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Halogen Reactions Turn Toxic Mercury Back to Ground, Oceans - June 30, 2015

Oxidation of mercury in the atmosphere by bromine creates a public health concern all over the world polluting the ground, lakes and oceans.

Carbon Dioxide Fluctuations Link to Soil Water, Microbes Respiration - June 29, 2015

Soil organisms contribute much on the carbon dioxide flux and temperature increase can change the cycling of carbon and the release of carbon dioxide in the soil.

More Work to be Done as Recent Mercury Pollution on the Rise - June 29, 2015

Mercury emissions decreased immediately in past reduction efforts yet needs more work as mercury rises dramatically and as glaciers melt due to warming.

Gasoline, Diesel From Canadian Oil Sands Have a Higher Carbon Impact - June 28, 2015

The research would help industries and policymakers in meeting U.S. energy demands and reducing fuel's impact to the environment.

Wendy’s Position on Palm Oil Just More Hype - June 28, 2015

Wendy's greenwashing campaign on palm oil hasn't changed the damage the company does.

Scientists Present New Analyses About Earth’s Deep Carbon Cycle - June 25, 2015

The carbon on the Earth's surface exerts important controls on global climate which is only available to us by volcanic processes coming from deep interior.

Understanding Ocean Mixing Increases Global Climate Accuracy - June 25, 2015

Eddies transport the carbon and heat from the ocean surface to the deep ocean and away from the atmosphere which regulates the climate.

Tropics 30 Million Years Ago Was Not a Fun Place for Dinosaurs - June 24, 2015

The tropical climate were extremes wherein dinosaurs cannot find dependable plant food and which is similar to arid Western United States today.

New Methane Bioreactor Boosts Environmentally Friendly Energy, Mitigates Climate Change - June 23, 2015

The biogas produces methane out of carbon dioxide instead of releasing the carbon in the atmosphere.

California’s Wildflowers: Losing Species Diversity - June 23, 2015

Warmer and drier winters loss the diversity of the species and it could be too late to rescue them as the drought continue to intensify in the future.

Polarized Public Perceptions of the Polar Regions - June 23, 2015

Different science-communication strategies are needed to reach different groups to so as to have a deeper understanding about climate change.

Climate Change: No Reduction in Winter Deaths - June 22, 2015

Colder winters have impacts on health especially with older people and researchers suggest to create public health interventions to address this issue.

U. S. Northeast Coast Experiencing Sea Level Rise Acceleration - June 22, 2015

The water temperatures have been going upward but in a lower depths which will have an effect in the fish distribution and abundance.

New Climate Satellite to Launch from California - June 21, 2015

A new satellite will be launched to help track the effects of climate change on the world's oceans.

Melting Glaciers of Alaska Add to Global Sea Level Rise - June 18, 2015

The rates of loss of Alaska's glaciers will still continue as temperature continue to increase which would be a major driver of global sea level change.

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