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Faster carbon turnover in basal food-chain levels in aquatic than terrestrial ecosystems
Improved knowledge of how carbon moves through food chains of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems is required to understand capacity of ecosystems to sequester excess atmospheric CO2, improving climate change scenario predictions. (2004-02-25)
Increased environmental carbon levels - the good news!
Increasing carbon levels can be a good thing in some cases: Scientists at the University of Durham propose that higher levels of inorganic carbon can have a positive influence on human health. (2006-04-03)
Carbon release from ocean helped end Ice Age
Scientists have found a release of carbon dioxide stored deep in the ocean helped warm the planet and bring it out of the last ice age. (2015-02-11)
All Earth wants for Christmas? A sock for its coal
Concerns about greenhouse gases and global warming are getting scientists to think in unconventional ways about how to stem the carbon dioxide tide. (2004-12-01)
Crustal limestone platforms feed carbon to many of Earth's arc volcanoes
A new analysis suggests that much of the carbon released from volcanic arcs, chains of volcanoes that arise along the tectonic plates of a subduction zone, comes from remobilizing limestone reservoirs in the Earth's crust. (2017-07-20)
Geochemist raises questions about carbon sequestration at Goldschmidt Conference
As carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere rise, policy makers and scientists are looking at carbon sequestration as a way to tackle the problems associated with the greenhouse gas. (2010-06-16)
Transcontinental wildfire emissions monitored from space
Using data from the SCIAMACHY instrument aboard ESA's environmental satellite Envisat, scientists have determined that the carbon monoxide hovering over Australia during the wildfire season largely originated from South American wildfires some 13,000 kilometers away. (2007-05-08)
Study questions nature's ability to 'self-correct' climate change
Forests have a limited capacity to soak up atmospheric carbon dioxide, according to a new study from Northern Arizona University. (2013-08-06)
Carbon monoxide linked to heart problems in elderly
Exposure to carbon monoxide, even at levels well below national limits, is associated with an increased risk of hospitalization for the elderly with heart problems, according to a study published today in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association. (2009-08-31)
USDA symposium on natural resource management to offset greenhouse gas emissions
Hosted by the SRS Southern Global Change Program (SGCP), the symposium will present the latest research on management options for increasing carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems. (2002-08-12)
Increased tropical forest growth could release carbon from the soil
A new study shows that as climate change enhances tree growth in tropical forests, the resulting increase in litterfall could stimulate soil microorganisms leading to a release of stored soil carbon. (2011-08-14)
Study finds accelerated soil carbon loss, increasing the rate of climate change
Research published in Science found that increased levels of CO2 in the atmosphere cause soil microbes to produce more carbon dioxide, accelerating climate change. (2014-04-24)
Muscle deterioration in patients with lung disease seen connected to CO2
Muscle deterioration in patients with lung diseases might be a direct consequence of high carbon dioxide levels in their blood, an international team of researchers headed by Prof. (2009-04-23)
Global warming pioneer calls for CO2 to be taken from atmosphere and stored underground
Wally Broeker, the first person to alert the world to Global Warming, has called for atmospheric CO2 to be captured and stored underground. (2014-08-27)
Increased carbon dioxide levels in air restrict plants' ability to absorb nutrients
The rapidly rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere affect plants' absorption of nitrogen, which is the nutrient that restricts crop growth in most terrestrial ecosystems. (2015-06-12)
Mice use specialized neurons to detect carbon dioxide in the air
Mice have a way of detecting carbon dioxide, and new research from Rockefeller University shows that a special set of olfactory neurons is involved, a finding that may have implications for how predicted increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide may affect animal behavior. (2007-08-16)
Global warming predictions are overestimated, suggests study on black carbon
A detailed analysis of black carbon -- the residue of burned organic matter -- in computer climate models suggests that those models may be overestimating global warming predictions. (2008-11-19)
Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide promotes algal growth
It is usually thought that unlike terrestrial plants, submerged plants like algae will not show any response to an increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide. (2004-05-13)
Ice core studies confirm accuracy of climate models
An analysis has been completed of the global carbon cycle and climate for a 70,000 year period in the most recent Ice Age, showing a remarkable correlation between carbon dioxide levels and surprisingly abrupt changes in climate. (2008-09-11)
Experts examine the environmental impact of crime
New research indicates that crime committed in 2011 in England and Wales gave rise to more than four million tons of carbon dioxide equivalents. (2016-06-22)
Increases in certain algae could impact carbon cycle
Two new studies report dramatic changes in phytoplankton abundance and nature, changes that have important implications for storing excess carbon. (2015-11-26)
Climate change could stop fish finding their friends
Like humans, fish prefer to group with individuals with whom they are familiar, rather than strangers. (2014-06-30)
Mystery on the Hudson
In a recent study, Stuart Findlay (Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, New York) discovered changes in the amount of carbon in the Hudson River. (2005-04-05)
Plants' fungi allies may not help store climate change's extra carbon
Fungi found in plants may not be the answer to mitigating climate change by storing additional carbon in soils as some previously thought, according to an international team of plant biologists. (2012-08-30)
Carbon dioxide's new-found signalling role could be applied to blood flow, birth and deafness
New research reveals exactly how the body measures carbon dioxide and suggests that far from being a metabolic waste product, it could play a key role as a biological signalling molecule. (2013-11-13)
U.S. carbon storage: Land use dominates carbon dioxide, climate
A new study, published in the March 17 issue of Science, has found that land use, more than atmospheric carbon dioxide or the vagaries of climate, controls how much carbon is stored each year across the continental United States. (2000-03-15)
Scientists find some thrive in acid seas
Researchers from James Cook University have found that ocean acidification may not be all bad news for one important sea-dwelling plant. (2015-10-19)
Fossil fuel emissions will complicate radiocarbon dating, warns scientist
Fossil fuel emissions could soon make it impossible for radiocarbon dating to distinguish new materials from artifacts that are hundreds of years old. (2015-07-20)
Cover crops can sequester soil organic carbon
A 12-year University of Illinois study shows that, although the use of cover crops does not improve crop yields, the practice does increase the amount of sequestered soil organic carbon using three different soil management systems. (2014-12-02)
Late Cretaceous Period was likely ice-free
For years, scientists have thought that a continental ice sheet formed during the Late Cretaceous Period more than 90 million years ago when the climate was much warmer than it is today. (2013-09-24)
Gas from the past gives scientists new insights into climate and the oceans
In recent years, public discussion of climate change has included concerns that increased levels of carbon dioxide will contribute to global warming, which in turn may change the circulation in the Earth's oceans, with potentially disastrous consequences. (2008-10-03)
From lemons to lemonade: Using carbon dioxide to make carbon nitride
Michigan Tech scientist Yun Han Hu has discovered a chemical reaction that not only eats up the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide, it creates some useful compounds to boot. (2012-05-21)
Deep sea algae connect ancient climate, carbon dioxide and vegetation
Mark Pagani in the Department of Geology and Geophysics at Yale and his colleagues mapped the first detailed history of atmospheric carbon dioxide between 45 - 25 million years ago based on stable isotopes of carbon. (2005-06-22)
Atmospheric carbon monoxide levels decline U.S. mid-atlantic region
Levels of atmospheric carbon monoxide (CO) are declining in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region, according to a new study funded in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF). (1999-09-10)
Plant response to carbon dioxide emissions depends on their neighbors
Plants may have a hard time adapting to climate change if they move to new regions to keep up with changing habitats, according to new UBC research. (2016-08-11)
Plants will not save us from greenhouse gases
According to researchers at McGill University, we have been overestimating the ability of plants to counteract the greenhouse effect. (2004-09-29)
NU researcher finds missing atmospheric carbon dioxide
A Northeastern University researcher today announced that he has found that the soil below oak trees exposed to elevated levels of carbon dioxide had significantly higher carbon levels than those exposed to ambient carbon levels. (2004-12-01)
Treatment seeks to address exacerbations of COPD
A new study finds that delivery of oxygen via high-flow nasal tubes may help patients who experience exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). (2017-05-04)
Carbon-offsetting and conservation can both be winners in rainforest
Logged rainforests can support as much plant, animal and insect life as virgin forest within 15 years if properly managed, research at the University of Leeds has found. (2009-10-19)
Past spikes in carbon dioxide levels accompanied by high ocean circulation
Two abrupt rises in carbon dioxide and Northern Hemispheric warming occurred during the last glacial ice melt, and new evidence confirms that these spikes were accompanied by deep ocean 'flushing' events. (2015-09-24)
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