Futurity.Org: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Futurity.Org related to Climate Change. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Climate Change.

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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   767
News Count (W/Clustered)   715 (93.22%)
Distinct Stories   466
Blog Count   28 (3.65%)
Tweet Count   23 (3.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   16
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.05
Combined Polarization   6.29
Combined Activity   0.83
Combined Personalization   0.83
News Tone   2.14
Blog Tone   1.91
Tweet Tone   -0.66
First Seen   9/21/2009
Last Seen   12/27/2013
News/Social Ratio  93.22%
Attention/Loyalty  397 / 3127 days (12.70%)
Domain Type   News
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Category Breakdown
Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

0.27% (2)
0.67% (5)
30.28% (225)
60.70% (451)

Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain: (Click on any country to view its profile) [Help]

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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Noah Diffenbaugh   2.22% (17)
Nina Federoff   1.96% (15)
Hillary Clinton   1.96% (15)
Wikimedia Commons   1.96% (15)
Pamela Ronald   1.96% (15)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

National Science Foundation   17.99% (138)
Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences   13.04% (100)
University Of California   11.60% (89)
Stanford University   11.21% (86)
University Of Leeds   5.22% (40)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   9.13% (70)
Berkeley, California, United States   5.08% (39)
Pacific Ocean, Oc,    3.65% (28)
Santa Barbara, California, United States   2.74% (21)
Copenhagen, Kă¸Avn*, Denmark   2.74% (21)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   3.78% (444)
Canada   3.78% (86)
China   3.78% (60)
India   3.78% (52)
Antarctica   3.78% (47)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Oc,    6.00% (46)
Kă¸Avn*, Denmark   2.74% (21)
Ontario, Canada   2.22% (17)
Saskatchewan, Canada   1.83% (14)
Victoria, Australia   1.56% (12)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   20.08% (154)
Washington, United States   9.13% (70)
District Of Columbia, United States   8.87% (68)
Colorado, United States   4.95% (38)
Alaska, United States   3.78% (29)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   3.78% (606)
Isle Of Man   3.78% (13)
Scotland   3.78% (9)
India   3.78% (8)
Bulgaria   3.78% (7)

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The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

NYFarmer   0.26% (2)[Profile]
elizahleigh   0.26% (2)[Profile]
WoodsInstitute   0.13% (1)[Profile]
LGMI   0.13% (1)[Profile]
Flavio58   0.13% (1)[Profile]

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Clustered Twitterers

The following Twitterers tend to tweet copies of the same story from other domains:

NYFarmer   0.26% (2)[Profile]
elizahleigh   0.26% (2)[Profile]
WoodsInstitute   0.13% (1)[Profile]
LGMI   0.13% (1)[Profile]
Flavio58   0.13% (1)[Profile]

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Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Futurity.Org   60.76% (466)
Sciencedaily.Com   2.48% (19)
Phys.Org   2.35% (18)
Physorg.Com   1.69% (13)
Laboratoryequipment.Com   1.69% (13)

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Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Futurity.Org   3.65% (28)

News Articles

All 715 news articles:


New drugs to come from cone snail venom? | Futurity

...... research into the development of life-saving drugs. Across the world, however, tropical marine habitats are being lost due to coastal development, pollution, destructive fishing, and climate change, resulting in rapid species loss. (Credit: U. York, font by Vernon Adams) A new global assessment of all 632 species of cone snails for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUC ......

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Tone: -0.31%
Pol: 10.61%
Act: 20.44%
Per: 0.31%
Que: 3.85%
Exc: 0.00%

For crops, water shortage could double effect of climate change | Futurity

...... "It's a huge effect, and an effect that's basically on the same order of magnitude as the direct effect of climate change," says Joshua Elliott. "So the effect of limited irrigation availability in some regions could end up doubling the effect of climate change." (Credit: Tom Woodward/Flickr) For crops, water shortage could double effect of climate change University of Chicago right Original ......

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Tone: 4.42%
Pol: 8.84%
Act: 22.39%
Per: 0.29%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Long-lasting greenhouse gas breaks all the records | Futurity

...... Long-lasting greenhouse gas breaks all the records University of Toronto right Original Study Posted by Kim Luke-Toronto on December 16, 2013 A newly identified greenhouse gas shatters all other records for the chemical's potential to contribute to climate change. Perfluorotributylamine (PFTBA) is the most radiatively efficient chemical found to date. Radiative efficiency describes ......

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Tone: 5.44%
Pol: 8.46%
Act: 21.15%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Coral surprise shows some are true survivors | Futurity

...... of surviving harsh environments brought on by rising water temperatures. "We've found that previously unrecognized species diversity was hiding some corals' ability to respond to climate change," says Iliana Baums, associate professor of biology at Penn State. Porites lobata (Credit: Wmpearl/Wikimedia Commons) Coral reefs protect shorelines from battering hurricanes and generate ......

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Tone: 2.59%
Pol: 6.42%
Act: 19.59%
Per: 1.35%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Wash your hands! But turn down the heat | Futurity

...... Posted by Jim Patterson-Vanderbilt on December 11, 2013 Washing hands in hot water offers no more hygienic benefits than using room temperature waterand significantly adds to greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. If Americans en masse used tepid water instead of warm or hot to wash their hands, it could prevent annual greenhouse gas emissions totaling the equivalent of the United ......

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Tone: 4.15%
Pol: 7.47%
Act: 25.52%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 5.26%

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Blog Posts

All 28 blog posts:

 Tone Can Amazon trees survive global warming?

...... Although extreme droughts and forest fires will impact Amazonia as temperatures rise, the trees will likely endure the direct impact of higher temperatures. As well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions to minimize the risk of drought and fire, conservation policy should remain focused on preventing deforestation for agriculture and mining, researchers say. The study is at odds with ......

(517 words by
Tone: 1.70%
Pol: 4.73%
Act: 22.16%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00% Local weather sways belief in global warming

...... "Global climate change is one of the most important public policy challenges of our time, but it is a complex issue with which Americans have little direct experience," wrote the study's co-authors, Patrick Egan of New York University and Megan Mullin of Temple University. "As they try to make sense of this difficult issue, many people use fluctuations in local temperature to reassess their ......

(780 words by
Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 7.49%
Act: 20.97%
Per: 0.37%
Que: 4.00%
Exc: 0.00% How to rein in toxic bloom's perfect storm

...... blooms, like this one in China's Lake Taihu. The blooms can be toxic to animals and lead to substantial economic losses. (Credit: Cayelan Carey) CORNELL (US) The combination of climate change and nutrient runoff is expected to escalate toxic aquatic blooms, but localized efforts may be successful in controlling their spread from farms and lawns to streams, lakes, and ultimately oceans. ......

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Tone: 1.28%
Pol: 5.88%
Act: 22.51%
Per: 0.26%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00% How plants roll with climate's punches

...... one climate may not always result in a tradeoff of poor performance in another climate," Schmitt says. "Thus, the Arabidopsis genome may contain evolutionary flexibility to respond to climate change." The National Science Foundation and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation funded the work. More news from Brown University: ......

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Tone: 2.98%
Pol: 5.05%
Act: 18.89%
Per: 1.16%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00% Climate could send animals packing

...... species at different points in their travels. The speckled black salamander, one of the species studied, could expand its current range (orange) into new territory (gray), but climate change will put the new areas beyond the salamander's reach. (Credit: Sax Lab) The severity or duration of those climate swings, coupled with the given creature's persistence, determines their fate. "Our ......

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Tone: 1.75%
Pol: 6.73%
Act: 23.98%
Per: 0.73%
Que: 4.35%
Exc: 0.00%

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All 23 tweets:
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...N. California's prime wine grape growing land could be cut in 1/2 in the next 30 yrs if global warming continues

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Tone: 3.57%
Pol: 3.57%
Act: 28.57%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


...Factors other than global warming & nuclear accidents affect Americans’ risk beliefs for coal & nuclear energy.

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Pol: 0.00%
Act: 21.05%
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...Pollutant-H20 mix key to climate change: U. OREGON (US) — The impact that surface molecules of water have on air...

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Pol: 4.17%
Act: 37.50%
Per: 4.17%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


...RT Pollutant-H20 mix key to climate change

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Tone: -8.33%
Pol: 8.33%
Act: 33.33%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


...Check out: " – Don’t blame cows for climate change"( )...

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Pol: 6.67%
Act: 33.33%
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