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Hurricane Patricia set to hit Mexico tonight

Originally Published by New Scientist – Earth

Potentially catastrophic consequences are expected when record-breaking Patricia makes landfall later today
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Deep-sea bacteria could help neutralize greenhouse gas

Originally Published by ScienceDaily

A type of bacteria plucked from the bottom of the ocean could be put to work neutralizing large amounts of industrial carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere, a group of researchers has found.

How Acoustic Waves Help Us to See the Sea Floor: An Interview with Gerardo Acosta

Using AUVs allows researchers to collect data in a minimally disruptive way and opens opportunities to observe some of the Earth’s least-studied regions.

Rising Seas and More Intense Storms Likely to Cause Major Flooding Events

Originally Published by Yale Environment 360

Rising seas and increasingly frequent and intense storms along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts could interact to produce alarming changes.

Nano power grids between bacteria

Originally Published by Earth & Climate News — ScienceDaily

Microorganisms in the sea organize their power supply via tiny power-cables, thus oxidizing the greenhouse gas methane.
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Open Source Geospatial Tools – Applications in Earth Observation

A review of a book introducing command line processing for Earth observation data.

Warming Oceans Drive East Coast Fish to Cooler Waters

Originally Published by ClimateWire

Young East Coast fish are making moves to cooler waters, and researchers say that could mean changes for regional stock assessments.


Scott Kelly’s Year in Space

Originally Published by EarthSky

You think gravity wears you down? Try 12 months without it.


Our Deadened, Carbon-Soaked Seas

Originally Published by NYTimes

Ocean and coastal waters around the world are beginning to tell a disturbing story.

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