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Record-breaking ‘Arctic Blast’ to sweep eastern U.S. over next few days
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Record-breaking ‘Arctic Blast’ to sweep eastern U.S. over next few days

brutal winter weather has already come along earlier than expected to the east coast of the US in fact it’ll be a record-breaking deep freeze for the next five to seven days according to the US National Weather Service it’s

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Why Would a Scientist Inject Himself with 3.5 Million Year Old Bacteria?
Old Weather:  Our Weather’s Past, the Climate’s Future
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Old Weather: Our Weather’s Past, the Climate’s Future

This is what the Arctic looks like today. We know it’s warming faster than anywhere else, and the sea ice is disappearing. But what was the Arctic like in the past, when explorers and whale hunters first sailed here? The

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Continuity & Change: A Century of Alaska Weather and Climate – Rick Thoman
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Continuity & Change: A Century of Alaska Weather and Climate – Rick Thoman

Welcome everyone. Good evening, this is the second of the 2018 Science for Alaska Lecture Series. I’m Sue Mitchell, I’m the public information manager for the Geophysical Institute. At the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Our lecture series is sponsored by

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Sverker Sörlin | History of Science Society | 2017 Distinguished Lecture
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Sverker Sörlin | History of Science Society | 2017 Distinguished Lecture

so it’s a huge pleasure for me to welcome our distinguished guest this evening on behalf of the program committee and all our history of science society members assembled here I want to say how very honored we are to

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Oil-eating bacteria could protect Arctic from impact of human activities
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Oil-eating bacteria could protect Arctic from impact of human activities

how can the Arctic region be protected from the impact of human activities such as oil and gas production mining and shipping the contamination of Arctic waters with hydrocarbon pollution would be near impossible to clean up even by mechanical

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