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Tuesday, 15 December 2015 02:34

The Paris Agreement on Climate Change

Published in Climate Change

Global water resources face new challenges in the coming decades that entail a renewed role for water policy analysis. Scarcity, growing populations, and massive water development projects have led to keen competition over water resources. Climate change is expected to further reduce the availability of water resources and increase the variability in water supplies in some regions...
Sunday, 18 October 2015 02:13

On the Edge of Ice in the Amundsen Gulf

The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired this image of an interesting sea ice edge on June 21, 2014, the first day of summer. The scene shows a part of the Amundsen Gulf, between Canada’s Victoria Island and the mainland, that opens to the Beaufort Sea to the west. The gulf forms the westernmost section of the Northwest Passage, which opened during the low-ice year of 2007, but remained ice-bound in 2014.
Published in Amundsen Gulf

Photo : NASA

Yamal Peninsula in Siberia has recently become world famous. Spectacular sinkhole, appeared as out of nowhere in the permafrost of the area, sparking the speculations of significant release of greenhouse gas methane into the atmosphere...

Published in Taz

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