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The International Geodynamic Monitoring System, a part of GNFE (London, UK), has registered on November 15, 2011 a powerful energy release emanating from the Earth’s core.
Category: PLANET EARTH | Views: 691 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 18.12.2011 | Comments(0)


The question seems simple enough: What happens to Earth's temperature when atmospheric carbon dioxide levels increase? The answer is elusive. However, clues are hidden in the fossil record. A new study by researchers from Syracuse and Yale universities provides a much clearer picture of Earth's temperature approximately 50 million years ago when CO2 concentrations were higher than today. The results may shed light on what to expect in the future if CO2 levels keep rising.
Category: PLANET EARTH | Views: 389 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 08.07.2011 | Comments(0)


One of South America's few remaining uncontacted indigenous tribes has been spotted and photographed on the border between Brazil and Peru.
Category: PLANET EARTH | Views: 473 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 27.06.2011 | Comments(0)


Asteroid 2011 MD, a chunk of rock estimated to be 25 to 55 feet (8 to 18 m) across, is expected to pass less than 8,000 miles above Earth's surface around 1 p.m. EDT (17:00 UT) on Monday, June 27th. The actual event will be observable only from South Africa and parts of Antarctica, but the approach will be visible across Australia, New Zealand, southern and eastern Asia, and the western Pacific.
Category: PLANET EARTH | Views: 445 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 25.06.2011 | Comments(0)


The world's oceans are faced with an unprecedented loss of species comparable to the great mass extinctions of prehistory, a major report suggests today. The seas are degenerating far faster than anyone has predicted, the report says, because of the cumulative impact of a number of severe individual stresses, ranging from climate warming and sea-water acidification, to widespread chemical pollution and gross overfishing.

Category: PLANET EARTH | Views: 425 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 22.06.2011 | Comments(0)


Scientists have found that beneath the sea floor is an entire underground ocean, inhabited by microorganisms.  According to preliminary data, and its maximum depth is five kilometers.  An international team of scientists, armed with a natural laboratory CORK, began to explore this mysterious and very ancient biosphere.
Category: PLANET EARTH | Views: 433 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 04.06.2011 | Comments(0)

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