» The Exoplanet Explorer
15/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Real-Time Maps of Hurricane Florence
14/09/18 19:30 from Google Maps Mania

» The World History Map
14/09/18 18:00 from Google Maps Mania

» The Interactive Map of Jewish Places
14/09/18 14:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Geologists reveal ancient connection between England and France
14/09/18 12:48 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
The British mainland was formed from the collision of not two, but three ancient continental land masses, according to new research.

» The Wall of Gammon
14/09/18 10:31 from Google Maps Mania

» New genetics tool helps answer evolutionary questions
13/09/18 18:33 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Developing cutting-edge statistical tools that can handle these massive new datasets is a piece of the research puzzle, and new research has just added a new tool for the modern genomic toolbox.

» Famous theory of the living Earth upgraded to 'Gaia 2.0'
13/09/18 18:20 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
A new twist has been given to the 'Gaia' theory that aims to explain why conditions on Earth have remained stable enough for life to evolve over billions of years.

» Weather forecasting sheds light on where and when birds will fly
13/09/18 18:20 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
September is the peak of autumn bird migration, and billions of birds are winging their way south. Using a combination of artificial intelligence and weather forecasting can help scientists to predict the movements of millions of birds a...

» Most fire in Florida goes undetected
13/09/18 17:45 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
A new study indicates that common satellite imaging technologies have vastly underestimated the number of fires in Florida, detecting only 25 percent of burned area.

» AI Hurricane Forecasts
13/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

» NASA gets inside look at large and powerful Hurricane Florence
13/09/18 15:39 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
NASA's Aqua satellite provided an infrared look at the large and powerful Hurricane Florence early on Sept. 13, 2018 that indicated wind shear was temporarily affecting the southern side of the storm.

» Heat-related deaths likely to increase significantly as global temperatures rise, warn researchers
13/09/18 12:21 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
In a new article, experts argue that the world needs to keep global temperatures in check by meeting the goals set out in the Paris Agreement, or more people could die because of extreme temperatures.

» How Sweden's Election Changed the Map
13/09/18 09:37 from Google Maps Mania

» Climate change may drive 10 percent of amphibian species in the Atlantic Rainforest to extinction
13/09/18 00:24 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Climate conditions forecast for 2050 and 2070 will be potentially lethal to species less adapted to climate variation, according to Brazilian researchers.

» Global coastal wetlands need to move inland in fight against climate change
12/09/18 17:36 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Up to 30 per cent of coastal wetlands could be lost globally by the year 2100 with a dramatic effect on global warming and coastal flooding, if action is not taken to protect them, new research warns.

» Mapping the Growth of the Soybean
12/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

» The UK Broadband Speed Map Explained
12/09/18 13:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Europe's renewable energy directive poised to harm global forests, experts argue
12/09/18 12:12 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Europe's decision to promote the use of wood as a 'renewable fuel' will likely greatly increase Europe's greenhouse gas emissions and cause severe harm to the world's forests, according to a new paper.

» End of Colombia conflict may bring new threats to ecosystems
12/09/18 12:12 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
The end of a 52-year internal conflict could spell trouble for the second most biodiverse country in the world. A new study outlines a sustainable path forward.

» Denmark from All Angles
12/09/18 07:23 from Google Maps Mania

» 'Cloud computing' takes on new meaning for scientists
11/09/18 19:18 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Clouds may be wispy puffs of water vapor drifting through the sky, but they're heavy lifting computationally for scientists wanting to factor them into climate simulations. Researchers have turned to data science to achieve better cumulu...

» Mapping Segregation in American Schools
11/09/18 18:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Mapping Hurricane Florence
11/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Virus may help combat fire ants, but caution is needed
11/09/18 15:02 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
A specific virus changes dietary behavior of fire ants, leading researchers to rethink control methods for the invasive species.

» Wetlands are key for accurate greenhouse gas measurements in the Arctic
11/09/18 13:58 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
The Arctic is rapidly warming, with stronger effects than observed elsewhere in the world. Determining whether the Arctic is continuing to take up carbon from the atmosphere or instead releasing it to the atmosphere is an urgent research...

» The Geography of Germany's Far Right
11/09/18 13:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Finding Nemo's genes
11/09/18 12:31 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
An international team of researchers has mapped Nemo's genome, providing the research community with an invaluable resource to decode the response of fish to environmental changes, including climate change.

» Browse the British Library with Leaflet Maps
11/09/18 09:20 from Google Maps Mania

» Earth 2050
10/09/18 20:30 from Google Maps Mania

» The Most Detailed Map of Antarctica
10/09/18 18:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Marine aquaculture and the need to protect global food security
10/09/18 18:25 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
First analysis of impacts to marine aquaculture production warns proactive measures needed to protect global food security.

» Three new species of fish discovered in the extreme depths of the Pacific Ocean
10/09/18 18:24 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
An exploration to one of the deepest places on earth has captured rare footage of what is believed to be three new species of the elusive snailfish.

» Drought, conflict and migration in Kenya
10/09/18 18:24 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
A new study is the first to use a nationwide survey representing an entire country in sub-Saharan Africa to find connections between droughts, migration and violence. The team surveyed 1400 respondents in 175 locations across Kenya, aski...

» Subway Specs - Part II
10/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Scientists find stable sea levels during last interglacial
10/09/18 15:13 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
The magnitude and trajectory of sea-level change during the Last Interglacial, more specifically Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5e, is uncertain. To date the consensus view has been that sea-level may have been six to nine meters above prese...

» Warming: Peatlands will store more carbon initially, but that will change
10/09/18 15:13 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Peatlands are extremely effective at storing carbon, but an international study has found climate change could stop that. The group investigated how peatlands - swamps and bogs with organic rich soils - have responded to climate variabil...

» Understanding deep-sea images with artificial intelligence
10/09/18 15:12 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
More and more data and images are generated during ocean research. In order to be able to evaluate the image data scientifically, automated procedures are necessary. Researchers have now developed a standardized workflow for sustainable ...

» 'Kidnapping' in the Antarctic animal world?
10/09/18 14:09 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Pteropods or sea snails, also called sea angels, produce chemical deterrents to ward off predators, and some species of amphipods take advantage of this by carrying pteropods piggyback to gain protection from their voracious predators.

» Coastal erosion in the Arctic intensifies global warming
10/09/18 12:15 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
The loss of arctic permafrost deposits by coastal erosion could amplify climate warming via the greenhouse effect. A study using sediment samples from the Sea of Okhotsk on the eastern coast of Russia revealed that the loss of Arctic per...

» Swedish Election Maps
10/09/18 08:18 from Google Maps Mania

» New Antarctica Map Is Like ‘Putting on Glasses for the First Time and Seeing 20/20’
07/09/18 19:53 from Geography
A high resolution terrain map of Earth’s frozen continent will help researchers better track changes on the ice as the planet warms.

» Refugee Camps & the September Storms
07/09/18 19:00 from Google Maps Mania

» The D.C. Stop & Frisk Map
07/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

» National survey shows ocean and coastal recreation is big business
07/09/18 15:04 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
A new report by social scientists reveals that viewing or photographing the ocean was the top activity for ocean lovers in the U.S. in number of participants, days spent, and how much people paid to do it.

» Is the key to sparking climate action a game?
06/09/18 22:42 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
Regardless of political affiliation, most participants in the World Climate Simulation -- a role-playing game of the UN climate talks -- showed increased motivation to combat climate change, a recent study found.

» Who's Winning the Global Arms Race?
06/09/18 18:30 from Google Maps Mania

» Big game animals must learn to migrate and pass knowledge across generations
06/09/18 18:16 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
A team of scientists has provided the first empirical evidence that ungulates (hooved mammals) must learn where and when to migrate, and that they maintain their seasonal migrations by passing cultural knowledge across generations.

» Ancient farmers spared us from glaciers but profoundly changed Earth's climate
06/09/18 18:15 from Geography News -- ScienceDaily
New evidence shows that ancient farming practices led to a rise in the atmospheric emission of the heat-trapping gases carbon dioxide and methane -- a rise that has continued since, unlike the trend at any other time in Earth's geologic ...

» The Refugee Map
06/09/18 16:30 from Google Maps Mania

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