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Hydraulic Fracturing Affects Climate and Water Quality

Mar 22, 2017 AM EDT Drilling of oil wells using hydraulic fracturing can cause water contamination and affect climate.

The Yellow Submarine: Boaty McBoatface Set Off To First Antartic Mission [VIDEO]

Mar 14, 2017 AM EDT Boaty, the yellow submarine will begin the science expedition on Friday. Dynamics of the Orkney Passage Outflow expedition is a collaboration between BAS, the University of Southampton and NOC.

Harvard Law Students Organizes Event About Impact Of Climate Change

Feb 27, 2017 AM EST Harvard Law School Student Animal Legal Defense Fund to host event about climate change.

Climate Change May Force Fish to Relocate to Poles, Study

Oct 13, 2014 AM EDT A new University of British Columbia study claims that a large number of fish will vanish from the tropics by 2050.

American Southwest Contains Highest Level of Methane Gas, Study

Oct 11, 2014 AM EDT High amounts of climate-changing gas methane have been discovered in the "Four Corners" region of southwest United States, according to a new study by the University of Michigan and NASA.

Climate Change Affects Predator-Prey Balance, Study

Sep 22, 2014 AM EDT Rising temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns affect predator-prey balance, according to a University of Wisconsin-Madison study.

Climate Change Threatens Pupfish Population in Nevada Desert

Sep 02, 2014 AM EDT Climate change is declining the adult population of threatened Devils Hole pupfish, according to a new study led by the University of Nevada, Reno.

Atlantic salmon Shows Ability to Adjust to Warmer Temperatures, Study

Jul 18, 2014 AM EDT Atlantic salmon have the ability to adapt to warmer temperatures consistent with climate change, according to a study by University of British Columbia.

Re-Routing Flights Can Lower Effects of Aircrafts on Global Warming, Study

Jun 19, 2014 AM EDT Aircrafts can become more environment-friendly by selecting flight paths that decrease the formation of condensation trails in the sky, according to a University of Reading study.

Humans Are To Blame for Mass Extinction of Large Mammals during Last Ice Age, Study

Jun 05, 2014 AM EDT Humans and not climate change are to blame for the mass extinction of large mammals (also known as megafauna) at the time of last Ice Age, according to an Aarhus University study.

Stocks of Organic Carbon in Deep Soils Can Affect Climate Change, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT As a result of human activities, carbon that had been sealed away for thousands of years in arid and semi-arid environments is more likely to be reintroduced to the environment that can further ...

Congo Rainforest Lose Green Cover Due to Climate Change, Study

Apr 24, 2014 AM EDT Africa’s Congo rainforest has experienced drastic loss of greenness in the past decade due to climate change, according to University at Albany and State University of New York study.

Reading Researchers Find Shortcomings of 'Geo-Engineering'; Could Weaken Climatic Conditions in Certain Areas

Jan 09, 2014 AM EST University of Reading researchers have denounced the controversial idea of 'Geo-engineering' to offset the effects of global warming. They claimed that the intentional attempt to change the Earth's ...

Experts Call For Alert System To Detect Abrupt Climate Change Events

Dec 04, 2013 PM EST Once climate change reduce crops and induces catastrophic weather more frequently, it would be too late to reverse the effects of a warming globe without "better forecasting skills," Bloomberg News ...

Climate Change Forcing Tropical Crop Pests to Colder Regions, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT Rising temperatures around the world are forcing hundreds of crop pests from the tropics towards the North and South poles at a rate of nearly two miles a year, according to a study carried out by ...

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