Similar Tropical Forests Store Much Different Amounts of Carbon: New Report

September 7, 2010 by  
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photo: Lori via flickr While we’ve just learned that over 80% of new farmland in the tropics came at the expense of forests, another new study shows us that when it comes to calculating how much carbon tropical forests store , variable on the ground conditions make estimating how much sequestration potential forests have more tricky than thought.

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Critically Endangered Whales Stop Feeding Thanks To Russian Oil & Gas Exploration

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Photos via ICUN The issue of how marine noise impacts whales is a subject of intense study.

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What a Waste of an Oil Disaster

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Image credit: Oliver Bernstein, Sierra Club.

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Finally Something To Do With Empty CD/DVD Spindles

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Photo via user Crath on reddit The Second “R” Something else than carry bagel sandwiches, that is (see below). This one might only apply to geeks, but then again, if you have lots of empty CD and DVD spindles, chances are you also have a bunch of disorganized cables in a pile somewhere…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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