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October 27, 2014

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11:06 PM | October 26, 2014: Give a Turtle CPR, Climb Yosemite’s Most Iconic Peaks, and More
This week on National Geographic Weekend radio, join host Boyd Matson and his guests as they climb all of the world's tallest mountains, write travel stories, pack for a purpose, give a turtle CPR, set records in the Yosemite Valley, find early humans where you don't expect to, map the Earth, the oceans and Mars, and harvest GMOs.
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4:30 PM | Cold Winters in Europe, Asia Linked to Sea Ice Decline
Arctic sea ice decline has doubled the chances of an extreme cold winter over Europe and Asia.

October 13, 2014

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10:03 PM | Icebergs Once Drifted All the Way to Florida
About 20,000 years ago, icebergs may have drifted as far south as Florida. Continue reading →

October 09, 2014

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5:30 PM | Lego Ends Shell Oil Partnership After Greenpeace Video
Lego will end its partnership with Shell, after a viral video that protested Arctic drilling.

October 08, 2014

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2:49 PM | The only solution for polar bears: 'stop the rise in CO2 and other greenhouse gases'
Steven Amstrup, Chief Scientist for Polar Bears International, has worked diligently on polar bears for over 30 years. He radio-collared some of the first bears and discovered that annual activity areas for 75 tracked females averaged at a stunning 149,000 square kilometers. His recent work highlighted the cost of global warming to these incredible animals and the sea ice they so closely depend on.

October 07, 2014

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7:12 PM | A Tale of Two Poles: Sea Ice in Antarctica Surged in September to Record Extent But Remained Low in the Arctic
Even as climate change continues to be felt around the world, its impact in the Arctic and Antarctic are, in part, a tale of two poles. The National Snow and Ice Data Center is out today with its annual review of sea ice conditions, and in the Arctic the news is in keeping with what […]The post A Tale of Two Poles: Sea Ice in Antarctica Surged in September to Record Extent But Remained Low in the Arctic appeared first on ImaGeo.
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2:05 PM | October 5, 2014: Climbing Into Volcanoes, Swimming the Seven Seas and More
This week on National Geographic Weekend radio, join host Boyd Matson and his guests as they climb into volcanos to look for bacteria, invent environmentally and academically friendly ways to make tea, create the largest marine reserves in the world, make tiny soft robots, swim the seven seas, survive an avalanche, eat ice cream in the name of conservation, and swim with Great white sharks.

October 01, 2014

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9:13 AM | Geophysical Surveys on Glaciers
Yesterday, I took a group of enthusiastic third year geologists and environmental scientists to the British Geological Survey in Keyworth for a tour of the facilities and discussion/demonstration of their geophysical […]
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