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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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Insurance & Technology
January 13, 2010
Haiti Quake Caused by Caribbean Fault Earthquakes don't occur as often in the Caribbean as they do on land but the quake that hit Haiti Tuesday was not unprecedented, scientists say. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
January 13, 2010
Cassie Rodenberg
Could Haiti's Earthquake Tragedy Have Been Prevented? One group of scientists thinks so. Back in 2008, Eric Calais and Paul Mann, geophysicists who study fault lines in the Caribbean, predicted that Haiti would soon face such a devastating quake. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 2010
Erik Sofge
How 4 Climate Control Plans Could Crash and Burn The term geo-engineering -- direct technological interventions to reshape the planet -- calls to mind the dark laughter of a science-fiction villain. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles Don't Be A Hero Philippine troops on Monday pressed the last 3,000 villagers who have refused to heed government warnings to leave the danger zone around a volcano that experts say is ready to erupt. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 15, 2009
Amber Angelle
New Underwater Explorers Go Where Scientists Can't Engineers have created new ways to do ocean research and solve environmental and biologic problems. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 1, 2009
Peter Kelemen
What East Anglia's E-mails Really Tell Us About Climate Change What stolen e-mails from climate scientists corresponding with East Anglia University tell us about global warming and what they don't. mark for My Articles 287 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 2009
Brian Thevenot
How to Stop a Hurricane With Cold Water Intellectual Ventures is in the business of chasing wild scientific ideas and finding out how feasible they are. This article describes their latest project -- how to stop hurricanes with cold water -- and future projects. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 20, 2009
Simon Hadlington
Nuclear waste research resurfaces The UK government's recent announcement of a significant expansion for nuclear power generation has rekindled the debate over the safe disposal of radioactive waste. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
National Defense
December 2009
Austin Wright
Polar Ice Surveillance At Rock Bottom Prices University of Kansas researchers needed an unmanned aerial vehicle that could carry 120 pounds worth of radar equipment at low altitudes and over icy terrain to measure vital information for the Navy in Antarctica. mark for My Articles 158 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 2009
Methane Maps Step One for Energy Prospectors A recent discovery indicates there may be more of the gas being released and from deeper areas of the Arctic seabed than expected. mark for My Articles 274 similar articles
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