- NASA sees second biggest flare of the solar cycle
- Oceans acidifying faster today than in past 300 million years
- When it comes to creating wetlands, Mother Nature is in charge
Posted: 07 Mar 2012 03:51 PM PST
The leading edge of the first of two major coronal mass ejections will reach Earth at about 1:25 AM EST on the morning of March 8 (plus or minus 7 hours). Such a CME could result in a severe geomagnetic storm, causing aurora at low latitudes, with possible disruption to high frequency radio communication, global positioning systems (GPS), and power grids.
Posted: 07 Mar 2012 11:54 AM PST
The oceans may be acidifying faster today than they did in the last 300 million years, according to scientists.
Posted: 07 Mar 2012 06:38 AM PST
Fifteen years of studying two experimental wetlands has convinced experts that turning the reins over to Mother Nature makes the most sense when it comes to this area of ecological restoration.
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