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Climate change in charts: from record global temperatures to science denial

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

The world’s hottest year on record has prompted much media coverage. But there hasn’t been enough charts and graphs.

Seeing the Reef for the Corals

Originally Published by NASA Earth Observatory

Studying corals from above could help scientists understand how these critical ecosystems will weather a changing climate.
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Looking Ahead: GEOGLAM in 2016

GEOGLAM looks to expand data sharing, refine and evolve the Crop Monitor, and grow community in the developing world during the next year.

NASA to Capture Best-Ever Portrait of Coral Reef Health

Originally Published by Space.com

NASA is about to get up close and personal with Earth’s corals: The space agency will use airplanes and water instruments to survey these delicate structures and capture the most detailed views ever of the planet’s corals.
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Earth Observations Outlook 2016: Earth Science Week

“Geoheritage awareness is essential for all citizens of the planet, who are the 21st-century inheritors, managers, and protectors of a vast wealth of irreplaceable natural treasures, billions of years in the making.”

Earthzine Outlook 2016: Virtual Poster Sessions and Writing Club

In 2016, Earthzine will continue to aid professional development with Virtual Poster Sessions and a mentored writing club.

Record-breaking double star may be cannibalising itself

Originally Published by New Scientist – Earth

A binary star with the longest and most infrequent eclipses ever may bust the records because one star is stealing material from the other
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ASU researchers find microbial heat islands in the desert

Originally Published by environmentalresearchweb: all content

Deserts are often thought of as barren places that are left exposed to the extremes of heat and cold and where not much is afoot. But that view is being altered as new research reveals the intricate ecological dynamics of deserts as they change in response to the elements.
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