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Study links swarm of quakes in Texas to natural gas drilling

...underground "represent the most likely cause" for the swarm of quakes, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications.The scientists determined this based on where and when the earthquakes happened; computer models...

http://juneauempire.com/not-web/2015-04-22/study-links-swarm-quakes-texas-natura
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Researchers say permafrost carbon release will be gradual

...author and one of 17 researchers who worked on a research paper with these conclusions that appeared this week in the journal Nature. The paper is an outcome of the Permafrost Carbon Network, a group of more than 200 scientists from 88 research...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2015-04-12/researchers-say-permafrost-carbon-relea
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Scientists witness carbon dioxide trapping heat in air

...atmosphere above the United States, chronicling human-made climate change in action, live in the wild.A new study in the journal Nature demonstrates in real-time field measurements what scientists already knew from basic physics, lab tests, numerous...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2015-02-25/scientists-witness-carbon-dioxide-trapp
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Scientists witness carbon dioxide trapping heat in air

...atmosphere above the United States, chronicling human-made climate change in action, live in the wild.A new study in the journal Nature demonstrates in real-time field measurements what scientists already knew from basic physics, lab tests, numerous...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2015-02-26/scientists-witness-carbon-dioxide-trapp
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Antarctic sea ice growth does not negate climate change

...University offered the most complete explanation yet for the surprising trends in Antarctic sea ice extent. Writing in the journal Nature, they suggested the sea ice distribution in the south could be controlled by ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic...

http://juneauempire.com/not-web/2014-09-03/antarctic-sea-ice-growth-does-not-neg
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Study: Temperatures to go off the charts around 2047

...For example, the world as a whole had its hottest year on record in 2005. The new study, published Wednesday in the journal Nature, says that by the year 2047, every year that follows will probably be hotter than that record-setting scorcher...

http://juneauempire.com/not-web/2013-10-10/study-temperatures-go-charts-around-2
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Researchers use a computer to study dynamics of crowd panic

...of emotional states but produces results similar to actual panics, the researchers said in Thursday's issue of the journal Nature. "We think it works particularly well in panic situations because people don't think about what they should do...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092700/Bre_Breakin.html
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Study: Spawning fish drop pollutants in some lakes

...concentration in the lake sediment more than sevenfold in some cases, researchers conclude in Thursday's issue of the journal Nature. It's not clear whether the pollution is affecting the wildlife in the lakes by weakening their disease resistance...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/091803/sta_fish.shtml
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Marijuana ingredient may fight brain cancer

...in people despite treatment with drugs, surgery and radiation. The rat study was published in the March issue of the journal Nature Medicine. It was conducted by scientists at the Complutense and Autonoma universities in Madrid, Spain. They injected...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022800/Bre_news.html
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...in people despite treatment with drugs, surgery and radiation. The rat study was published in the March issue of the journal Nature Medicine. It was conducted by scientists at the Complutense and Autonoma universities in Madrid, Spain. They injected...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022800/Bre_news.shtml

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