Posts Tagged ‘Northwest’

Image reveals tiny ocean creature getting its shell

Scientists have taken an atomic-scale look at how shells first form around tiny, single-celled organisms […]

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Toxic algal bloom tied to Pacific’s warm ‘blob’

The unprecedented West Coast toxic algal bloom of 2015 appears to be linked to the […]

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Tropical Depression 16W slowly intensifying and heading away from Guam

Tropical Depression 16W in the northwestern Pacific Ocean was spotted by the Terra satellite on September 08, 2016. The storm is currently moving northwest toward the island of Guam at 8 mph. It is slowly intensifying as it establishes a steady west-…

As a giant cruise ship prepares to set sail, the fabled — and treacherous — Northwest Passage is nearly ice free

The 1,070 passengers scheduled to sail aboard the Crystal Serenity have global warming to thank for shrinking Arctic sea ice

The largest cruise ship ever to attempt a complete transit of the usually ice-choked waters of the famed Northwest Passage is…

Massive protoplanet formed huge Moon crater, study finds

The asteroid that crashed into the lunar surface, creating the Imbrium Basin (the right eye of the so-called “Man in the Moon”) may have actually been twice as large and 10 times more massive than previously estimated, claims research published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Earlier estimates based on computer models had suggested that the […]

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