Oceanic climate

tracking books from ship to shore

A few years ago I wrote a delivered on Mahatma Gandhi’s work as a printer and publisher in South Africa from 1893 to 1914. The man who would become the great anti-colonial figure had arrived in Durban as a nervous young lawyer and was quickly drawn into the defense of …

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Spokane experiences severe drought from June

The Spokane drought worsened to severe levels to begin June and all of Washington is expected to be in drought by the end of August. SPOKANE, Washington – It has been a dry spring for Spokane and most of Washington. For the western United States, summer is the driest season …

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Study identifies main causes of change in ocean circulation

PICTURE: The variability of ocean currents is influenced by multiple factors. view After Credit: Prof Helen Johnson Researchers have identified key factors influencing a vital model of ocean currents. The southern Atlantic overturning circulation (AMOC) carries warm water from the tropics to the north. Many scientists believe that this heat …

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Design and construction groups urge Congress to support a stronger, safer built environment

Design and construction organizations are urging Congress to include funding in the infrastructure bill to improve the resilience of buildings.Photo © BigStockPhoto.com Design and construction organizations are calling on Congress to include funding in the infrastructure bill that would improve the resilience of buildings across the country. “Buildings are an …

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