Carbon Stored in Himalayan River Basin Soils Surprisingly Old, With Future Climate Implications

November 10, 2011 by  
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Soils in the Ganges-Brahmaputra river basin currently aren’t releasing much of the stored carbon into the atmosphere, but at some future point they may, increasing warming.

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New "Cyborg" Yeast Can Be Controlled By Computer

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A breakthrough in controlling yeast with computers gives a glimpse at where science is headed with controlling lifeforms.

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Grand Canyon Abandons Bottled Water Ban, After Meetings With Coca Cola

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The Grand Canyon was on track to ban bottled water sales in the park until Coca Cola registered its ‘concerns’ about the ban.

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Canstruction: Architects and Engineers Demonstrate Real Can-do Spirit

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They use over 100,000 cans to build architectural models in support of New York food drive

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Shooting Down Space Junk with Giant Lasers

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The latest concept for dealing with the serious problem of space debris takes aim with powerful lasers.

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Giant Otters Put on a Show in the Brazilian Pantanal

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In this series of photos and videos, a group of otters swim, eat, and play in their swampy home.

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US Commerce Department Investigating Alleged Illegal Chinese Support For Solar Power

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New import tariffs on Chinese-made solar panels could be implemented next year.

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Caught on Film: High School Turbine Raising

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A time-lapse video of a high school raising up their first wind turbine shows a lesson they won’t forget.

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The latest trend among the 1%: Generator Envy

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Home theatres and wine grottos are so 2007; the latest trend is the home generator. Next: Gun turrets.

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