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Ocean warming and acidification modulate energy budget and gill ion regulatory mechanisms in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)

Ocean warming and acidification are threatening marine ecosystems. In marine animals, acidification is thought to enhance ion regulatory costs and thereby baseline energy demand, while elevated temperature also increases baseline metabolic rate. 254 more words



Vous êtes-vous déjà demandé pourquoi il fait plus chaud lorsque c’est humide? C’est simple. 138 more words


Wonderful World Of Appliances Week Continues With:The Refrigerator, Castle For Food!

Wow, this is really shaping up to be a fun week so far, hmm? Well, it gets even better, as Dream In Music’s “Wonderful World Of Appliances Week” continues on with…(DRUMROLL, PLEASE) … 511 more words


A full days play?

The surface air pressure in our area is now at classified as “high” at around 1016mb.  The good news is that, as the day passes, we can expect the air pressure to continue the “climb” upwards to 102mb by the end of the day. 236 more words


Day 17 - A good Samaritan

Hite campsite to Blanding

It’s been a long, hot day. I was packed up and ready to leave Hite by 7.10am, and I think Nathan and Greg were still asleep. 401 more words

The Ride

Fauna and frost

A second roe buck crossed the front field this evening. Same direction; same reason. And a large wild-eyed brown hare loped into the front yard, pausing under the hedge briefly. 56 more words

5 Unusual Ways to Stay Cool

In the Northern Hemisphere, there’s no doubt summer is here — and with it, the perpetual quest to stay cool. For those of us interested in sustainability, the thought of huge summer cooling bills (and all the greenhouse emissions they cause) is enough to send a chill down the spine. 576 more words