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the resilience of coral reefs …

The bleaching and occasional death of coral reefs, surprisingly increases the diversity of invertebrates, says this paper posted at co2science: How Reef Invertebrate Diversity Responds to Coral Mortality Paper Reviewed Nelson, H.R., Kuempel, C.D. and Altieri, A.H. 2016. The resilience … Continue reading

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awkward Green facts …

Dr John Ray shows his distaste for the Green Agenda! Brainless Greenies again I quite agree, but as usual, ignore the evidence is their motif, if it doesn’t fit the agenda. More damning evidence here from Dr Ray at Greenie … Continue reading

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mangroves, buffering acidity and CO2 …

The benefits of more CO2 continue, according to more research covered at co2science. Mangroves are shown to have a positive response to increasing atmospheric CO2: Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nutrients on the Growth of Mangroves (15 November 2016) Another … Continue reading

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plant’s reproduction triggers …

Research on plant triggers that cause budding, flowering and fruiting is not all well understand. Here is a post that may show some light on a plant’s ability to bud at a certain part of the season, flower, even on … Continue reading

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fracking good …

The environment is safe from fracking, a science report admits.  by Andrew Follett, Hydraulic fracturing operations in Western Colorado are having “little to no impact” on local wildlife, according to a new report by state regulators. An eight-year study by Colorado … Continue reading

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coral reefs, the regulating organism …

Ecologist Dr Jim Steele writes yet another superb article on the connections between coral, algae, CO2 and pH. Makes complete sense. […] Overall observations of the effects of photosynthesis and calcification reveal coral reefs are not victims of a fall … Continue reading

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hottest fakes …

Weather manipulating site, NOAA, makes up heat records in areas where no instruments exist. ‘Hottest August ever’ is a fallacy of made-up data, sprung by Tony Heller: […] They don’t actually have any temperature data in Namibia or Angola, or … Continue reading

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ice free, two hundred years ago …

An ice free Arctic has been a wet dream for climate warmists for a long time. They are a long way out of touch, according to a book reviewed here, ice-free happened regularly two centuries ago: climatereason Some years ago … Continue reading

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renewable energy devastates the wildlife …

The wind industry is destroying our environment, thousands of bats at a time. The best defence against crop eating insects are threatened by wind turbines around the world, says this latest research. It’s getting worse: Bats are known to be … Continue reading

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brewers love more CO2 …

Barley grain is used as the predominant ingredient in beer and other alcoholic beverages. Increased atmospheric CO2 gives a massive boost to the biomass and the grain, according to research covered at co2science. Even more impressive was the grain yield … Continue reading

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