Scientists have found that additional weather observations in the Arctic can help predict the track and intensity of tropical and mid-latitude cyclones more accurately, improving weather forecasting of extreme weather events.
Using observational and model-based data spanning the entire 20th century, scientists have for the first time have identified three broadly-categorized processes responsible for Earth's spin axis drift -- contemporary mass loss primarily in Greenland, glacial rebound, and mantle convection.
It's #MesozoicMonday, with 6 of the 50 Obscurus #Asilisaurus models made by @Brandem30 just reaching me now!
These will come with me to #TetZooCon for those who are interested, but would rather avoid the postage costs!
Well...5 of them. Pretty sure my shelves need one. @TetZoo?
"This is the first time we are seeing #Ebola during armed conflict. 143 Ebola cases just reported. #DRC ministry of health frantically trying to increase surveillance, but it's hard to engage community, health care workers in hot spot for militants." Michele Barry #OutbreakWeek18