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The occurrence of the "blue water phenomenon" is actually downstream from where two rivers, Hinalin and Masaplod, converge to just one, popularly ... 1 that they are still having an ongoing geophysical measurement and chemical analysis of the data gathered in the surrounding areas of the "blue river.".
The enormous impact from when a Mars-sized rock crashed into the earth more than four billion years ago created a donut-shaped astrophysical phenomenon they're calling a synestia, as described today in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets. The massive vaporized and liquefied mass ...

This South Atlantic Anomaly, therefore, is the most recent display of a recurring phenomenon in Earth's core beneath Africa that then affects the entire globe. "We're getting stronger evidence that there's something unusual about the core-mantel boundary under Africa that could be having an important ...
Lately, we have been flooded with discoveries of exotic phenomena in the other wordly bodies of our solar system, be it the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn ... In recent years, we have come to know that the phenomenon of "plate tectonics", the process by which the blocks in the Earth's outer brittle layer drift ...
Part I of the Mayo/Alice test requires an evaluation of whether the claims of a patent application are directed to a law of nature, a natural phenomena, or an ... approximation in a computer implemented iterative geophysical data inversion," "executing, with the computer, a first cycle of the iterative geophysical ...
According to a Dartmouth-led study in Geophysical Research Letters, the location of this anomaly, known as the "U.S. warming hole," is a moving target. ... "By discovering that the U.S. warming hole's location depends on the season, we've found a new way to help understand this phenomenon," says ...

In Photo: This photo of the super blue blood moon, which glowed in the skies on January 31, was taken at 9:29 p.m. through the BusinessMirror photographer's camera attached to a 90-millimeter refracting telescope of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration ...
Their findings were recently published in the scientific journal Geophysical Research Letters. The project ... One of the possible implications of the warming hole phenomenon on communities in the Southeast is differing regional public opinion on climate change, according to Winter. "[Since] people in the ...
But during his research, he noticed another strange phenomenon: Holes, dramatic enough that they show up in satellite imagery, would form in the thick ... published in Geophysical Research Letters, Gautam and a team of colleagues outline the relationship between cities and these mysterious fog holes.
Part I of the Mayo/Alice test requires an evaluation of whether the claims of a patent application are directed to a law of nature, a natural phenomena, or an ... approximation in a computer implemented iterative geophysical data inversion," "executing, with the computer, a first cycle of the iterative geophysical ...
This initiative seeks to consolidate a platform so that the studies and research generated in the Geophysical Laboratories can be exhibited and made ... As in Yucatan several research projects are carried out about the impact site in Chicxulub and other phenomena that will help to better understand life on ...
According to a Dartmouth-led study in Geophysical Research Letters, the location of this anomaly, known as the "U.S. warming hole," is a moving target. ... "By discovering that the U.S. warming hole's location depends on the season, we've found a new way to help understand this phenomenon," says ...
Nerem's team removed the natural effects of the 1991 Mt. Pinatubo eruption that temporarily chilled Earth and the climate phenomena El Nino and La Nina, and ... Some scientists at the American Geophysical Union meeting last year said Antarctica may be melting faster than predicted by Monday's study.
In Photo: This photo of the super blue blood moon, which glowed in the skies on January 31, was taken at 9:29 p.m. through the BusinessMirror photographer's camera attached to a 90-millimeter refracting telescope of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration ...
"Not everyone ranks preservation of our few remaining special natural areas and phenomena above all else." Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research community. Ned Rozell (ejrozell@alaska.edu) is a ...
The urban heat island is a phenomenon when the heat gets trapped near the earth's surface as a result of a decline in green cover, rapid urbanisation, energy-intensive activities, and concrete structures. For instance, vegetation cover in rural areas surrounding Delhi is more than 65% compared to the city.

In a 2006 paper for the Journal of Geophysical Research, rated the intensity of the 30 strongest polar vortex dips into the mid-latitudes over a 54-year ... Others suggest these weather phenomena could be influenced by climate change due to the ongoing decreases in Arctic sea ice and the faster rate of ...
Rees offers that it's partly a matter of scale: Phenomena on the astronomical scale of stars and the tiny scale of atoms unfold in predictable ways, while the complexity of the ... And while the common cold is a mundane phenomenon, and the cold viruses are well studied, controlling them is far from trivial.
In this era of gravitational-wave detection, our imagination is routinely captured by astronomical events of colossal magnitude. But one need not travel far to encounter phenomena capable of shaking the gravitational field -- it's enough to consider what happened in Japan seven years ago. Using data from ...
In 1978, Al made a transition to geophysics, working for Conoco R&D for nine years, serving as a supervisor of geophysical research and as a research ... many observed macroscopic phenomena, such as ferromagnetism and superconductivity, from the microscopic interactions of fundamental particles.
Updated | The Great American Eclipse of August 2017 left a 'wake' in the Earth's upper atmosphere, the way a ship does when it moves through water. The phenomenon has been theorized about, but never before detected, according to Gizmodo. A collaboration between researchers at the Massachusetts ...
More recently, Ajo-Franklin's group published a follow-up study led by UC Berkeley graduate student Nate Lindsey, "fiber-optic Network Observations of earthquake Wavefields," in Geophysical Research Letters (GRL), which demonstrates the viability of using fiber-optic cables for earthquake detection.
Although volcanic eruptions can be amazing natural phenomena, they can also have devastating effects on the landscape, atmosphere, and living beings, and ... These disciplines include remote sensing, geophysics, geochemistry, geology, atmospheric science, mathematical modeling, and statistics.
... published in a special issue of the Journal of Geophysical Research .... might have on regional phenomena, such as the Asian monsoons.
The curious phenomenon was caused by a strong solar wind which is set to ... The University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute wrote: ...
The researchers examined how a phenomenon called bore-bore capture--when two or more ... (Journal of Geophysical Research: oceans, ...
Ball lightning is an unexplained atmospheric electrical phenomenon ... a nuts and bolts craft existed at all, the area's geophysical features and the ... "Whereas sightings involving unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) are ...
The scientists note in the study published this week in the Journal of Geophysical Research that mantle plumes are not new phenomena.
Geophysical Institute creates traveling permafrost exhibit ... over the years has drawn crowds interested in the frozen phenomenon. Now, a group of scientists at the University of Alaska Geophysical Institute have developed a ...
... journal by the American Geophysical Union. Dwindling ice cover hastens the warming of oceans, and has an impact on weather phenomena ...
The recently discovered afterglow helps to study this phenomenon. ... also appeared now in the scientific journal Geophysical Review Letters.
Crises occur at the intersection of geophysical phenomena and human- or society-created vulnerabilities, he said: they bring to light conditions ...
Further geophysical surveys and sampling will take place where possible, before the company finally applies for permits to drill in the most ...
Nykyri's study in the Journal of Geophysical Research-Space physics finds that ... "Space hurricanes" are formed through a phenomenon called ...
Those "hurricanes" are formed by a phenomenon known as Kelvin-Helmholtz ... Space hurricanes are universal phenomena, occurring at the ...
COM - The Indonesia meteorology, climatology and geophysics Agency (BMKG) states that equinox is a natural phenomenon that occurs ...
Wdowinski studied that phenomenon in Taiwan, which had ... 2012 interview with the American Geophysical Union--pertains mainly to events ...
Nykyri's study in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Space ... Those "hurricanes" are formed by a phenomenon known as Kelvin-Helmholtz (KH) instability. ... Space hurricanes are universal phenomena, occurring at the ...
... American Geophysical Union (AGU) as a press release on 7 September 2017. ... have never had a direct detection of the phenomenon until now, said study ...
To Gabriel Vecchi, a professor of geophysics at the University of ... This current periodic hot product, a phenomenon of wind shear, which ...
... American Geophysical Union journal Geophysical Research Letters. ... but we've never had a direct detection of the phenomenon until now," ...
The phenomenon known as land subsidence is showing a two-way trend due ... who supervises the water agency's geophysics surveying unit.
... opportunities to discuss and understand numerous phenomena of ... applications, computational physics, geophysics, material science, ...
... Research: Atmospheres, a journal of the American Geophysical Union. ... phenomena in the atmosphere such as meteor strikes and thunder, ...
The researchers used various geophysical techniques and tools, including fiber optics, to obtain very precise temperature measurements.
Spiga, who researches astrophysics, geophysics and meteorology at ... Still, the storms on Mars do resemble phenomena we see on Earth in some ways. ... But the Mars phenomenon, as Spiga and colleagues discuss in their ...
In the great chase for attention, even remarkable phenomena get seen ... eclipse app at the American Geophysical Union blog GeoEd Trek.
Blame it on two big atmospheric phenomena, says Florida State University ... In a paper published Wednesday in the journal Geophysical ...
... known as a breakup occurs, it sometimes leads to a flickering phenomenon. ... "However, Earth is the only place we can observe these phenomena in detail. ... waves and particles is a fundamental question in geophysics. ... electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves, Geophysical Research Letters (2017).


 

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