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Chemical In Atmosphere

Cigarette smoking, forest fires and woodburning can release a chemical that may be at least partly responsible for human health problems related to smoke exposure, according to a new study by NOAA researchers and their colleagues. Using a custom mass spectrometer designed by the researchers, the NOAA-led team was able get the first look at […]
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    • Carbon Dioxide Breaks 800,000 Year Record
      NOAA — For 800,000 years before the twentieth century, carbon dioxide levels in Earth’s atmosphere never exceeded 300 parts per million. Then the Industrial Revolution began, and modern human civilization started burning through millions of years of fossilized carbon in the geological blink of an eye. NOAA scientists reported that in March 2015 the monthly […]
    • 12.5 Million Dead Trees in California
      CALIFORNIA — In a survey conducted by the U.S. Forest Service, they found the severe drought in California has caused the death of over 12 million trees. California is in its third year of drought. In 2014, a large increase in tree mortality was observed, especially in the Central Coast and Southern Sierra Ranges. Ground […]
    • Desalination
      San Diego County — As drinking water becomes scarcer, desalination will become a rising trend. California is experiencing an extended drought. Now, San Diego County is building a $1 billion desalination plant. “It was not an easy decision to build this plant,” said Mark Weston, chairman of the agency that supplies water to San Diego […]
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    • Latest Mississippi River Delta News: May 29, 2015
      La. coastal plan, including local projects, wins approval By Keith Magill, Daily Comet. May 28, 2015 "Louisiana's 2016 coastal restoration master plan has won final legislative approval. It provides $884 million for projects next year, an increase of approximately $159 million over the year prior.” (Read More)   At State of City, Mayor Landrieu Announce […]
    • Congress Shouldn’t Destabilize Our Fisheries
      By Monica GoldbergNext week, the House of Representatives will consider H.R. 1335, a bill to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act.  Fisheries issues often avoid the partisanship that otherwise rules (some would say cripples) Washington, but the Natural Resources Committee voted out H.R. 1335 strictly on party lines, and we expect the same […]
    • Results: The Bright Side of Getting Into a Routine
      By Erica MorehouseBy: Erica Morehouse, Senior Attorney, and Katie Hsia-Kiung, High Meadows Research Fellow What do we call regularly occurring activities? A routine. Which, let’s face it, can sometimes feel tired and uninteresting. But other times, getting into a routine can mean good things. When you get an all-clear at a check-up with the doctor […]
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    • April 2015 National Overview
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      Please see April 2015 Global Analysis report for more information.
    • April 2015 Drought
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    • NASA/JPL bring sights and sounds to World Science Festival
      Exhibits, displays and presenters from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, are participating in this year's World Science Festival in New York, to be held from May 27 through 31.   JPL exhibits/events include the premiere of "Orbit Pavilion," a massive walk-through sculpture that allows the public to "hear" the orbits of NASA's Earth-observing fleet […]
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