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Antarctic Sea Ice Mystery Thickens... Literally

Antarctic Sea Ice Mystery Thickens... Literally

Newsy (Nov. 25, 2014) — Antarctic sea ice isn't only expanding, it's thicker than previously thought, and scientists aren't sure exactly why. Video provided by Newsy
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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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Terrifying Black Seadevil Fish Captured on First-of-Its Kind Video

Terrifying Black Seadevil Fish Captured on First-of-Its Kind Video

Buzz60 (Nov. 24, 2014) — An aquarium captures a first-of-its kind video of a notoriously camera-shy fish that’s also not so camera-friendly. Jen Markham explains. Video provided by Buzz60
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Raw: Paralyzed Marine Walks With Robotic Braces

Raw: Paralyzed Marine Walks With Robotic Braces

AP (Nov. 21, 2014) — Marine Corps officials say a special operations officer left paralyzed by a sniper's bullet in Afghanistan walked using robotic leg braces in a ceremony to award him a Bronze Star. (Nov. 21) Video provided by AP
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Matched 'Hybrid' Systems May Hold Key to Wider Use of Renewable Energy

Nov. 26, 2014 — The use of renewable energy in the United States could take a significant leap forward with improved storage technologies or more efforts to 'match' different forms of alternative energy ... full story
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Modeling the Past to Understand the Future of a Stronger El Niño

Nov. 26, 2014 — El Nino is not a contemporary phenomenon; it’s long been the Earth’s dominant source of year-to-year climate fluctuation. But as the climate warms and the feedbacks that drive the cycle change, ... full story
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The Living, Breathing Ocean

Nov. 26, 2014 — The ocean is a complex ecosystem. The ocean carbon cycle is governed by the relationship among carbon, nutrients and oxygen, and the ratio between certain elements is key to understanding ocean ... full story
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Copper on the Brain at Rest

Nov. 26, 2014 — Proper copper levels are essential to the health of the brain at rest, new research shows. The brain consumes 20-percent of the oxygen taken in through respiration. This high demand for oxygen and ... full story
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Iberian Orcas, Increasingly Trapped

Nov. 26, 2014 — Thanks to the more than 11,200 sightings of cetaceans over the course of ten years, Spanish and Portuguese researchers have been able to identify, in detail, the presence of orcas in the Gulf of ... full story
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Amazonian Shrimps: An Underwater World Still Unknown

Nov. 26, 2014 — A study reveals how little we know about the Amazonian diversity. Aiming to resolve a scientific debate about the validity of two species of freshwater shrimp described in the first half of the last ... full story
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An 'Eel-Lectrifying' Future for Autonomous Underwater Robots

Nov. 26, 2014 — Scientists have developed and built a prototype for an eel-like robotic fish to be operable remotely, small, sophisticated and intelligent enough to operate autonomously underwater. A new form of ... full story
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Toolkit for Ocean Health

Nov. 26, 2014 — The ocean is undergoing global changes at a remarkable pace and we must change with it to attain our best possible future ocean, warns an expert who shares his insights on the future of the ... full story
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Hydrothermal Settlers: Barnacle Holds Clues About How Climate Change Is Affecting the Deep Ocean

Nov. 26, 2014 — The deep ocean seems so remote that it is difficult to imagine any sort of human-generated change making an impact on deep-sea life. It is even more difficult to collect or examine evidence from the ... full story
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Endangered Hammerhead Shark Found Migrating Into Unprotected Waters

Nov. 25, 2014 — The precise movements of a young hammerhead shark have been tracked for the first time, scientists report. The study, which ran over a 10-month period, reveals important gaps in current efforts to ... full story
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Geoengineering Our Climate Is Not a 'Quick Fix'

Nov. 25, 2014 — The deliberate, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system is not a "quick fix" for global warming, according to new ... full story
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Better Forecasts for Sea Ice Under Climate Change: Effect of Waves

Nov. 25, 2014 — New research is helping pinpoint the impact of waves on sea ice, which is vulnerable to climate change, particularly in the Arctic where it is rapidly retreating. Scientists report the first ... full story
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Endangered Species Success: Idaho Salmon Regaining Fitness Advantage

Nov. 25, 2014 — Once on the brink of extinction with only a few fish remaining, Snake River sockeye salmon are regaining the fitness they need to rebuild wild populations. A new analysis shows that naturally spawned ... full story
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'Scary' Centipede's Genes Reveal How Life Evolved on Our Planet

Nov. 25, 2014 — Centipedes, those many-legged creatures that startle us in our homes and gardens, have been genetically sequenced for the first time. An international team of over 100 scientists today reveals how ... full story
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Mining Can Damage Fish Habitats Far Downstream, Study Shows

Nov. 25, 2014 — Anglers across the nation wondering why luck at their favorite fishing spot seems to have dried up may have a surprising culprit: a mine miles away, even in a different state. Scientists have taken a ... full story
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CT Scans of Coral Skeletons Reveal Ocean Acidity Increases Reef Erosion

Nov. 24, 2014 — For coral reefs to persist, rates of reef construction must exceed reef breakdown. Prior research has largely focused on the negative impacts of ocean acidification on reef growth, but new research ... full story
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Biology Trumps Chemistry in Open Ocean: How Phytoplankton Assimilate Limited Concentrations of Phosphorus

Nov. 24, 2014 — Scientists laid out a new framework based on in situ observations that will allow them to describe and understand how phytoplankton assimilate limited concentrations of phosphorus, a key nutrient, in ... full story
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Climate Change Could Affect Future of Lake Michigan Basin

Nov. 24, 2014 — Climate change could lengthen the growing season, make soil drier and decrease winter snowpack in the Lake Michigan Basin by the turn of the century, among other hydrological ... full story
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Game Theory Analysis Shows How Evolution Favors Cooperation's Collapse

Nov. 24, 2014 — With a new analysis of the Prisoner's Dilemma played in a large, evolving population, scientists found that adding more flexibility to the game can allow selfish strategies to be more ... full story
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New Bird Species Confirmed 15 Years After First Observation

Nov. 24, 2014 — Biologists have confirmed the discovery of a new bird species more than 15 years after the elusive animal was first ... full story
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