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BBC Flatulence Tax N Z040428 B B C
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WSJ Study Finds Global Warming Is Killing Frogs
  1. likely cause: global warming that promotes a fungus that is fatal to the frogs.
  2. since 1980, as many as 122 amphibian species are likely to have become extinct and one-third of known amphibian species are threatened.
  3. "Climate change may be helping the fungus spread, but we don't know where the fungus came from" or whether it can survive without amphibian
3 061206 htm
USAToday Marine Life Threatened By Warming
  1. Phytoplankton are the microscopic plant life that zooplankton and other marine animals eat, essentially the grain crop of the world's oceans
  2. As water temperatures increased from 1999 to 2004, the crop of phytoplankton dropped significantly, about 200 million tons a year. On average about 50 billion tons of phytoplankton are produced yearly, Behrenfeld said.
  3. Phytoplankton, which turn sunlight into food, need nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphates and iron from colder water below, Behrenfeld said. With warmer surface water, it's harder for the phytoplankton to get those nutrients.
  4. Another worry is that with reduced phytoplankton, the world's oceans will suck up less carbon dioxide, increasing the Earth's chief global warming gas, said NASA ocean biology project manager Paula Bontempi. That's because phytoplankton take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere in making food.
  5. A study earlier this year linked increases in Western U.S. wildfires to global warming and a mega-study showed that dozens of species of plants and animals were dying off from global warming.
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AssocPrs River Pollution Global
  1. Report: World's greatest rivers in danger
  2. About 20 percent of freshwater fish, plant species are extinct or endangered
  3. The Yangtze River gets more than half of China's industrial waste and sewage
  4. The Danube -- home to more than half of Europe's fish species -- has lost 80 percent of its surrounding wetlands and flood plains because of dams
  5. Garbage heaps, pig waste and discharge from factories, hospitals and mines possibly including radioactive waste -- lie at the bottom of the reservoir at the Three Gorges Dam
5 070511 htm
USAtoday Black Death In Squirrels Denver
  1. No humans here have been infected with plague, the "Black Death" disease that killed millions in 14th-century Europe. A state hotline gets 50-75 calls daily about dead rodent
6 070711 htm
Reuters Cows That Burp Less Seen Helping In Climate Change
  1. new diets for cows that make them belch less is a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  2. the average dairy cow belches out about 100 to 200 liters of methane each day
  3. Agriculture is responsible for about seven percent of UK greenhouse gas emissions
7 081214 htm
Reuters No title found w/scanfile
  1. Huge swarms of stinging jellyfish and similar slimy animals are ruining beaches in Hawaii, the Gulf of Mexico, the Mediterranean, Australia and elsewhere
  2. 500,000 people stung in the Chesapeake Ba
  3. more than 1,000 fist-sized comb jellies can be found in a cubic yard (meter) of Black Sea water during a bloom
  4. And it says a third of the total weight of all life in California's Monterey Bay is made up of jellyfish.
8 091115 htm
AssocPrs The Associated Press: Jellyfish swarm northward in warming world
  1. they tossed the translucent jellyfish back into the bay, giants weighing up to 200 kilograms (450 pounds
  2. The venom of the Nomura, the world's largest jellyfish, a creature up to 2 meters (6 feet) in diameter, can ruin a whole day's catch by tainting or killing fish
  3. Once considered a rarity occurring every 40 years, they are now an almost annual occurrence along several thousand kilometers (miles) of Japanese coast, and far beyond Japan.
  4. much as warming has helped ticks, bark beetles and other pests to spread to new latitudes.
  5. The gelatinous seaborne creatures are blamed for decimating fishing industries in the Bering and Black seas, forcing the shutdown of seaside power and desalination plants in Japan, the Middle East and Africa, and terrorizing beachgoers worldwide, the U.S. National Science Foundation says.
  6. The waters of the Yellow Sea, meanwhile, have warmed as much as 1.7 degrees C (3 degrees F) over the past quarter-century.
  7. "Their growth rates are quite amazing."
  8. a correlation between warming and jellyfish on a much larger scale, in at least 11 locations,

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