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How Does Hurricane Irene Affect the Economy
Post Source: entrustcashadvance.com
Posted: Aug 29 2011 14:47:57


Hurricane Irene is officially over, along with all the hype and speculation stirred up by the media over the past week. Local as well as national newspapers, radio stations, and online news sources made projections for how Hurricane Irene would affect the economy, especially Nate Silver’s wide...

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Arktinen kesäkooste
Post Source: fifi.voima.fi
Posted: Aug 10 2011 06:38:00


Maria Haanpää Tervetuloa Sääaseman syksyyn! Lomaltapaluun merkeissä silmäilemme tällä kertaa arktisia uutisia viime viikolta ja koko Fifin kesätauon ajalta. Arktisen merijään tila vaikuttaa vuodenaikaan nähden heikolta. Merijään kattama alue oli viime kuussa keskimäärin vain 7,92 miljoonaa neli...

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CO2 in question
Post Source: dereksorensen.com
Posted: Aug 04 2011 21:51:31


I came across something a couple of days ago which gave me pause for thought. I made a passing reference to it in a recent blog comment, but this is my first proper attempt to outline my current understanding. The current state of the science The image below illustrates the carbon cycle. ...

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Boulder fire damage seen from space
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Posted: Aug 03 2011 13:00:04


As I write this, storm clouds are gathering in the west. That’s a pretty common situation here in Boulder, Colorado, in the summer. We get fine, clear mornings, and sometimes rain in the afternoon. In general big storms aren’t exactly rare, but this summer we’ve been getting pounde...

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Puyehue-Cordón Caulle
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Posted: Aug 03 2011 04:01:05


Originally Published by nasa Earth Observatory – Acquired July 31, 2011, this natural-color image shows an eruption plume and lava flow from Puyehue-Cordón Caulle.......

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Massachusetts Coastline in Sunglint
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Posted: Aug 02 2011 04:01:45


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Manhattan-sized Ice Island
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Posted: Jul 27 2011 22:02:06


In August 2010, the Petermann Glacier along the northwestern coast of Greenland calved an ice island roughly four times the size of Manhattan. Nearly a year later, on July 20, 2011 , a piece of that ice islandâ€"named Petermann Ice Island -A (PII-A) and about the same size as Manha...

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Fires in Northwest Territories, Canada
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Posted: Jul 27 2011 04:01:41


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Antarctic Ice shelf collapse – “worse than we thought”
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Posted: Jul 26 2011 16:09:26


Researchers Provide Detailed Picture of Ice Loss Following Collapse of Antarctic Ice Shelves An international team of researchers has combined data from multiple sources to provide the clearest account yet of how much glacial ice surges into the sea following the collapse of Antarctic ice shelves...

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Aras River, Turkey-Armenia-Iran Border Region
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Posted: Jul 26 2011 04:01:39


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