Navigation Links
AGU journal highlights -- March 25, 2009
Date:3/25/2009

The following highlights summarize research papers that have been published in Geophysical Research Letters (GRL) and Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres (JGR-D).

In this release:

  1. Coral reefs may start dissolving when atmospheric carbon dioxide doubles
  2. Ocean proximity aggravates Houston's ozone pollution
  3. Underground subatomic-particle measurements yield meteorological clues
  4. Airborne acid may help soot turn into cloud seeds
  5. Understanding sea temperature-atmospheric pressure links in North Atlantic
  6. New tool differentiates man-made from natural nitrogen-oxide pollution

Anyone may read the scientific abstract for these papers by clicking on the link provided at the end of each Highlight. You can also read the abstract by going to http://www.agu.org/pubs/search_options.shtml and inserting into the search engine the full doi (digital object identifier), e.g. 10.1029/2008GL036282. The doi is found at the end of each Highlight below.

Journalists and public information officers (PIOs) at educational or scientific institutions, who are registered with AGU, also may download papers cited in this release by clicking on the links below. Instructions for members of the news media, PIOs, and the public for downloading or ordering the full text of any research paper summarized below are available at http://www.agu.org/jinstructions.shtml.


1. Coral reefs may start dissolving when atmospheric carbon dioxide doubles

Increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide are known to result in reduced coral calcification because carbon dioxide alters ocean chemistry and decreases aragonite saturation because it contributes to ocean acidification. As the aragonite saturation decreases, corals precipitate their skeletons (composed of calcium c
'/>"/>

Contact: Maria-Jose Vinas
mjvinas@agu.org
202-777-7530
American Geophysical Union
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Related biology news :

1. News tips from the Journal of Neuroscience
2. Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology
3. Story ideas from the Journal of Lipid Research
4. Highlights from the September 2007 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
5. AGU journal highlights -- Sept. 6, 2007
6. Springer will publish Journal of Coastal Conservation
7. ESA celebrates 100 years of insect science journals
8. Springer and the New York Botanical Garden Press join forces to publish botanical journals
9. 200 journals join in theme issues on poverty and human development
10. New ETH Zurich article published in scientific journal Nature
11. Media highlights in the November issues of Biophysical Journal
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/1/2015)... MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. , Sept. 1, 2015 ... interaction with travelers during airport passenger screening. This ... which the passenger screening process will become unintrusive. ... and pre-clearance based on voluntary background investigations will ... analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Global Airport ...
(Date:8/31/2015)... 31, 2015 Growing need for ... government digitization projects to drive India ... TechSci Research report, " India Biometrics Market Forecast & Opportunities, ... is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 35% ... on account of extensive use of biometric technology in the ...
(Date:8/31/2015)... Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/st5b3m/saudi_arabia ) has ... Sensors Market - Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2014-2020)" ... Arabia Biomedical Sensors market is estimated at $0.23 billion ... period 2014-2020 The near future will bring ... of each individual. These sensors can be set to ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):The Future of Airport Security: Passenger Screening Transitioning Into an Invisible Process 2The Future of Airport Security: Passenger Screening Transitioning Into an Invisible Process 3The Future of Airport Security: Passenger Screening Transitioning Into an Invisible Process 4India Biometrics Market to Grow at Over 35% Through 2020, Says TechSci Research 2India Biometrics Market to Grow at Over 35% Through 2020, Says TechSci Research 3Saudi Arabia Biomedical Sensors Market Report 2015 - Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2014-2020) 2
... at the Monell Center, fruit flies are more like humans ... any other species. The diverse range of ... sweet to other species. For example, aspartame, a sweetener used ... However, fruit flies respond positively to most sweeteners ...
... method for creating synthetic life forms are at risk ... unless patent systems are brought into the 21st century, an ... Rimmer from the ANU College of Law takes a broad ... property rights and biological inventions in his new book ...
... Lung Cancer Partnership, in partnership with the LUNGevity Foundation, ... annual research grant competition. The research grants, ... lung cancer biology, risk assessment, prevention, detection, and response ... our very generous donors, were able to offer researchers ...
Cached Biology News:Like sweets? You're more like a fruit fly than you think... 2Biotechnology needs 21st century patent system: Expert 2National Lung Cancer Partnership and LUNGevity Foundation 2
(Date:9/1/2015)... ... September 01, 2015 , ... Leading CEOs, ... and pain management space join prominent academics and key investors for Neuro Advance ... Medical School in Boston. , Neuro Advance Boston focuses on the latest ...
(Date:9/1/2015)... ... September 01, 2015 , ... Knowledgent , the data and analytics ... advanced analytics utilizing data lakes in the healthcare industry. , As the Internet of ... of data over the last few years as more entities become technology enabled through ...
(Date:9/1/2015)... CARY, N.C. , Sept. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ ... dedicated to facilitating the relationship between doctors and ... two Durham, N.C. -based venture ... financial strength and business association with Bull City ... Steve Malik , Medfusion Founder and Executive Chairman. ...
(Date:9/1/2015)... , ... September 01, 2015 , ... ... Director of Business Development, Asia Pacific. In this newly-created position, Gibbs will lead ... and use of iLab’s suite of tools. This entails not only introducing iLab ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Neuro Advance Boston Brings Together Leading Neuroscience Experts on October 14 at Harvard Medical School 2New White Paper Explores Data Lake Opportunities in the Healthcare Industry 2Medfusion Secures Funding to Continue Evolution and Advance Mobile Strategy 2Medfusion Secures Funding to Continue Evolution and Advance Mobile Strategy 3iLab Solutions Hires Gerard Gibbs, Director of Business Development, Asia Pacific 2iLab Solutions Hires Gerard Gibbs, Director of Business Development, Asia Pacific 3
... EMERYVILLE, Calif., Sept. 12 Bionovo, Inc.,(Nasdaq: BNVI ... of safe and effective drugs in the areas of ... Chairman and CEO, and Dr.,Mary Tagliaferri, President and Chief ... Curhan Ford,s 5th annual Investor Summit on,September 15, 2008 ...
... /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - The Board of Directors of,Neptune ... decided,not to re-price any options including the ... directors., About Neptune Technologies, Neptune ... for nutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications and is,sponsoring ...
... launched its revolutionary Trusted LASIK Surgeons directory service and ... a resource for consumers seeking to improve their vision. ... a unique screening process ensuring that only those who ... Surgeons in the United States are listed. Refractive eye ...
Cached Biology Technology:Bionovo to Present at Merriman Curhan Ford's Investor Summit 2008 on September 15th 2Bionovo to Present at Merriman Curhan Ford's Investor Summit 2008 on September 15th 3Neptune Technologies decided not to re-price options 2Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Leading LASIK Eye Surgery Expert, Inventor David Huang, M.D., Los Angeles, to Its Unique Lasik Directory Service 2Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Leading LASIK Eye Surgery Expert, Inventor David Huang, M.D., Los Angeles, to Its Unique Lasik Directory Service 3Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Leading LASIK Eye Surgery Expert, Inventor David Huang, M.D., Los Angeles, to Its Unique Lasik Directory Service 4Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Leading LASIK Eye Surgery Expert, Inventor David Huang, M.D., Los Angeles, to Its Unique Lasik Directory Service 5Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Leading LASIK Eye Surgery Expert, Inventor David Huang, M.D., Los Angeles, to Its Unique Lasik Directory Service 6Trusted LASIK Surgeons Welcomes Leading LASIK Eye Surgery Expert, Inventor David Huang, M.D., Los Angeles, to Its Unique Lasik Directory Service 7
RABBIT ANTI HUMAN CHYMOTRYPSIN...
... Captivate magnetic separator for six ... in conjunction with the Captivate ... or other magnetic particles and ... microcentrifuge tubes. Cell Biology Cell ...
This issue concentrated on the purification of proteins for specific purposes (i.e. large-scale purification, purification for therapeutic use, etc.)...
... Dunbar (1994) • This book describes ... methods for preparing samples for protein ... radiometric and bioluminescence-enhanced detection systems are ... the detection and characterization of glycoprotein ...
Biology Products: