In a Single Generation, Alaska's Landscapes Have Transformed

Source: Gizmodo As we continue to burn fossil fuels like there’s no tomorrow, an insidious transformation is taking place under our noses. Remote ecosystems in our planet’s far north are changing at a...

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Un mapamundi nocturno ‘online’ para combatir la contaminación lumínica

Fuente: El PaisEl astrofísico Alejandro Sánchez buscaba información sobre fuentes de contaminación lumínica para realizar su tesis cuando se encontró con un archivo de la NASA que tiene miles de...

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Las probabilidades de que tengamos dos huracanes en años seguidos

Fuente: NoticelAunque es imposible predecir que otro huracán azotará a Puerto Rico este año, expertos en meteorología aseguran que es improbable un azote directo.“Estadísticamente es inusual para...

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Attack of the extreme floods

Source: NatureOn 8 September 2017, Thomas Wahl checked in at London’s Gatwick Airport for a nearly-empty flight to Orlando, Florida. A coastal engineer at the University of Central Florida, Wahl knew...

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México: mejoran sistema de alerta de sismos

Fuente: SciDev   Un nuevo algoritmo permitirá que el sistema de alerta de sismos de México (SASMEX) sea más preciso en cuanto a la intensidad esperada del movimiento del terreno, brindando una alerta...

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Indonesia's Mount Sinabung Volcano Erupted Today and the Photos Are Spooky as Hell

Source: GizmodoThe photos and video emerging from the Indonesian island of Sumatra right now are absolutely terrifying. Thankfully, no one has been hurt, but the smoke and ash bubbling from Mount...

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National Geographic apologizes for publishing Malvinas pictures as from the Falklands

Source: MercoPressNational Geographic has apologized to Tierra del Fuego governor Rosana Bertone for publishing in Instagram pictures identified as taken in the Falklands, instead of the Malvinas...

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Dam building binge in Amazon will shred ecosystems, scientists warn

Source: Science MagazineLIMA—Once upon a time, thousands of dorados, a giant among catfish, would swim more than 3000 kilometers from the mouth of the Amazon River to spawn during the austral autumn...

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