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Stranded Antarctic Ships Break Free Of Ice, Heading To Open Sea

01/07/14
A Russian research vessel and Chinese icebreaker stranded in Antarctica have broken free from the heavy ice that gripped them and are ... tags: Australian_Maritime_Safety_AuthorityEnvironment_News

U.S. Breaker To Help Russian, Chinese Ships Stuck In Antarctic Ice

01/04/14
The Coast Guard announced Saturday that the United States is sending a heavy icebreaker to help free a Russian ship and a Chinese ... tags: Environment_NewsKapitan_KhlebnikovUnited_States

Florida Mangrove Forest Grows Further North This Winter

01/02/14
The state of Florida hasnt experienced a freeze this winter, and the mangrove forests are continuing to spread further North. The state of ... tags: cold_sensitiveEnvironment_Newsflorida_mangroveflorida_mangroves_doubleflorida_mangrove_forests_studyGeoBeatskilling_frosts

El Salvador Volcano Spews More Ash, Gases

12/30/13
A volcano in eastern El Salvador belched more ash and gases on Monday after a big eruption on Sunday that drove more than 1,600 people into ... tags: El_Salvadorenvironment_ministryEnvironment_NewsJonathan_OatisUlises_Rodriguez

NY City Greenhouse Gas Emissions Drop 19 Pct Since 2005

12/30/13
New York City's greenhouse gas emissions have dropped by 19 percent since 2005, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Monday, putting the city ... tags: Barack_ObamaEnvironment_NewsLeslie_AdlerMichael_BloombergMitt_RomneyNew_York_CitySergej_Mahnovski

Australia Cyclone Heads Inland After Battering Iron Ore Ports

12/30/13
Australia's Pilbara iron ore shipping and mining region, the world's largest, faced cyclonic winds and torrential rains on Tuesday after a ... tags: andDampierEmergencyEnvironment_NewsFireJames_ReganServices

China Targets Cement, Batteries, Metals In Anti-pollution Push

12/27/13
China will raise standards for the production of cement, batteries, leather and heavy metals as part of its efforts to cut air, water and ... tags: ChinaEnvironmentEnvironment_NewsHeavy_metal_musicNitrogen_dioxidePeoplesRepublic

UK's Cameron To EU: Don't Stifle Fracking With New Laws

12/17/13
British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned the European Commission not to propose European Union-wide legislation to regulate the ... tags: David_CameronEnvironment_NewsEuropean_CommissionEuropean_ParliamentEuropean_UnionEuropean_Union-wideHydraulic_fracturing

Migrating Birds Can Still Function in Changing Climate Conditions

12/18/13
Bar-tailed godwit birds migrate non-stop from Alaska to New Zealand during the fall every year. According to researchers from the United ... tags: birds_climate_changebirds_climate_change_studybirds_still_migrateclimate_changeEnvironment_NewsGeoBeatsmigrating_birds_effect_climate

New Englanders Struggle to Find Sand for Coastline

12/18/13
Sea levels are on the rise, and many coastal New Englanders are finding themselves woefully short on the sand needed to contain them. Sea ... tags: costly_sand_warsEnvironment_Newserosion_massachusetts_sandGeoBeatsNewsnew_englandsand_commodity_new_england

Ozone Hole Not Expected to Recover for Over 50 Years

12/17/13
Chemicals that are known to negatively effect the ozone layer have been banned, but according to estimates from NASA scientists, the hole ... tags: Environment_NewsGeoBeatsnasa_ozone_damagenasa_ozone_holenasa_ozone_hole_50_yearsnasa_ozone_hole_recovernasa_ozone_hole_research

Bat Signals Affected by Climate Change

12/14/13
Scientists, concerned and curious about how climate change may affect bats echolocation abilities, took a closer look at what will likely ... tags: bats_climate_changebat_habitats_climate_changebat_hibernation_global_warmingclimate_change_affect_batsclimate_change_bats_hangingclimate_change_bat_studyEnvironment_News