:05 from Hakai Magazine
This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. After 20 years of failed negotiations, the World Trade Organization (WTO) has secured a deal to curb harmful subsidies ...

» Summer 2022: A perfect storm for Alpine glaciers
01/07/22 05:50 from Latest posts from EGU blogs
The summer of 2022 is shaping up to be a perfect storm for Alpine glaciers. By a strange coincidence, all the factors that could adversely affect glacial dynamics seem to have come into agreement. Let’s find out why. What controls the be...

» Gulf of Mexico, Alaska Targeted for Offshore Oil, Gas Leasing in Biden Plan
01/07/22 00:00 from Center for Biological Diversity Press Releases

» Does Supreme Court decision doom power plant rulemakings?
30/06/22 20:35 from Yale Climate Connections
‘Seismic decision’ in landmark climate ruling, CNN says in reporting on decision written by Chief Justice Roberts The post Does Supreme Court decision doom power plant rulemakings? appeared first on Yale Climate Connections .

» Project to educate Finnish students about Sami needs to be permanent: Youth Council
30/06/22 20:08 from Eye on the Arctic
Funding for a program to educate students about Sami culture in Finland ended on June 30, and project leaders say

» Disturbance 95L bringing drought relief to coastal Texas; PTC 2 steams toward Central America
30/06/22 17:17 from Yale Climate Connections
Heavy rain the main threat from two Atlantic tropical disturbances. The post Disturbance 95L bringing drought relief to coastal Texas; PTC 2 steams toward Central America appeared first on Yale Climate Connections .

» U.S. Supreme Court Limits EPA's Authority to Combat Climate Change
30/06/22 16:36 from Yale E360
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday to severely restrict the ability of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to limit carbon emissions. Read more on E360 →

» Inuit artists gather for Alianait Festival in Iqaluit
30/06/22 15:37 from Eye on the Arctic
Festival starts Thursday and runs through July 3 When Nuka Alice Lund drum dances, it’s more than just a performance.

» Heatwave across northern Scandinavia
30/06/22 13:06 from Eye on the Arctic
Temperatures surpassed 30 degrees Celsius across northern Scandinavia on Wednesday and many metrological stations hit new record high temperatures for

» expert reaction to the annual statistics on the use of animals in scientific procedures in the UK for 2021
30/06/22 12:58 from Science Media Centre » Briefings
The Home Office have published the statistics of scientific procedures on living animals in Great Britain for 2021.   Chris … read more

» Zarilang Glacier, China Retreat and Lake Expansion
30/06/22 11:43 from From a Glacier's Perspective
Zarilang Glacier in 1998 and 2021 Landsat images illustrating glacier retreat and lake expansion. Point A marks the junction of two tributaries. Zarilang Glacier, China  flows north from the Bhutan border is in the Yarlung Zangbo River w...

» A conversation with a poet whose home burned to the ground
30/06/22 11:05 from Yale Climate Connections
Sophia Naz wrote her new collection, 'Open Zero,' in the aftermath of a devastating wildfire. The post A conversation with a poet whose home burned to the ground appeared first on Yale Climate Connections .

» Poet Sophia Naz grieves after a wildfire took her home
30/06/22 11:00 from Yale Climate Connections
She processes the loss in her new book, ‘Open Zero.’ The post Poet Sophia Naz grieves after a wildfire took her home appeared first on Yale Climate Connections .

» GeoRoundup: the highlights of EGU Journals published during June!
30/06/22 09:00 from Latest posts from EGU blogs
Each month we feature specific Divisions of EGU and during the monthly GeoRoundup we will be putting the journals that publish science from those Divisions at the top of the Highlights roundup. For June, the Divisions we are featuring ar...

» Learning about Antarctic penguins and Philippine crocodiles
30/06/22 08:59 from Conservation Optimism
All in a week’s work for our four micro-interns. The post Learning about Antarctic penguins and Philippine crocodiles appeared first on Conservation Optimism .

» Davos Was a Case Study in How Not to Talk About Climate Change
30/06/22 07:40 from Undark
Fawning media coverage of corporate climate pledges and clean technology investments elides a fundamental truth of the climate crisis: Achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions will require steep personal sacrifices, especially from th...

» Turning the Tide: 13 New Books to Get Kids Reading and Exploring Nature
30/06/22 07:05 from Hakai Magazine
Back when my kids were the size of baby porpoises, I read them a book about the intertidal zone, complete with illustrations of all the cool characters that call the extreme ecosystem home. They were fascinated by the star-shaped creatur...

» The Hallett Peak rockslide in Rocky Mountain National Park
30/06/22 06:53 from The Landslide Blog
On 28 June 2022 at about 4:30 p.m. a large rockslide occurred on the side of Hallett Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.

» Will Reforms to Carbon Markets Better Protect the Climate?
30/06/22 05:00 from DeSmogBlog
To advocates, scaling up the markets where companies go to offset their greenhouse gas emissions will unlock billions of dollars to plant forests, restore ecosystems, and spur a global roll-out of machines to scrub carbon dioxide (CO2) f...

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