Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Global Warming = Monsoon Failure = Water Shortages and More for Wednesday, July 7, 2009

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Global warming already impacting monsoons, crop production in India

Climate Records Show Global Warming Could Influence Asian Monsoon

Scientists claim sperm 'first'

Reefs could perish by end of century, experts warn

Coral Reef

Dramatic Arctic Sea Ice Thinning: NASA

Amazon River Is 11 Million Years Old

Amazon River

New Monkey Discovered In Brazil

Saguinus fuscicollis mura

Monkeys recognise 'bad grammar'

Deer's underwater antics could be an evolution clue

Striking salamander species found

Urspelerpes brucei

Armadillo-like crocodile roamed Brazil: researchers


Largest Carnivorous Dinosaur Tooth Ever Found In Spain

How Can The World's Fisheries Be Sustainable?

Coralline Algae In The Mediterranean Lost Their Tropical Element Between 5 And 7 Million Years Ago


Salt-tolerant Crops Closer To Reality

Multiple Means Of Identifying Species Better Than DNA Barcoding Alone

DNA Barcoding

N.Y. Museum to Bank Endangered Species DNA

Rice concrete can cut greenhouse emissions

Travel more than doubles risk of blood clots: study;_ylt=AhFRP8ctZfOVqZP9jWWGerwDW7oF

Agencies outline Mars initiative

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