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Nemo seems to thrive in waters warmed by climate change

Originally Published by New Scientist – Earth

A species of clownfish has been shown to grow bigger in warmer conditions, suggesting that some animals may benefit from global warming

The Ethics of Traditional Knowledge Exchange in Climate Change Initiatives

An essay exploring the ethical philosophy behind Guidelines for Considering Traditional Knowledges in Climate Change Initiatives.

This article is a part of Earthzine’s Indigenous Perspectives on Environmental Change Theme. For more articles in this category, click here

L-band Sensing Satellites Suffer Setbacks

Two recent setbacks to L-band microwave sensing missions have hindered our ability to study soil moisture and ocean salinity.

Big Data Flows: Water, Outsourcing, and the Flood of Data

Big Data is booming, and water utilities are beginning to be able to take advantage by leveraging the skills of those who already know how to collect and manage data.

Montana’s Sunburst Sensors Wins Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Tackling Ocean Acidification

A small team of scientists and engineers from Missoula, Montana, were awarded $1.5 million for breakthrough ocean pH sensors.

Reproducible research for biofuels, biogas

Originally Published by Earth & Climate News — ScienceDaily

Plant light sensors came from ancient algae

Originally Published by EurekAlert! – Earth Science

Phytochromes were inherited millions of years ago from ancient algae, finds a new study from Duke University.

Book Review: Elizabeth Kolbert’s ’The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History’

“The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History” is a book about extinction and the impact of humanity on a living planet. This article is a part of this month’s mini-theme, Extinction. For more articles in this theme, click here.

Surge in Renewables Remakes California’s Energy Landscape

Originally Published by Yale Environment 360

Megafauna extinction: DNA evidence pins blame on climate change

Originally Published by New Scientist – Earth

Humanity has long been on trial for the demise of mammoths and other large mammals – new forensic evidence reveals the true killer.

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