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AllQuakes - EMSC Oct 3
() M5.4 strikes 337 km W of () 8 min ago. More info:
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Dr. Ekaterina Uryupova Oct 9
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Chidambara .ML. Oct 2
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EcoWatch Oct 1
"We have altered our planet so much that the rates of ice sheet melt this century are on pace to be greater than anything we have seen under natural variability of the ice sheet over the past 12,000 years." -- Jason Briner, geologist
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Earth Extremities Oct 3
MAGNITUDE 5.3 Depth 10 km EASTERN GREENLAND
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Michael Sigl Sep 28
from the Ilopango TBJ (El Salvador) detected and fingerprinted by in the TUNU2013 in .
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Deirdre Power Sep 30
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Allan Peter Olsen Oct 8
After 6 months of no in Nuuk, 2 linked cases have emerged. The last confirmed case in over-all was July 24 in the small town of Nanortalik. Prior to this, Greenland had a total of 14 cases, no hospitalizations or deaths.
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Stallion Resources Oct 12
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SSF Oct 5
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Martin Johnson Oct 1
Facebook memory and a half. 3 years ago today, I was in with - send me back!! 🇬🇱
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Potsdam Institute Oct 1
'Sea level is communicated as a slow process that you can't do much about ... but the next 30 years matter,' warns PIK researcher Matthias Mengel. Led by 's Jason Briner he developed a model that reveals the future of the Ice Sheet
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WWF Arctic Programme Oct 10
Happy 🥳 The tern can travel 90,000 km (55,923 mi) from pole to pole every year 🕊️ from to the Weddell Sea in the South - and holds the record for the furthest migration of all animal species, not just birds 🤯
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Liane G. Benning also @DeepPurpleERCSy Oct 7
1 year ago and I have been awarded Thank you What a year. We could do fieldwork in our teams have been enriched by many new people, the is super exciting, the team is a dream.
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Col_McGowan Oct 7
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Columbia University Oct 2
If we don’t sharply curb emissions of greenhousegases, is on track to lose ice faster than in any century over last 12,000 years, finds new study co-authored by Lamont geochemists Nicolás Young, Joerg Schaefer, and colleagues.
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Mountain Life Media Oct 1
This and across is full of hazards—injury, gear failure, disorientation, & death via , , , or drowning.
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Alex von Witzleben Sep 27
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Steven J. Gibbons Oct 3
Interesting and unusual magnitude 5.3 on eastern about 3 hours ago. Low frequency signal on station DK.SCO (courtesy of GEUS, Denmark, and obtained via ) Long surface waves. Glacial-related event?
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WWF Arctic Programme Oct 1
's ice sheet is melting away 🧊💦 "The speed with which the Greenland ice sheet is melting is too quick to be part of a natural cycle, scientists say. If the entire sheet went away, it would add 24 ft to global sea levels."
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