Top Stories

Is It Gonna Blow? Measuring Volcanic Emissions from Space
October 17, 2017 09:44 AM - Michigan Technological University

Carbon dioxide measured by a NASA satellite pinpoints sources of the gas from human and volcanic activities, which may help monitor greenhouse gases responsible for climate change.

Late last month, a stratovolcano in Bali named Mount Agung began to smoke. Little earthquakes trembled beneath the mountain. Officials have since evacuated thousands of people to prevent what happened when Agung erupted in 1963, killing more than 1,000 people.

» Read Full Article
» Read More from Sci/tech Topic

ADVERTISEMENT

To Breed or Not to Breed? Migratory Female Butterflies Face a Monsoonal Dilemma
October 3, 2017 10:28 AM - National Centre for Biological Sciences

What do CPUs, stockbrokers, and butterflies have in common? They are good at investing their resources in the right place at the right time so as to maximize their returns! Trade-offs are a way of life for butterflies and other small insects that must budget their energy between numerous morphological features and activities during their short lifespans. Time, food, and space are always at a premium, and optimizing resource use is particularly important for migratory butterflies that must prepare for arduous journeys in uncertain environments. A new study by researchers at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS-TIFR, Bengaluru) reports on butterfly migrations in peninsular India and explores the effect of migration on resource investment strategies of migratory butterflies. It reveals that migration affects the morphology and physiological states of female butterflies much more prominently compared to that of males.

» Read Full Article
» Read More from Ecosystems Topic

SPOTLIGHT

Lakes Environmental Research Inc., Receives Landmark Patent

Lakes Environmental Software (ENN Parent Company)

Lakes Environmental Research announced today the issuance of patent number 9,605,212 B2 by the US Patent Office that covers a revolutionary oil sands recovery process.  The “Novel Ultra-Low Water Oil-Sands Recovery Process” (NUWORP) significantly reduces, with the potential to eliminate, three of the greatest barriers to wider adoption of oil sands production.  

What's new on our Community Blog



Eco-friendly House Build

October 20th, 2015
Building a house requires a lot of thought, but why not incorporate an environmentally-friendly element into the process?
To read the full post and comment, visit the ENN Community Blog

Natural Disasters: Can We Help?

October 6th, 2015
Today's infographic outlines the worst natural disasters in human history, and identifies how we can best minimize the impact of these disasters.
To read the full post and comment, visit the ENN Community Blog

Organisms Named after Famous People

September 28th, 2015
From a beetle with biceps like Arnold Schwarzenegger to a wasp named after the Dementors from the Harry Potter series, there are some truly bizarre organisms that have been named after celebrities...
To read the full post and comment, visit the ENN Community Blog

Member Press Releases

More Press Releases

Terms of Use | Privacy Policy

2017©. Copyright Environmental News Network