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Kaye Menner Jul 19
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World Economic Forum Jul 7
The cost of keeping cool. 📕 Read more:
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Dr Ambrish Mithal Jul 21
I don't know about harm, but checks have very limited utility in . They might still be useful at hospital entrances -to direct people to the flu clinic. COVID-19 temperature checks might do more harm than good | Popular Science
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FeverGuard Jul 28
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Scientific Data Jul 23
Predicting future climatic conditions at high spatial resolution is essential for many impact studies in science. Here, and colleagues present high resolution monthly and timeseries data for the period 2006-2100.
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Forensic-Jobs.com Jul 20
How technology can help to create a safe working and leisure environment. ctfsupport@coppertreeforensics.co.uk
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Twin Commander LLC Jul 23
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Sayaka Mori Jul 2
Siberia's , the record holder for the lowest in the Northern Hemisphere, was hotter than almost everyday during the second half of June. However, at last, it's coming back to normal.
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Sixtine Lépine Jun 30
To keep the global increase below 1.5-2°C 🌡 we will have to not only reduce emissions but also remove some carbon from the atmosphere. 🌎 Discover ' solutions to remove carbon from the 🌫 on
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Virgin Radio Groove UK Jul 16
Who sounds this good on a phone recording?! of course 🤩
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Bureau of Meteorology, Northern Territory Jul 14
Enjoying the fabulous dry season temperatures 🌡️ in the ? Forecasters get regular temperature readings from weather stations across Australia and the world. How do weather stations measure ? Read our blog at
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DexLinx Jul 27
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Jean-Pierre Gattuso Jul 26
"Hottest Ever Day Recorded in Arctic Svalbard". Yesterday, reached 21.7C in Longyearbyen, High (78.1N), smashing the previous record. via
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UN Geneva Jul 9
The annual mean global is likely to be at least 1°C above pre-industrial levels (1850-1900) in each of the coming five years, and there is a 20% chance that it will exceed 1.5°C in at least one year, shows a new prediction:
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School of GeoSciences @ University of Edinburgh Jul 21
🌊 New published in showing the evolution of , thermocline & and in the late , in the run-up to the PETM. 🤲Prof Dick Kroon was a co-author 📖
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Carl Churchill Jul 23
You can make custom elevation surfaces in . Great way to visualize 3D data, like this data of US Mean I quickly pulled off . Heres one way how to do it:
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SmileMe.In Jul 7
your business & concerned about customers & emp safety? Deploy our automatic fever detection device @
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Weatherology Jul 7
The hottest on Earth was measured in Death Valley, CA this week, back in 1913. What happened to the previous world temperature from Libya, and what causes such record in Death Valley?
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Pro Tool Reviews Jul 17
When the rises, so can your Temp iQ - we this comfortable Performance in the sweltering Florida right now!
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marco petagna Jul 23
July 25 2019: Low to our W, high to E=very hot S airflow Record breaking 38.7C Cambridge This Sat 25 July...low pressure closer to with local warmth (~23C) in a SW airflow giving way to fresher W'ly More detail on UK extremes..
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