Somehow, plastic became the most popular representation of pollution in the pop culture instead of CO2, methane and other climate pollutants.

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predictive maps should become the memes of global warming... 

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@vickysteeves Our scientific libraries in The Netherlands and Germany are really good. You read books for the basics, so the selection of high-quality works is more important than being current. The state of the art is in scientific articles. @jorge

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@jorge I'm shocked most people go to libraries because our ability to collect textbooks has been limited

this must be course reserves?

🌊 As makes areas of the US uninhabitable, people are likely to migrate inland into so-called ‘climate havens’. To help authorities prepare, researchers have drawn up a map of where they predict those affected will move.


How do/did you access academic text books during university? 📖


EGU journals: publishing, public peer review and the new EGUsphere :OpenAccess:

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🦠 La crianza industrial de animales utiliza grandes cantidades de antibióticos para promover el crecimiento y prevenir enfermedades en animales sanos.

#Bio #Ambiente #antibióticos #agricultura #microbios #salud

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📄 Unas pocas publicaciones en el mundo acaparan todo el conocimiento científico generado, fundamentalmente, con dinero público y limitan el acceso al cobrar altos precios a autores y lectores.
#RevistasCientíficas #Sociedad #AccesoAbierto #academia #ciencia

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I totally love this piece on why everyone needs to start building personal websites again by @laura - eloquently captures all the values I’m chasing in my own scholarship and internet presence without being heavy handed.

La es una oportunidad para desplazar este sistema de consumo. Sé un agente de cambio. @ecologistas

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The increased extent of wetlands in Tropical Africa, especially in South Sudan, is linked to one third of the global emission increase in the last decade.



📷 INPE via Flickr :CreativeCommons: :ByAttribution: :ShareAlike:

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