Topic: Climate change

Ice Shelves Compromised by Effects of Ocean and Atmosphere

June 13, 2018
Nansen

Scientists have discovered the world’s ice shelves are being destabilized from above and below and documented for the first time how these forces work together to carve off enormous pieces of ice and increase sea level.

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The Conservative Case for Combating Climate Change

May 1, 2018
Climate Change

It’s time for conservatives to recognize our constitutional mandate to battle climate change. 

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East Antarctic Ice Sheet Has History of Instability

Dec. 13, 2017
icebreaker

The East Antarctic Ice Sheet may not be as stable as it seems.

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UT receives $4 million for carbon storage partnership

Dec. 4, 2017
UT Austin

UT has been tapped to lead a $4 million partnership to explore how carbon dioxide emitted from industry on the Gulf Coast can be safely stored deep under the Gulf of Mexico.

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Winds Driving Warm Water Under East Antarctic

Nov. 1, 2017
Totten glacier

Research led by The University of Texas at Austin has found that wind is responsible for bringing warm water to Totten’s underbelly, causing the glacier to melt from below. 

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