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3D Map of Antarctic Sea Ice to Shed Light on Climate Change

3D Map of Antarctic Sea Ice to Shed Light on Climate Change

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Nov. 24, 2014) — A multinational group of scientists have released the first ever detailed, high-resolution 3-D maps of Antarctic sea ice. Using an underwater robot equipped with sonar, the researchers mapped the underside of a massive area of sea ice to gauge the impact of climate change. Ben Gruber reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Brilliant Minds: Paleoecologist Claire Reymond

Brilliant Minds: Paleoecologist Claire Reymond

Deutsche Welle (Jan. 21, 2013) — Her workplace is most people's idea of a vacation paradise: the beaches of the Bahamas or the Galapagos Islands. Claire Reymond investigates the sand on the sea floor for the remains of microorganisms. They tell the paleoecologist about past and current climate change and how humans are influencing the world's oceans.The 32 Australian scientist analyzes her samples in Germany. For the past year she has been working at the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology in Bremen. In the 'Brilliant Minds' series TOMORROW TODAY presents young scientists from around the world who live and work in Germany.
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Ancient Greenhouse Gas Emissions Blamed on Humans: Study

Ancient Greenhouse Gas Emissions Blamed on Humans: Study

Newsy (Oct. 4, 2012) — A new study has found humans have significantly contributed to greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere since before the Industrial Revolution.
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Dinosaur Farts May Have Caused Global Warming

Dinosaur Farts May Have Caused Global Warming

Buzz60 (May 8, 2012) — Dinosaurs could have released enough methane gas to warm the prehistoric Earth, researchers in the United Kingdom say. According to scientists, the gassy emissions from Sauropods, which are large plant-eating dinosaurs, would have been equal to the greenhouse gases currently produced by natural and man-made sources. Patrick Jones has more on the study. 
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