Hydrosphere

Climate change is causing the Earth’s axis to shift

A study published in Geophysical Research Letters of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) indicates that due to the significant melting of glaciers due to the increase in global temperature, the axis of rotation of our planet is moving more than d habit since the 1990s. Rising sea levels, heat waves, …

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University of Minnesota Morris announces first appointed chair

The University of Minnesota Morris is proud to announce a new, privately funded, appointed faculty position to help recruit and retain faculty at the University. The Morton Gneiss Chair in Environmental Sciences will provide financial support to UMN Morris for the recruitment, support and retention of outstanding professors in the …

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Planet Earth – WorldAtlas

The Earth is a celestial object and one of the components of the solar system. It is the third planet from the Sun, and the only celestial object capable of supporting life. Earth is the 6th largest object in the solar system, with an average radius of 6,371 kilometers, and …

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Climate crisis tipped Earth’s rotation, study finds

PA Images A study found that the ongoing climate crisis has caused the Earth’s axis to shift. This change is believed to be the result of the planet’s glaciers melting due to global warming, demonstrating the devastating impact humans continue to have on Earth. Previously, only natural factors such as …

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Central University of Punjab hosted international quiz competition and webinar to mark Earth Day 2021

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (CUPB) under the patronage of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Raghavendra P. Tiwari, celebrated International Earth Day by organizing an international quiz and a special conference on “How to develop a resilient society earthquakes ”. The keynote speaker for this program was internationally renowned geophysicist Padma …

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How a German engineer pioneered aerial photography

German engineer Alfred Maul received his patent entitled “Rocket Camera for Taking Pictures” on April 19, 1904. Although Maul did not gain much from these ideas, he was surely at the forefront of photography. Aerial. Join ASGanesh as he tells you more about Maul and his attempts to click pictures …

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