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Environment Counts | Peak Water

Peak Water Author: Rick Higgins – Published At: 2011-07-20 20:49 – (1065 Reads) In the past few years, discussions about the possibility of resource crises around water, energy, and food have introduced new terms and concepts into the public debate. Energy experts predict that the world is approaching, or has even passed, the point of […]

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Environment Counts | Evidence of local species extinctions resulting from climate change :

Published by geoff on 2016-12-29 Many studies have reported evidence that species have shifted their geographic ranges, often further north (south) in the northern (southern) hemisphere, as the world has warmed – see example of northern range extension of a northern orchid. These studies also provide valuable data on extinctions in localized areas. As ranges […]

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Environment Counts | Reconstruction of North Atlantic surface temperature and salinity from 818 to 1780 AD

Reconstruction of North Atlantic surface temperature and salinity from 818 to 1780 AD Author: Geoff Zeiss – Published At: 2014-07-20 12:39 – (1208 Reads) The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is a global ocean current system which transports heat and nutrients throughout most of the Earth’s oceans and has a strong influence on the Earth’s […]

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