A revised Holocene sea-level curve for the southeast coast of New South Wales, Australia, is presented based on a review of previously published geochronological results for fossil molluscs, organic-rich mud, mangrove roots and fixed biological … [Read more...] about A Review of Sea-Level Change on the Southeast Coast of Australia
Archives for November 15, 2007
30,000 sea birds found dead on the beaches plus at least the same number of birds oil soaked and facing death. A number of dead dolphins are now found dead on the beaches as well. This might have been the biggest ecological catastrophe facing Russia … [Read more...] about Russia Facing the Worst Ecological Catastrophe Since Chernobyl? A Note from Ann Novek
Melting Arctic Ocean sea ice may have been caused by a reversal in the ocean's circulation that had been going on for about a decade, scientists from NASA and the University of Colorado said. Rocky Mountain News: 'Ocean circulation may contribute to … [Read more...] about Ocean Circulation Reversal Melts Arctic Sea Ice
A study of the world's power stations has shown the extent to which developed countries produce more carbon dioxide per head than emerging economies. Australians were found to be the world's worst polluters per capita, producing five times as much … [Read more...] about Australians Named World’s Number One Emitters
Two events loom on the horizon that might settle the issue once and for all; one shaped by human hands, one entirely natural. At Cern, the giant European physics facility, an experiment called Cloud is being constructed which will research the … [Read more...] about As the Sun Goes Down, it’s Solar v CO2 : Which One Will Win?