Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Future of Climate Change: Can Species Keep Up?

Note: This is the second post reviewing an article in Science magazine’s special section called ‘Natural Systems in Changing Climates’ that covered a range of contemporary research about the impact of recent climate behavior on ecosystems and species stability.  This post will be … Continue reading

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Friday Round-Up

I’m hoping to do a weekly list of interesting articles/blogs I’ve come across during the week.  They’ll usually focus on energy and climate change, but I’m sure some oddballs that I just happen to find interesting will also appear.  Here’s … Continue reading

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Saving the Drowning Coastal Marshes

Note: A recent issue of Science magazine included a special section called ‘Natural Systems in Changing Climates’ that covered a range of contemporary research about the impact of recent climate behavior on ecosystems and species stability.  These articles are a great opportunity … Continue reading

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Much Ado About Energy: Why Do We Need It?

Note:  This is the first of a series of blog posts I will be writing that discuss the different types of energy we use in our society and how the various methods of energy extraction and use affect our planet … Continue reading

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Fracking and Gagging

Although I had planned on beginning this blog with a general overview of energy in our society and the main sources available to us, I couldn’t help but cover this article regarding the settlement of a fracking lawsuit in Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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