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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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Chemistry World
August 21, 2009
Hepeng Jia
China's emissions to peak early A new report suggests that China's carbon emissions could peak in 2030, twenty years earlier than previously estimated. mark for My Articles 540 similar articles
Insurance & Technology
August 19, 2009
Anthony O'Donnell
Hurricane Bill Now Category 4, Expected to Miss U.S., Bermuda Latest forecasts indicate that neither the U.S. or Bermuda likely to be affected by Hurricane Bill, though Nova Scotia could feel the effects of the storm early next week, according to some scenarios. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 13, 2009
Helen Carmichael
US officials probe hydrogen fluoride incidents A sudden release of propane and highly toxic hydrogen fluoride gas from an ExxonMobil refinery in Joliet, Illinois led to two employees being rushed to hospital last week. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Fast Company
September 2009
Tim McKeough
Pollution All Over the Map French company Sensaris uses sensors to aggregate info about smoggy hot spots. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 11, 2009
Simon Hadlington
Urban materials trigger air pollution Independent teams of researchers in the UK and the US have shown that nitrogen oxides in the atmosphere can participate in chemical reactions on the surfaces of buildings, indoors and outdoors. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 6, 2009
Simon Hadlington
Organic aerosol mystery solved Scientists believe they may have cracked an important conundrum in atmospheric chemistry: how a volatile molecule released by plants helps to form aerosols that can have a profound effect on weather and climate systems. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
August 6, 2009
Andrew Moseman
Spying For Science: Military Satellites Aid Civilian Research Environmental scientists can benefit from the information dispersed by military satellites mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 3, 2009
Lewis Brindley
Weaving with bacteria Bacteria-packed fabrics that can suck pollutants out of water have been made by American researchers. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 3, 2009
Robert Steyer
Betting Against God Casino investors must beware bad weather as much as bad balance sheets. mark for My Articles 687 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 30, 2009
James Urquhart
Water linked to mantle oxidation US scientists have used an emerging technique to analyse minuscule samples of magma derived from the Earth's mantle in different tectonic environments and discovered a direct link between water content and the oxidation state of iron within the sample. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
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