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Something new under the sun
That plants grow better if grown in a greenhouse in the correct climate is nothing new. (2007-01-30)
Verifying greenhouse gas emissions for climate agreements
Agreements to limit emissions of greenhouse gases are currently the focus of international negotiations. (2010-03-18)
Reservoirs are a major source of greenhouse gases
The BioScience Talks podcast (http://bioscience.libsyn.com) features discussions of topical issues related to the biological sciences (2016-11-09)
Link between tropical warming and greenhouse gases stronger than ever, say scientists
New evidence from climate records of the past provides some of the strongest indications yet of a direct link between tropical warmth and higher greenhouse gas levels, say scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara. (2005-10-13)
Biodiesel won't drive down global warming
EU legislation to promote the uptake of biodiesel could increase rather than decrease greenhouse gas emissions. (2007-04-23)
Study finds thicker storm clouds over warmer tropical waters, affect climate
Over warmer ocean waters, tropical storm clouds become thicker, more extensive and reflect more sunlight back into space than they do over cooler waters, NASA researchers report. (2002-09-19)
Replacing coal and oil with natural gas will not help fight global warming
Both shale gas and conventional natural gas have a larger greenhouse gas footprint than do coal or oil, especially for the primary uses of residential and commercial heating. (2014-07-21)
PA inventory shows fossil fuels remain largest source of carbon dioxide
Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are the most significant greenhouse gas emissions in Pennsylvania according to the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory for Pennsylvania prepared by Penn State researchers. (2003-09-24)
New web-based tool details greenhouse gas emissions for 6,700 facilities nationwide
How many tons of greenhouse gases are coming out of that smokestack? (2012-02-01)
Storage of greenhouse gasses in Siberian peat moor
Wet peat moorlands form a sustainable storage place for the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide but are also a source of the much stronger greenhouse gas methane. (2007-01-30)
Quantum cryptography
Quantum cryptography is often advertised as the answer to classical cryptographers' nightmares, since it gives a way of sending secret messages which is guaranteed by the laws of quantum theory to be secure. (2005-07-05)
Record greenhouse gas levels: See for yourself
For the first time, greenhouse gas data are accessed easily on a new CSIRO website. (2011-06-22)
Global halt to major greenhouse gas growth
The greenhouse gas, methane, has stopped growing in the global background atmosphere and could begin to decrease, CSIRO researchers announced today. (2003-11-25)
2 'new' greenhouse gases growing
Two new greenhouse gases are accumulating in the atmosphere, according to an international research team led by scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in the US and CSIRO scientist, Dr. (2009-03-23)
The ecological equivalent of Ellis Island: from ancestry to biodiversity
Steve Hubbell's book claimed many patterns in nature could be explained by the theory that all species are equivalent in competition for resources. (2004-02-24)
Greenhouse gases: The measurement challenge
A new report sponsored by NIST focuses on one of the key challenges to developing an effective strategy for managing Earth's greenhouse gases: defining and developing the measurement technology needed to quantify greenhouse gas emissions. (2011-08-17)
Arctic warming linked to combination of reduced sea ice and global atmospheric warming
The combination of melting sea ice and global atmospheric warming are contributing to the high rate of warming in the Arctic, where temperatures are increasing up to four times faster than the global average, a new University of Melbourne study has shown. (2012-07-06)
Constructal theory predicts global climate patterns in simple way
A unifying physics principle that describes design in nature predicts, in surprisingly straightforward fashion, the basic features of global circulation and climate, according to researchers at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering and the University of Evora in Portugal. (2006-02-08)
ASU professor finds new twist to old theory
Arizona State University Physics and Astronomy professor Ralph V. Chamberlin has found a new twist to an old theory of magnetism. (2000-11-15)
Drained wetlands give off same amount of greenhouse gases as industry
Drained wetlands in Sweden account for the same amount of greenhouse gas emissions as Swedish industry. (2012-11-23)
First direct observations of methane's increasing greenhouse effect at the Earth's surface
Scientists have directly measured the increasing greenhouse effect of methane at the Earth's surface for the first time. (2018-04-02)
Wasted milk is a real drain on our resources, study shows
Milk poured down Britain's kitchen sinks each year creates a carbon footprint equivalent to thousands of car exhaust emissions, research shows. (2012-05-13)
Researchers discover how to conduct first test of 'untestable' string theory
Researchers describe how to carry out the first experimental test of string theory in a paper published tomorrow in Physical Review Letters. (2010-09-01)
Carbon dioxide controls Earth's temperature
Water vapor and clouds are the major contributors to Earth's greenhouse effect, but a new atmosphere-ocean climate modeling study shows that the planet's temperature ultimately depends on the atmospheric level of carbon dioxide. (2010-10-14)
Scientists describe century of human impact on global surface temperature
Human activity has affected Earth's surface temperature during the last 130 years, according to a new study of greenhouse gas concentrations, human sulfur emissions, and variations in solar activity between 1865 and 1990. (2002-01-22)
DTU is participating in a European network on measurement of greenhouse gases
DTU is one of 34 institutions in 15 countries contributing to the measurements of other greenhouse gases than CO2 in a new EU-funded network, InGOS. (2011-12-13)
Climate: Meat turns up the heat
Eating meat contributes to climate change, due to greenhouse gasses emitted by livestock. (2014-07-21)
Hidden greenhouse emissions revealed in new Board of Agriculture report
Restoration of wetlands can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This is shown in a report that has been written in part by researchers from the University of Gothenburg. (2015-03-10)
How heating our homes could help reduce climate change
A radical new heating system where homes would be heated by district centers rather than in individual households could dramatically cut the UK's greenhouse gas emissions. (2010-09-24)
Greenhouse gas policies ignoring gap in household incomes: University of Alberta study
Government policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from consumers need to be fairer for household income levels, says a University of Alberta researcher. (2013-03-19)
A new global warming culprit: Dam drawdowns
Washington State University researchers have documented an underappreciated suite of players in global warming: dams, the water reservoirs behind them, and surges of greenhouse gases as water levels go up and down. (2012-08-08)
A new model emerges for monsoons in a changing global climate
A Yale University study suggests that continent-scale monsoons will adapt to climate change gradually, without suddenly losing their watery oomph. (2016-01-25)
Researchers calculate the greenhouse gas value of ecosystems
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new, more accurate method of calculating the change in greenhouse gas emissions that results from changes in land use. (2010-05-26)
Lots of carbon dioxide equivalents from aquatic environments
Large amounts of carbon dioxide equivalents taken up by plants on land are returned to the atmosphere from aquatic environments. (2014-03-24)
How Einstein's theory of gravitation experienced a Renaissance after World War II
Einstein's 1915 theory of gravitation (General Relativity), is now considered one of the pillars of modern physics. (2017-07-12)
Biodiesel could reduce greenhouse gas emissions
A CSIRO report released today confirms that using pure biodiesel or blending biodiesel with standard fuel could reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector. (2007-11-27)
K-State soil carbon sequestration research playing role in climate change efforts
Kansas State University research is playing a role in bilateral activities between the United States and Canada on climate change. (2004-04-27)
New evidence of global warming in Earth's past supports greenhouse climate theory
Scientists have filled in a key piece of the global climate picture for a period 55 million years ago that is considered one of the most abrupt and extreme episodes of global warming in Earth's history. (2003-10-23)
CU Denver research finds long term effect of natural gas leakage
As natural gas production increases around the nation, new research from the University of Colorado Denver shows that it can have a similar impact on climate change as coal if it's allowed to leak while producing electricity. (2015-12-02)
Algae could fuel cars and jobs
The production of biodiesel from algae could reduce greenhouse gas emissions, help to address future fuel shortages and create jobs in rural Australia. (2009-03-04)
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