Hydrosphere

10 hot topics on ecology for the new generation

[ad_1] In more ways than one, the process of studying ecology began with the birth of the first humans. However, the process of doing so now continues to develop and evolve as we continue to apply technology to the execution of our ideas. Ecology is a structure that shows the …

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What is geomicrobiology?

[ad_1] Geomicrobiology is the study of the role of microbes in the geological and geochemical processes that shaped the earth and continue to function today. Microbes play a vital role in the recycling, generation, sequestration and elimination of a wide variety of substances and chemicals in the environment Going through …

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Eggshell exoplanets: rocky worlds with ultra-thin brittle lithospheres could theoretically exist

[ad_1] The thickness of the fragile lithosphere – the outer part of a planetary body that fails by fracturing – plays a key role in the geological processes of that body. The properties of a planet and its host star can influence this thickness, and the potential range of these …

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Hydrate or Die: Has Venus Ever Been Inhabitable?

[ad_1] Title: Has Venus ever been habitable? Constraints of an interior-atmosphere-redox couple Evolution model Authors: Joshua Krissansen-Totton, Jonathan J. Fortney, Francis Nimmo Institution of the first author: University of California, Santa Cruz Status: Published in the Planetary Science Journal [open access] Where did the water go? (And was that there …

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Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies Camouflage Challenges

Call of Duty: Vanguard is back with the WWII theme, returning to the roots of the franchise. The game follows a similar format to its previous titles with single and multiplayer modes. Call of Duty: Vanguard also marks the return of Zombie mode. That said, new challenges have arrived for …

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Ancient Groundwater – Our Time Press

[ad_1] Why the water you drink can be thousands of years old As surface water recedes in the western United States, people are drilling deeper wells and tapping into older groundwater that can take thousands of years to replenish naturally. Marissa gruneAlain seltzerKevin M. BefusSome of North America’s groundwater is …

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Ecomondo: EU missions to tackle the greatest challenges of our…

After last year’s suspension of the Ecomondo green tech exhibition in Rimini, this year the popular fair has again attracted many exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. Under strict Covid-19 regulations, attendees were able to dive deep into the world of sustainable waste management, from the latest recycling …

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Reservoir watches feature WWII comic book heroes and a tribute to the 356 Speedster

[ad_1] The French watchmaking house Reservoir divides its watches into marine, aeronautic and automotive categories. The watches are inspired by dials and gauges found in cockpits, on instrument panels or on some kind of diving equipment. And they all share a common theme of a retrograde minute hand sweeping across …

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Hot coal and photosynthesis – one answer – the Island

[ad_1] I wish GADS had stuck to its hesitation, without displaying its ignorance of basic chemistry and global gas cycles to defend its precious fossil fuels. Let me clarify: Carbon (C), the fourth most abundant element in the Universe, after hydrogen (H), helium (He) and oxygen (O), is the cornerstone …

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Reduction of CO2 emissions from cement with carbonatable material

[ad_1] Cut carbon dioxide from cement (CO2) emissions remained a challenge, despite widespread efforts to reduce CO emissions2 and save the planet from the worst climate change scenarios predicted by the scientific community. New research has highlighted a potential path to efficient carbon capture and use with an innovative approach …

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A visual and scientific history of water from

[ad_1] image: Water cover seen Following Credit: MIT PRESS Water is so pervasive in our lives that it’s easy to take it for granted. The average American uses ninety gallons of water a day; almost all the liquids we come across are primarily water – milk, for example, contains 87 …

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Trace the points that led to the Amazon tipping point

[ad_1] Scientifically, it is indisputable that the Amazon is on the way to ceasing to become a tropical forest. The “lungs of the earth” which store some 200 billion tonnes of carbon now emit more carbon than they capture, accelerating climate change which is further damaging the forest. Mysterious forest …

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Evaluate the impact and scope of biogeochemical cycles

[ad_1] Biogeochemical cycles describe the flow of elements in earth systems. They are strongly influenced by biological and anthropogenic activity and, in turn, influence other aspects of earth systems and the human environment. Biogeochemical cycles: ecological factors and environmental impact, a book published by AGU, shows how biogeochemical cycles have …

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Earth system models simulate climate change

[ad_1] The climate is changing and we need to know what changes to expect and how long to expect them. Models of the Earth system, which simulate all relevant components of the Earth system, are the primary means of anticipating future changes in our climate. Over the past century, our …

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Evolution of the early Earth – Faculty of Science

[ad_1] University academics: Associate Professor Patrice Rey, Associate Professor Derek Wyman, Dr Vasileios Chatzaras In the early Earth, a wide range of phenomena, including the formation of gold deposits and volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits, as well as the development of sulfur ecosystems at the level of hydrothermal vents were …

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Complete list and photos of all watches pre-selected for the 2021 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG)

[ad_1] The 2021 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) has just published the list of preselected (“nominated”) watches ahead of the highly anticipated red carpet in Geneva on November 4, 2021. The 14 categories for 2021 are: Ladies, Ladies’ Complications, Men, Men’s Complications, Iconic, Tourbillon, Chronograph, Mechanical Exception, Calendar and …

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The slow carbon cycle, sink and waste | Clubs And Organizations

[ad_1] Dive into the slow carbon cycle! Fluxes include: respiration and photosynthesis (between the biosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere), sedimentation and metamorphosis (between the biosphere and lithosphere), weathering, erosion, volcanism and combustion of fossil fuels (between the lithosphere and the atmosphere), dissolution and degassing (between the hydrosphere and the atmosphere), and …

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U of O researchers are working to improve membrane distillation techniques to make drinking water more accessible

[ad_1] Reading time: 2 minutes We looked at the pore wetting phenomenon and how O University PhD candidate Hooman Chamani plans to alleviate it. University of Ottawa doctoral candidate Hooman Chamani, alongside Professors Christopher Lan and Takeshi Matsuura from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, recently published their work …

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NASA monitors water to help growers grow

[ad_1] Every day – up to thirty times a day, in fact – one of Mark Mason’s employees at Nature’s Reward Farms in Monterey County, Calif., Brings him the results of a soil test for discussion. Mason oversees the fertilizer and irrigation of the 5,000-acre farm along California’s central coast, …

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[OPINION] The relatively unsung hero of the battle against climate change

[ad_1] We are fighting a battle against climate change, and its outcome will decide whether or not we will be in more danger. The battle ensued tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) humanity released into the atmosphere since the industrial revolution. Since 1880, data from NASA shows that human-induced climate change …

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Letter: Global Peril

[ad_1] Published: 08/23/2021 07:00:17 AM In front of us – suddenly! – massive extinction of species, destruction of terrestrial biodiversity. This is due to human changes in our planet’s earth system: its atmosphere (air), hydrosphere (water), cryosphere (ice and permafrost), lithosphere (rock) and biosphere (life). Most of this destruction has …

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Development or survival? Imbalance – Ground views

[ad_1] Photo courtesy of the BBC Sri Lanka’s country declaration to the 21st Conference of the Parties (known as COP21) to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, held in Paris in 2015, said: “We are aware of the big difference in carbon dioxide emitted by biological sources. …

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U scientists on the IPCC climate report 2021

[ad_1] Last week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its sixth report on the current state of the climate. One of the main findings states that “it is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land. Widespread and rapid changes in the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere …

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The incredible journey of carbon | U Daily

[ad_1] Adam Thomas article Photos courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Dana Veron August 18, 2021 UD students and professors raise awareness of carbon cycle science Even for students of a graduate level physical meteorology course at the University of Delaware, sometimes the best way to visualize …

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Understanding the concept of ecocide

[ad_1] The recent proposal for a definition of ecocide by the Stop Ecocide Foundation to be included in the Rome Statute as the fifth main crime along with the crime of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and the crime of aggression has sparked academic and political debate around the …

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The synthetic ecosystem evolving at sea

[ad_1] Like the atmosphere, the magnetosphere and the hydrosphere, the plastisphere is a region. But it is also an ecosystem, like the Siberian steppe or coral reefs – a plasticized marine environment. By Russell Thomas Plastic bottles dominate the trash in the ocean, with around 3 feet of them reaching …

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Lend us your ears and don’t forget your farm boots

[ad_1] Seeing a play at Willow Wisp Organic Farm in Damascus, Pa. Has a simple but highly recommended dress code: sturdy shoes. At the farm, which recently completed a site-specific climate change play, the Limitless Stage features a courtyard lined with hydrangeas, greenhouses and a field of flowers. For four …

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A cosmic debate | The river reporter

[ad_1] By LIAM MAYO DAMASCUS, PA – The Farm Arts Collective inspired, educated and thrilled with their latest production, “Dream on the Farm”. As noted in the production’s program notes, “Artistic Director Tannis Kowalchuk and the ensemble are committed to presenting a decade-long series of climate change plays that will …

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China’s 2021 Climate Change Blue Book shows rising trend of extreme weather events in the country

Beijing residents trudge through the pouring rain, experiencing a less busy Monday morning rush hour as many businesses asked their employees to work from home or cancel the clock. Photo: GT/Li Hao The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) held a press conference on Wednesday during which it rolled out the China …

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Local teachers participate in the UF research project

[ad_1] Kindergarten to Grade 12 science teachers from across Florida, including Hillsborough County, spent four days this summer in a virtual research lab experience as part of a professional development workshop hosted by the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute’s Scientist in Every Florida School program titled ‘The Hydrosphere.’ …

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Could “ecocide” be a criminal act?

[ad_1] After months of deliberation, a group of international legal experts unveiled a new legal definition of “ecocide” in June. The definition, if adopted by the International Criminal Court (ICC), would put environmental destruction on a par with war crimes and pave the way for prosecution of world leaders and …

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Caroline Decker to lead federal government affairs for WSP USA

[ad_1] WASHINGTON DC – Caroline Decker, former Vice President of Amtrak, joined WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services consultancy, as Vice President of Federal Affairs. In his new role with cabinet, Decker will be responsible for engaging federally elected and appointed officials, overseeing and developing policies that impact …

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Power Data Buoy Market Size, Growing Diversity of Trends, Analysis, Future Scope Analysis with Major Key Industry Players by 2026

[ad_1] The latest research report on the Powered Data Buoy Market includes an in-depth examination of trends that positively or negatively influence business dynamics. It highlights the key growth propellers and profitable prospects that will increase the industry’s compensation scope over the forecast span, along with limitations and constraints. Request …

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The beauty of stone floors: types, textures and options for architecture

[ad_1] The beauty of stone floors: types, textures and options for architecture Mikveh Oh / arqhé studio. Image © Yoshihiro Koitani + Aby Helfon and Ramón Helfon Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/964775/the-beauty-of-stone-floors-types-textures-and-options-for-architecture The study of rocks allows us to understand the formation of our earth. …

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EarthSky | Are Earth-like Biospheres Rare?

[ad_1] Artist’s concept of Kepler-442b (left) in contrast to Earth. This potentially habitable rocky exoplanet is about double the mass of Earth. It is the only world found to date that might be able to maintain a life-like surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere similar to those on Earth. Image via Ph03nix1986 …

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Reservoir partners with an underwater photographer for the Bronze edition of Hydrosphere “Greg Lecoeur” | Viewing time

[ad_1] In 2019, French watchmaking house Tank unveiled its first diver’s watch, the aptly named Hydrosphere, whose unique configuration added a diver’s bezel to the retrograde time display inspired by the brand’s races. A year later, Reservoir introduced the Hydrosphere Bronze, which added intrigue through its use of an unusual …

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Cultural commons: a philosophical analysis – Part I

[ad_1] This article explores the ways in which a background of non-discursive practices properly describable as “cultural commons” underlies the very possibility of law and norm in the governance of a social group. This effectiveness of these practices provides conceptual sources for the recovery of other forms of commons, such …

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Power Data Buoy Market size, increasing diversity of trends, analysis, future scope analysis with major key industry players by 2025

[ad_1] Power Data Buoy Market size, increasing diversity of trends, analysis, future scope analysis with major key industry players by 2025 Category: #business | By administrator | Posted: Just now | Product number: 3173931 | The Global Powered Data Buoy Market research report provides an in-depth database analysis of the …

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Space watch Anicorne | HYPEBEAST

[ad_1] Watchmaker and frequent NASA collaborator Anicorn celebrates the return of the US Space Agency’s iconic “Worm” logo with a limited edition watch designed by original logo creator Richard Danne. The Space Watch is Danne’s very first watch design and is presented in two colors; with 150 pieces in Space …

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Mooney Goes Wild Monday June 28, 2021

[ad_1] Derek Mooney and his guests explore the natural world in all its forms. Malar scratches Derek, Richard and Niall discuss why hawks and other animals seem to wear “eye makeup”. The distinctive markings known as the malar stripes are believed to enhance the hunting ability of predators such as …

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Hydrosphere Reservoir Greg Lecoeur Edition

[ad_1] Reservoir’s latest special edition Hydrosphere dive watch created with Greg Lecoeur, offers the opportunity to dive with the 2020 Underwater Photographer of the Year later this year. The 45mm bronze Hydrosphere features a blue sun-brushed dial reflecting the seabed and Lecoeur’s signature at three o’clock. Although the watch is …

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You drink dinosaur urine today

[ad_1] Your next sip of water probably went through a dinosaur. Thanks to the weather and the water cycle, you are probably drinking water that has passed through a dinosaur. Thanks to the water cycle that moves water in and through the air and soil, it’s very likely that your …

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EarthLab of China begins trials as f

[ad_1] image: EarthLab will also become a popular science base for children and students to learn more about Earth Sciences. seen Following Credit: Jiang Zhu The Earth is a sphere, and it includes spheres: atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere – in short, all of the cycles that interact to …

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Hydrospace Technology: Collaboration Expands Global to Meet Growing Needs

[ad_1] Hydrospatial could be described as the part of the geospatial knowledge infrastructure that deals with the hydrosphere, and hydrospatial technologies support navigation, economic development, stability, security and defense, resilience and scientific research. . Here, Mark Smits, Director of Woolpert’s Geospatial Program and Senior Partner, highlights the trends and developments …

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Massive growth of the motorized data buoy market by 2027

[ad_1] Get a sample report Buy the full report Data Powered Buoy Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study accurate and valuable information. The data that has been examined is done taking into account both the best existing players and future competitors. The business strategies …

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Discovery of an arc of galaxies 3.3 billion light years away

[ad_1] An international team of astronomers from the United States and the United Kingdom discovered a giant, almost symmetrical arc of galaxies by observing absorption lines in the spectra of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) quasars . The Giant Arc: the gray outlines represent the Mg II absorbers, which …

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Protect the oceans, says the UN to the nations

[ad_1] THE UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary-General António Guterres called on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) for efforts to protect the oceans. The recently released Second Global Oceans Assessment confirmed that many of the benefits the global ocean provides to humanity are being undermined by human actions, he said in a post …

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Melting glaciers have shifted the Earth’s axis

[ad_1] Melting glaciers have shifted the Earth’s axis In the 1990s, the Earth’s axis underwent a major change. It is normal for the Earth’s axis to move a few centimeters each year. But, in the 1990s, the direction of the polar drift suddenly changed and the pace of the drift …

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Using CO2 to create a limestone rock substitute

[ad_1] Image Credit: Parmna / Shutterstock.com A California-based cleantech pioneer – Blue Planet Ltd. – learns from nature to make concrete more sustainable by capturing biomimetic carbon. The company’s economically sustainable carbon capture process creates a limestone rock substitute that can replace aggregate for concrete, dramatically reducing the material’s ultimate …

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Main repositories of MLOps tools on Github

[ad_1] MLOps was introduced to provide an end-to-end machine learning development process for designing, building, and managing reproducible, testable, and scalable ML-based software. MLOps have enabled organizations to collaborate across departments and speed up workflows, which typically hit the wall due to various production issues. In the next section, we …

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Climate change is causing the Earth’s axis to shift

[ad_1] 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 …

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University of Minnesota Morris announces first appointed chair

[ad_1] 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 …

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Planet Earth – WorldAtlas

[ad_1] 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, …

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Carbon cycle – WorldAtlas

[ad_1] Carbon is one of the many natural elements that can be found on and in the Earth. It is one of the most abundant elements after hydrogen, helium and oxygen, and is an integral part of all human, animal and plant life. Carbon is particularly important in biology because …

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Climate crisis tipped Earth’s rotation, study finds

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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How a German engineer pioneered aerial photography

[ad_1] 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 …

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Reed College | Reed Magazine

[ad_1] The Environmental Studies program currently offers more than two dozen courses. Here is a small sample. April 9, 2021 Bio 303 – Leaves with landscapes This field course examines the structure, function, diversity and underlying ecology of the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Students go into the forest to …

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The Deep-time Digital Earth program: data-dri

[ad_1] image: DDE aims to harmonize Earth’s deep-time data based on a knowledge system to study the evolution of Earth, including life, Earth materials, geography and climate. Integrated methods include artificial intelligence (AI), high performance computing (HPC), cloud computing, semantic web, natural language processing, and other methods. seen Following Credit: …

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WonderWorks unveils new STEM exhibit in Panama City Beach

[ad_1] PANAMA CITY BEACH – A new interactive exhibit focusing on the layers of Earth’s “spheres” opened at WonderWorks Panama City Beach on April 2. “We are delighted with this new exhibit which will help us better understand the planet,” said Michael Walsingham, Managing Director, in a press release. “Our …

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Gresham Yacht Design’s Hydrosphere Glass Lift

[ad_1] There is now a whole new way to explore the depths of the sea thanks to the concept of Gresham Yacht Design called “Hydrosphere”. The new concept was recently unveiled and will transform any luxury yacht into an underwater aquarium allowing you to create your own personal aquarium experience …

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Designing livable cities for our future climate

[ad_1] Imagine looking up from your desktop at a mini monarch butterfly sanctuary. You walk the halls of the building where a cool breeze is sucked in from outside and stroll through the lush green park built on the roof of your metro station to bring the train home. An …

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