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Australia commits $15m in bid to eradicate carp using herpes virus

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

Coalition government announces budget funds for national plan to control Australia’s worst freshwater feral pest


Learning About the Environment and Making Smarter Decisions Using Web-Based Mapping Tools

By Joseph Kerski, Ph.D. Education Manager, Esri
Instructor, University of Denver

How an Instagram Feed, Next Generation Satellite Imagery and Open-Access Data Are Changing the Way We See the Planet

Daily Overview creator Ben Grant, using images from DigitalGlobe, hopes to foster a sense of stewardship for the planet. 

Did Earth’s magnetic field collapse for 2 hours on April 23?

Originally Published by EarthSky

The answer is no, Earth’s magnetic field did not collapse. Here’s all that really happened on April 23. A website claimed that the magnetic field did collapse and suggested that that worldwide disasters would result:


Assessing the Impacts of Building Capacity in the Use of Earth Observations through the NASA DEVELOP Program

With interest growing to understand the value of Earth observations, NASA DEVELOP is working to assess the impacts of its capacity-building efforts.

By Georgina S. Crepps
Impact Analysis Senior Fellow
SSAI Consultant

Ancient tectonic activity was trigger for ice ages

Originally Published by Earth & Climate News — ScienceDaily

Continental shifting may have acted as a natural mechanism for extreme carbon sequestration.

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