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A Mexican-U.S. study shows that legally tying a product such as Tequila to its region of origin can have dire consequences for the sustainability of…
NASA announced on January 15, 2009 that two unmanned aerial Global Hawk aircraft will be used to analyze the Earth’s climate from its lofty perch…
The Purdue Terrestrial Observatory will be used as a model for the Kamal Ewida Earth Observatory in Egypt, which will provide real-time, early-warning meteorological and…
Norway researchers wondered what type of transportation method—cars/trucks, aircraft, ships, or trains—is the largest contributor to global warming. They found that the number one polluter…
NASA is looking for a few good rubber ducks, and they are willing to pay $100 for each lost duck dropped into the waters within…
U.S. geographers researched patterns of mortality (death) within the United States. High profile disasters such as Hurricane Katrina aren’t the deadliest. Overall, risk is highest…
About 19% of Earth’s coral reefs, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, have been destroyed and the other 81% could follow the…
According to an Australian ancient-earth researcher, about two to three billion years ago most of the Earth was buried under six to nine miles (10…
NASA and USAID have expanded their global information system, called SERVIR, into Africa in order to provide African countries with previously inaccessible information on such…
New research based on a NASA-funded project shows that nitrogen trifluoride is at least four times more abundant in the atmosphere that previously thought, based…

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