Greenland Ice Cover Loss Shown with New Earth-Space Monitoring System (Video)

April 5, 2010 by  
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Image via YouTube video A new combined Earth-Space monitoring system is helping geophysicists and climatologists watch the ice coverage of Greenland and monitor how the ice mass is shifting north. A short video animating the change is startling, and the data also documents for the first time what happens with “crustal uplift” as the heavy ice sheets melt off. Because of the change in surface make-up, the bigger glaciers of the northwest are skidding downhill faster, and the main outlet glaciers are said to have more than doubled their contributio..

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Weekday Vegetarian: Tofu and Wild Mushrooms

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Photo:Kelly Rossiter TreeHugger founder Graham Hill found himself in a quandry about a year ago. He knew the health problems that can be caused by eating meat, the awful treatment of animals in factory farming , as well as the ecological problems for the health of the planet. And yet, he still ate meat

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Coal-Carrying Ship Wrecked on Barrier Reef Will Take Weeks to Remove

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Photo via Physorg, Credit Australian Maritime Safety Authority Saturday, a coal-carrying ship, the Chinese Shen Neng 1, ran around on Douglas Shoals in the Great Barrier Reef. It is (or at least was) a pristine habitat and favorite fishing spot.

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