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Alaska's Columbia glacier traveling at record pace
Already the fastest moving glacier in the world, the Columbia Glacier in Alaska has increased its speed from 25 meters to 35 meters per day in recent months, according to a University of Colorado at Boulder glaciologist. (1999-06-16)
USGS Advisory: DNA Fingerprinting Allows Non-Intrusive Study Of Grizzly Bears
Recent advances in genetic technology that allow scientists to study bear populations without handling bears is the topic of Katherine Kendall's lecture scheduled for April 6 at 1 PM in Room 3004 at the Main Interior Building at 1849 C St., NW, Washington, D.C. (1999-04-05)
DNA Fingerprinting Allows Non-Intrusive Study Of Grizzly Bears
Recent advances in genetic technology that allow scientists to study bear populations without handling bears is the topic of Katherine Kendall's lecture scheduled for April 1st at the U.S. (1999-03-29)
Summer Ends, Summer Begins As NSF Sends Teachers To The Poles
Four teachers have returned from the Arctic, and ten more are preparing to go to the Antarctic as part of the Teachers Experiencing the Arctic/Antarctic (TEA) program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). (1998-10-07)
Scientists To Report On Vast Antarctic Ice Sheet, Seek Clues To Its Future
An AGU-sponsored Chapman Conference on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet will be held at the University of Maine, Orono, September 13-18. (1998-09-02)
Extreme Conditions Ahead For Antarctic Voyagers
A major mid-winter scientific expedition will investigate why vast sections of ocean adjoining the Antarctic coast remain ice-free during the winter months. (1998-07-13)
Montana Fungus The First But Not The Best
Taxomyces andreanae may be the world's first fungus known to make the anti-cancer drug taxol, but the Montana microbe probably won't be the one tapped to make commercial amounts of the medicine. (1998-06-18)
Alaska's Columbia Glacier continues on disintegration course
The volume of the world's glaciers outside of Antarctica and the Greenland Ice Sheet continues to decline and the rate of ice loss continues to accelerate, according to a new University of Colorado at Boulder study. (1998-05-26)
The Earth Moves...Synthetic Aperture Radar Takes The Snapshot
Stanford's Howard Zebker, co-developer of a new technology called synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometry, describes at AAAS how this satellite-based technology is being used to detect centimeter-sized changes over large areas of the Earth's crust -- such as a volcano breathing or a faultline relaxing after a quake. (1998-02-17)
Researchers In Himalayas Retrieve Highest Ice Core Ever Drilled
An expedition to a glacier atop the world's 14th highest peak in the Himalayan Mountains returned with ice cores containing climate records that could reach into the last glacial stage -- some 12,000 years ago. (1997-11-24)
Researchers Date Chinese Ice Core To 500,000 Years
A team of scientists has reconstructed a detailed climate record for the last 130,000 years from a thousand-foot-long ice core they drilled into a glacier on the Tibetan Plateau in 1992. (1997-06-19)
Latest Evidence of Global Warming Presented To AAG
Ohio State University researchers warn that the most compelling evidence for recent global warming may be found in the tropics and subtropics, not in the polar regions where early signs of warming are anticipated. (1997-04-03)
World's Most Studied Glacier Surges Again
The world's most studied glacier surged recently at least four years ahead of when scientists were expecting it to. (1996-10-10)
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