On the first day of Christmas NASA Earth Science gave to me: advance warning of Hurricane Activity. On the second day of Christmas NASA…View More The Twelve Days of Christmas – NASA Earth Science Edition
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Recently, on Twitter and Facebook I noticed graphs of climate change and its impacts being posted. These were often unaccompanied with data sources or links. A…View More A Story of Climate Change Told In 15 Graphs
This is a guest post by Kirstin Holsman, who works on developing quantitative methods for ecosystem-based fisheries management and methods to assess and manage for climate-change…View More Spurious correlations: How Alaskan pollock predict a Seahawks Super Bowl win!
Isn’t coral reef conservation hard enough without having to also constantly re-invent yourself for every swing of the funding pendulum? Well your friends here at…View More Reef Roulette
Through its influence on atmospheric circulation, [the ozone hole] has helped to shield the Antarctic continent from much of the effect of global warming over…View More The complex wrath of the Ozone hole over Antarctica
For African Penguins, humans can make really lousy neighbors, but they have even bigger problems. In real estate it’s all about location, location, location. A…View More Penguin Problems
Because when you are a polar bear living in the 21st century, the struggle is indeed real. Props: Omar Malik, Monte Kawahara, Ben Goldfarb,…View More The Immigrant
Few things give me greater joy than a model. No not those waifs that strut the fashion runways but mathematical models. Sure my pulse…View More The predictions of this model kills my love of models.
Here’s your recap of the top excretion-related news in the past few weeks, and what it means to our ocean world: Mo’ Whales, Mo’ Poop,…View More Feces Friday: Marine Edition