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Dec 08, 2017

Marine mammal beachings not likely due to space weather
After a collaboration between NASA scientists and marine biologists, new research rules out space weather as a primary cause of animal beachings.

Science Daily Weather
Dec 08, 2017

Controlled burns limited severity of Rim Fire
Controlled burning of forestland helped limit the severity of one of California's largest wildfires, according to geographers.

Science Daily Weather
Dec 07, 2017

New mapping technique can help fight extreme poverty
A new mapping technique shows how researchers are developing computational tools that combine cellphone records with data from satellites and geographic information systems to create timely and incredibly detailed poverty maps. Unlike surveys or censuses, which can take years and cost millions of dollars, these maps can be generated quickly and cost-efficiently.

Science Daily Weather
Dec 07, 2017

One wet winter can shake up San Francisco Bay's invasive species
For many Californians, last year's wet winter triggered a case of whiplash. After five years of drought, rain from October 2016 to February 2017 broke more than a century of records. In San Francisco Bay, biologists discovered a hidden side effect: All that freshwater rain can turn the tables on some of the bay's invasive species.

Science Daily Weather
Dec 06, 2017

Birth of a storm in the Arabian Sea validates climate model
Extreme cyclones that formed in the Arabian Sea for the first time in 2014 are the result of global warming and will likely increase in frequency, warn scientists. Their model showed that the burning of fossil fuels since 1860 would lead to an increase in the destructive storms in the Arabian Sea by 2015, marking one of the first times that modeled projections have synchronized with real observations of storm activity.

Science Daily Weather
Dec 06, 2017

'Stressed out' cocoa trees could produce more flavorful chocolate
Most people agree that chocolate tastes great, but is there a way to make it taste even better? Perhaps, according to scientists who looked at different conditions that can put a strain on cocoa trees. They say that although the agricultural method used to grow cocoa trees doesn't matter that much, the specific weather conditions do. 

Science Daily Weather
Dec 05, 2017

Beyond wind speed: A new measure for predicting hurricane impacts
What if there was a better way to forecast and communicate hurricanes' damaging economic impacts, before they happen? Civil engineers have developed an innovative new approach to assessing the resiliency of coastal communities to hurricanes. They've created a 'multi-hazard hurricane impact level model,' which estimates economic damages to be caused by storms, before they happen.

Science Daily Weather
Nov 30, 2017

New UK map of air pollution provides insights into nitrogen dioxide levels across the country and within towns and cities
Researchers have created the first ever high resolution map of air pollution in the UK. The map shows how air pollution, specifically nitrogen dioxide, changes across the country and within towns and cities, highlighting likely sources and potential clean-air refuge areas.

Science Daily Weather
Nov 29, 2017

Sea-level rise predicted to threaten >13,000 archaeological sites in southeastern US
Sea-level rise may impact vast numbers of archaeological and historic sites, cemeteries, and landscapes on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the southeastern United States, according to a new study.

Science Daily Weather
Nov 29, 2017

Sea-level rise predicted to threaten more than 13,000 archaeological sites in southeastern US
Sea-level rise may impact vast numbers of archaeological and historic sites, cemeteries, and landscapes on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the southeastern United States, according to a new study.

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