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Icelandic volcano - an update The volcano Bardarbunga briefly erupted yesterday, temporarily raising the aviation warning state to Red.
Mid-Atlantic Ridge under Iceland Significant activity at Bardarbunga volcano suggests a sub-glacial eruption is pending. This isn't good news for air travellers.
Bureau of Meteorology to upgrade its supercomputer Australia's government-run weather experts the Bureau of Meterology will purchase a new supercomputer and datacentre following a datalink upgrade, boosting speeds from 80 gigabits per…
Satellite data shows the per cent amount that foliage cover has changed around the world from 1982 to 2010. A new study based on satellite observations, just released globally by Australia's science agency the CSIRO, is likely to cause a stir among anti-carbon dioxide…
NICTA, SIRCA, researchers come together on big data project Australia’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Research Centre of Excellence, NICTA, is leading what it says is a ground-breaking, multi-million-dollar project that will use ‘big…
Imagine stitching together 477 images to create a 3.8 gigapixel picture of Mt Everest.
Even the climate change sceptics are coming on-board. A recent study by the Berkeley Earth group confirms both a rising temperature and a closely related…
In what is now a seemingly regular occurrence for Melbournians, a 4.5 magnitude earthquake has rocked south east Victoria for a second time since a…
Magnitude 5.3 earthquake rocks Melbourne (and the social media) Felt as minor shaking with a low rumble throughout Melbourne, a mid-sized earthquake, reported to be the largest ever recorded in Victoria,  gave the Latrobe…

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