Posts Tagged ‘climate change’

Birds and Precipitation

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014
precipitation, global warming, climate change, West, Northwest, birds, hummingbirds

Changing precipitation affects birds more than rising temperatures.

Creative Solutions to Carbon Reduction

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
carbon, storage, capture, stocks, deforestation, cattle ranching, climate change

When life gives you lemons/When the going gets tough/Insert your cliché here…

Salamanders’ Important Role

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
salamanders, amphibians, woodland, ecosystem, climate change, carbon storage, forests

How important are salamanders to their ecosystem and the planet? Very!

New Ways of Looking at the Planet

Friday, March 21st, 2014
technology, data, climate change, white house, earth-base, Puneet Kishor, iNaturalist, Global Forest Watch

New technology is allowing citizens and scientists to view the Earth in a whole new way.

Climate Change and Caribou

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013
caribou, reindeer, arctic, climate change, habitat, genetic, diversity, markers

Genetic diversity in caribou will greatly affect their ability to survive climate change.

Ocean Acidification Stresses Fish

Monday, December 9th, 2013
scripps. rockfish, fish, clownfish, ocean acidification, climate change, stress, anxiety

Ocean acidification creates a stressful environment for rockfish.

California Energy Efficiency

Thursday, December 5th, 2013
California, Climate Change, energy, efficiency, policy, solar, wind, power, electric, hybrid, vehicle, emissions, cars, Steven Chu, George Shultz, Mary Nichols, Air Resource Board

A discussion this week revolved around climate change and California’s future.

Climate Change Action

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013
climate change, action, reforestation, carbon dioxide, UN, PLoS

While world leaders continue to disagree on what steps are needed to address global climate change, we increasingly need immediate action.

Small Ocean Monitors

Monday, November 4th, 2013
foram, foraminfera, shelled, shells, organisms, oceans, temperature, climate change, global warming

Small-shelled organisms might be our best monitors of ocean temperatures, past and present.

Saving Coral Reefs

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
corals, reefs, coral, Bart Shepherd, secore, reproduction, climate change, bleaching, algae, Philippines, conservation

Coral reefs are in trouble globally and efforts are underway to save them.

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