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Arctic tree rings show 650 years of sea ice change | Futurity

...... first time coralline algae have been used to track changes in Arctic sea ice , says Jochen Halfar , associate professor of chemical and physical sciences at the University Of Toronto Mississauga We found the algal record shows a dramatic decrease in ice cover over the last years for a new study published in Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences , Halfar and colleagues ......

(581 words by futurity.org)
(11/22/2013)
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650-Years of Climate Change Recorded in Arctic Algae Similar to Tree Rings

...... According to a latest study conducted by researchers at the University Of Toronto Mississauga , the coralline algae offer strong clues to decipher years of annual change in sea-ice cover This is the first time that researchers have used coralline algae to track the changes taking place in the Arctic sea ice Analysis revealed that for the last years there has been a dramatic ......

(1075 words by scienceworldreport.com)
(11/20/2013)
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Arctic Sea Ice Decline Fastest For 650 Years

...... to enlarge Almost years of annual change in sea-ice cover can been seen in the calcite crust growth layers of seafloor algae , says a new study from the University Of Toronto Mississauga UTM This is the first time coralline algae have been used to track changes in Arctic sea ice , says Jochen Halfar , an associate professor in UTM Department Of Chemical and Physical ......

(1061 words by reportingclimatescience.com)
(11/19/2013)
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Underwater 'tree rings': Calcite crusts of arctic algae record 650 years of sea ice change

...... minutes ago Almost years of annual change in sea-ice cover can been seen in the calcite crust growth layers of seafloor algae , says a new study from the University Of Toronto Mississauga UTM This is the first time coralline algae have been used to track changes in Arctic sea ice , says Jochen Halfar , an associate professor in UTM Department Of Chemical and Physical ......

(581 words by phys.org)
(11/18/2013)
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Mississauga Article: Planet is warming and it's time to do something: climatologist

...... climatologist David Phillips , the change is something to talk about Phillips was speaking to a packed house at Erindale United Church this morning as part of the University Of Toronto Mississauga Canadian Perspective Lecture Series My major concern is this , the change in temperature we've experienced is minuscule but we've seen an almost inordinate amount of damage from it as ......

(531 words by mississauga.com)
(05/02/2013)
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Majority back oil sands development if environmental impact limited: poll - The Globe and Mail

...... that more than per cent of the water used in the extraction process is recycled , said co-author Pierre Desrochers , an associate geography professor at the University Of Toronto Mississauga and an associate researcher at the institute He and co-author Hiroko Shimizu add that major challenges remain , particularly the presence of tailing ponds containing residues from the treatment of ......

(587 words by theglobeandmail.com)
(10/11/2012)
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Climate change linked to unexpected 'blooms' under Arctic ice, research says

...... blooms in the Arctics open waters after the winter ice has melted back , says Kent Moore , a professor in the department of chemical and physical sciences at the University Of Toronto Mississauga and a co-author on the study However , weve found evidence that the blooms are now occurring under the Arctic ice itself , and earlier than expected Samples taken from the NASA-funded ......

(474 words by phys.org)
(06/12/2012)
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Taking climate and agriculture lessons from the ancient world

...... discoveries from our meeting of the minds , Crawford says Those surprises , those unexpected developments of knowledge are incredibly satisfying Provided by University Of Toronto Mississauga ......

(570 words by phys.org)
(05/30/2012)
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2010 Deep Research Report On China Cdm Market Report Now Available <b>...</b>

...... Jing Yi Investment Management Co ,LtdShanghai SDF Beijing Consulting Co ,LtdBeijing Hubei Provincial Clean Development Mechanism CDM Service CenterHubei COWI Consulting Beijing Co Ltd Beijing Season Long Environmental Protection Technology Ltd Beijing Sichuan Hareal Consulting Co LtdSichuan ......

(1205 words by grandonk.com)
(09/06/2010)
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