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  • ( ) Map Of New Hampshire
    New Hampshire is an important state in the north east of the U.S. It is surrounded by Massachusetts in the South, Vermont and Connecticut in the west, the Canadian state of Quebec in North West and Maine and the Atlantic Ocean in the east. The state is flanked by Boston, New York and Montreal. It lies between the latitudes of 40 and 42 and the l More>>
  • ( ) Map of Italy
    Italy, officially known as the Republic of Italy, is situated in the southern part of Europe. It covers an area of approximately 301,225 sq km. Italy is situated at 42º50´ North of the Equator, and longitudinally at 12º 50´East of Greenwich. Rome is the capital and also the largest city in Italy. The other important cities in Italy are Venice an More>>

China to Project Power From Artificial Islands in South China Sea
(03/01/2015 01:13 PM)

China's creation of artificial islands in the South China Sea is happening so fast that Beijing will be able to extend the range of its navy, air force, coastguard and fishing fleets before long, much to the alarm of rival claimants to the contested waters. Reclamation work is well advanced on six reefs in the Spratly archipelago, according to recently published satellite photographs and ... More>>

Ocean circulation change: Sea level spiked for two years along Northeastern North America
(03/01/2015 01:13 PM)

Sea levels from New York to Newfoundland jumped up about four inches in 2009 and 2010 because ocean circulation changed. The unusual spike in sea level caused flooding along the northeast coast of North America and was independent of any hurricanes or winter storms. A new article documents that the extreme increase in sea level rise lasted two years, not just a few months. More>>

NASA Study Shows Global Sea Ice Diminishing, Despite Antarctic Gains
(03/01/2015 01:13 PM)

Arctic sea ice coverage has been on the decline since scientists started monitoring its extent with satellites in 1979. The lowest extent on record was reached on Sept. 16, 2012, and it was approximately half the size of the average extent from 1979 to 2000. More>>

Greenland is melting: The past might tell what the future holds
(03/01/2015 01:13 PM)

A team of scientists lead by Danish geologist Nicolaj Krog Larsen have managed to quantify how the Greenland Ice Sheet reacted to a warm period 8,000-5,000 years ago. Back then temperatures were 2-4 degrees C warmer than present. Their results have just been published in the scientific journal Geology, and are important as we are rapidly closing in on similar temperatures. More>>

These are the impacts of climate change we will never be able to fix
(03/01/2015 01:13 PM)

Around the world, the race is on to slash... More>>