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Are there more Tanning Beds in the Sunshine State than McDonalds?

...... at least once Translation Floridians love to look tan , but do they really realize the price they're putting on their health and their future looks Researchers from the University Of Miami along with Dr Sonia Lamel worked together to come to the shocking conclusion that for every square miles of state , there was at least one tanning salon In more in-depth calculations , this ......

(915 words by scienceworldreport.com)
(12/26/2013)
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The Planets Rate Of Warming Is 400,000 Hiroshima Bombs Per Day

...... emissions path , Sandy-type storm surges will be an every year phenomenon for the New Jersey coast in a half-century And then we have the warning of Harold Wanless , chair of University Of Miami geological sciences Miami , as we know it today , is doomed It not a question of if It a question of when Like The Hiroshima bomb , global warming is capable of destroying cities ......

(1417 words by cleantechnica.com)
(12/24/2013)
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Earths Rate Of Global Warming Is 400,000 Hiroshima Bombs A Day | ThinkProgress

...... emissions path , Sandy-type storm surges will be an every year phenomenon for the New Jersey coast in a half-century And then we have the warning of Harold Wanless , chair of University Of Miami geological sciences Miami , as we know it today , is doomed It not a question of if It a question of when Like The Hiroshima bomb , global warming is capable of destroying cities ......

(1384 words by thinkprogress.org)
(12/22/2013)
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Ocean acidification: A climate change issue | Voxxi

...... that marine organisms can no longer keep up When things happen really rapidly , big extinction happens , says Chris Langdon , Professor Of Marine Biology and Fisheries at University Of Miami Langdon specializes in tropical marine ecology , which includes going out into the field and studying mangroves , coral reefs and sea grass Langdon believes these ecosystems are especially ......

(819 words by voxxi.com)
(12/21/2013)
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Sink tank: In Miami, climate scientists ask, How deep, how soon? | Grist

...... Sink tank In Miami , climate scientists ask , How deep , how soon By Greg Hanscom Ines Hegedus-Garcia Harold Wanless is a wizened walrus of a man who presides over the University Of Miami geology department from a fluorescent-lit basement at the north end of campus His walls are decorated with photos taken on research trips over the years glaciers grinding through the northern ......

(1104 words by grist.org)
(12/18/2013)
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Human Impacts Miami: How do we thrive on the front lines of climate change? | Miami's Community Newspapers

...... , First secretary Of Climate and Energy Policy , Embassy Of The Federal Republic Of Germany Dr Kenneth Broad , Director , University Abess Center for Ecosystem Science , University Of Miami Xavier Cortada , Artist-in-Residence , Florida International University College Of Architecture the Arts Chad Oppenheim , Principal Lead Designer , Oppenheim Architecture Design Marta ......

(305 words by communitynewspapers.com)
(12/11/2013)
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Tracking the next oil spill to curb the damage

...... or buoyant device that moves with and measures ocean currents the drifter has a GPS device strapped onto to track the drifter position at every second Ortiz-Suslow , of the University Of Miami , and other scientists use this data to model ocean currents Oceanographers and researchers who study fluid dynamics model the hydrocarbon plume , or oil cloud , emitted from a well during an ......

(1363 words by northwestern.edu)
(12/10/2013)
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Sharks Get Cancer Too: Study Documents Tumors In Ocean's Largest Predators

...... has anti-carcinogenic properties Scientists want you to know that is simply not true Sharks get cancer , David Shiffman , a shark researcher and doctoral student at the University Of Miami who wasn't involved in the study , told Live Science Even if they didn't get cancer , eating shark products won't cure cancer any more than me eating Michael Jordan would make me better at ......

(313 words by ibtimes.com)
(12/07/2013)
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Climate Alarmists Wrong Again: Science Disproves Typhoon Haiyan Was Caused by Humans | NewsBusters

...... intense tropical cyclones are rare , but have always been a part of nature -- we don rsquo t need to find an excuse for them the senior research associate at the University Of Miami added that the typhoon was in an elite company of a handful of other tropical cyclones scattered across the decades and across the world but was just as subject to this year rsquo s climate ......

(662 words by newsbusters.org)
(12/03/2013)
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Wimpy hurricane season a surprise — and a puzzle - The Washington Post

...... hurricane season begins in days , on June the first few names on the list are Arthur , Bertha and Cristobal Brian McNoldy is a tropical weather researcher at the University Of Miami rsquo s Rosenstiel School Of Marine and Atmospheric Science and a contributor to the Capital Weather Gang blog on washingtonpost com ......

(841 words by washingtonpost.com)
(12/02/2013)

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Wimpy hurricane season a surprise — and a puzzle - The Washington Post

...... hurricane season begins in days , on June the first few names on the list are Arthur , Bertha and Cristobal Brian McNoldy is a tropical weather researcher at the University Of Miami rsquo s Rosenstiel School Of Marine and Atmospheric Science and a contributor to Capital Weather Gang ......

(837 words by washingtonpost.com)
(12/01/2013)
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Pag-asa: Storm surge caused by Yolanda unexpected' | Sun.Star

...... the winds are miles per hour mph , global warming might have contributed mph to that mph Another expert , Brian McNoldy , a senior research associate at the University Of Miami , said in a climatedepot com article that , Haiyan was just as subject to this year climate as the numerous others that weren't so impressive Extreme intense tropical cyclones are rare , but ......

(660 words by sunstar.com.ph)
(11/24/2013)
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Wonkbook: Harry Reids bid to save the Senate

...... in norms meant a profound change in the Senate It turned the chamber from a body where majorities ruled into a body where only supermajorities could rule As Gregory Koger , a University Of Miami political scientist who researches the filibuster , told me Over the last years , we have added a new veto point in American politics It used to be the House , the Senate and the president , ......

(7221 words by washingtonpost.com)
(11/22/2013)
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"Mind-Blowing" Discovery: Oldest Body of Seawater Found in Giant Crater

...... from Europe and Africa , geological rifts developed that created separate salty basins , including in the North Atlantic , notes Peter Swart , a marine geologist at the University Of Miami who wasn't involved in the new research Swart concurred with the recent study results concluding that the salty water under the crater has been that way for tens of millions of years , and did not ......

(746 words by nationalgeographic.com)
(11/20/2013)
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No sea change in market | KeysNews.com

...... includes Monroe , Miami-Dade , Broward and Palm Beach , is projecting to inches of additional sea level rise by and to inches by Others , including University Of Miami geologist Hal Wanless , expect the rise to be much faster than that -- perhaps feet or more by the end of the century It all depends on how fast melting ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica ......

(759 words by keysnews.com)
(11/20/2013)
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Planning is key as climate change goes mainstream - Sun Sentinel

...... away , countless bodies , highways swallowed by the ocean Miami , as we know it today , is doomed , Harold Wanless , chairman of the geological sciences department at the University Of Miami , told Rolling Stone It not a question of if It a question of when Extreme Perhaps But there is no question people are taking global warming more seriously than ever Broward ......

(530 words by sun-sentinel.com)
(11/19/2013)
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Chad: Nets owner ties dreams to wallet - Spokesman.com - Nov. 18, 2013

...... A When I got out of college , I was a male model But that a young man game sports will take me to the grave , and , hopefully , a little beyond Q I noticed that the University Of Miami and some top SEC football teams do not leave their state to play unless it is a league game Is this because of parole regulations Charlie Cox Spokane Valley A Pay the man , Shirley You , ......

(907 words by spokesman.com)
(11/19/2013)
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European Responses to Haiyan disaster | Foreign Policy Blogs

...... Maxime Larive holds a Ph D in International Relations and European Politics from the University Of Miami USA He is currently working at the EU Center of Excellence at the University Of Miami as a Research Associate His research focus on the questions of the European Union , foreign policy analysis , security studies , and European security and defense policy Maxime has published ......

(913 words by foreignpolicyblogs.com)
(11/17/2013)
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Even with uncertainty, time to act on global warming | www.palmbeachdailynews.com

...... dikes to contain the rising seas , the water would flow right through Florida foundation , said Harold Wanless , chairman of the Department Of Geological Sciences at the University Of Miami We get a ton of rain here yearly , and it drains underground fairly quick But the reverse is also true I've seen it happen during hurricanes where water seeps up from the sand and floods the ......

(696 words by palmbeachdailynews.com)
(11/17/2013)
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BusinessMirror - Rising sea levels means falling real-estate values

...... a - to -inch rise in South Florida by , and to inches by Those numbers are accepted by the four-county Southeast Florida Compact Harold Wanless , a University Of Miami geology professor who has long studied climate change , envisions much worsea rise of as much as feet by , feet by and to feet by At feet , much of South ......

(1168 words by businessmirror.com.ph)
(11/16/2013)
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After Haiyan, We All Live In The Red Zone - Forbes

...... by rising seas At two to three feet , of risen tides , we start to lose everything , Harold R Wanless , the chairman of the geological sciences department at the University Of Miami , told the New York Times in an alarming story on Miami future Sandy , Haiyan , the Australian brushfires , the Colorado flooding all just foretastes We all live in the red zone now ......

(614 words by forbes.com)
(11/15/2013)
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Some worry rising sea levels will mean falling real estate values | National Business News | The Bellingham Herald

...... a - to -inch rise in South Florida by , and to inches by Those numbers are accepted by the four-county Southeast Florida Compact Harold Wanless , a University Of Miami geology professor who has long studied climate change , envisions much worse - a rise of as much as feet by , feet by and to feet by At feet , much of ......

(1345 words by bellinghamherald.com)
(11/14/2013)

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2 Articles

Repent for the sin of denying global warming, says theologian | The Daily Caller

...... It in an elite company of a handful of other tropical cyclones scattered across the decades and across the world , Brian McNoldy , a a senior research associate at the University Of Miami , told Climate Central I expect that the contribution of global warming to Haiyan extreme intensity is likely to have been small , relative to other factors like weather fluctuations and ......

(575 words by dailycaller.com)
(11/13/2013)
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Ocio: They heard, but never listened | Sun.Star

...... and steering currents , you have the ideal making of a storm that can eventually develop into a super typhoon , said Hans Graber , a professor of marine physics at Florida University Of Miami So what new with these accepted facts except for the disinformation from the lobbyists of the destructive coal , oil and gas industries identifying themselves as stakeholders in disguise for ......

(1400 words by sunstar.com.ph)
(11/13/2013)
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Why was Typhoon Yolanda so strong? Scientists chime in | SciTech | GMA News Online

...... holds the distinction of having the world rsquo s th largest population , those numbers are quite alarming , but hardly surprising Brian McNoldy , a researcher from the University Of Miami , attributes to percent of the devastation to the human factor McNoldy believes that , due to the homes rsquo substandard materials and flimsy construction , a storm of lesser ......

(699 words by gmanetwork.com)
(11/13/2013)
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Experts: Man, nature share typhoon tragedy blame - Yahoo7 Finance Australia

...... at its most powerful , based on US satellite observations , Emanuel said Humans played a big role in this disaster , too probably bigger than nature , meteorologists said University Of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy figures that to percent of the devastation can be blamed on the human factor Meteorologists Point to extreme poverty and huge growth in population much of ......

(708 words by yahoo.com)
(11/12/2013)

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Climate Con Artists Blame Typhoon Haiyan On Climate Change - Investors.com

...... at the time , says Goddard chart at the website Real Science shows a pattern of storms unrelated to anything mankind has done As Brian McNoldy , senior researcher at the University Of Miami , told the website Climate Central While Haiyan was absolutely amazing , it not alone It in an elite company of a handful of other tropical cyclones scattered across the decades and across ......

(416 words by investors.com)
(11/12/2013)
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Man, nature share blame for typhoon tragedy, experts say - The Denver Post

...... powerful , based on US satellite observations , Emanuel said Humans played a big role in this disaster , too mdash probably bigger than nature , meteorologists said University Of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy figures that percent to percent of the devastation can be blamed on the human factor Meteorologists Point to extreme poverty and huge growth in population ......

(955 words by denverpost.com)
(11/12/2013)
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Typhoon Haiyan: An 'overwhelmed' Philippines grapples with loss, rebuilding -- Tuesday, November 12, 2013 -- www.eenews.net

...... funneled the storm surge up San Pedro and San Pablo Bay , where the shape of the bay heightened the storm surge levels as it hit Tacloban Meteorologist Brian McNoldy of the University Of Miami , who studies tropical cyclones , said Haiyan was certainly among the most intense tropical cyclones on record McNoldy said while the super typhoon reached a strength few storms do , it is a ......

(1359 words by eenews.net)
(11/12/2013)
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Experts say man, nature share typhoon tragedy blame

...... at its most powerful , based on US satellite observations , Emanuel said Humans played a big role in this disaster , tooprobably bigger than nature , meteorologists said University Of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy figures that to percent of the devastation can be blamed on the human factor Survivors move past the damage caused by Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban city , ......

(814 words by phys.org)
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