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How Many Rod Holders Does a Boat Need?

1/29/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By www.saltwatersportsman.com More rod holders are better, but is there a point when enough is enough? [caption id="attachment_44575" align="alignnone" width="512"] woman_fishing_with_rod_holder via Wikimedia Commons[/caption] Some modern fishing boats have fishing rod holders lining the gunwales from stem to stern, and others come with a mere two in the stern. Which… SEE MORE

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Coastal marshes provide valuable protection for coastal communities from storm-induced wave, flood, and structural loss in a changing climate

1/28/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By www.nature.com Abstract Wetlands such as tidal marshes and mangroves are known to buffer coastal communities from wave, flood, and structural loss during storms. Coastal communities and resource managers seek to understand the ecosystem service value of coastal wetlands for reducing storm-induced flood loss in a changing climate. A recent… SEE MORE

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4 facts you might not know about ozone and the Montreal Protocol

1/27/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By www.noaa.gov January 10, 2023—The Montreal Protocol was adopted 35 years ago and remains a landmark environmental agreement, saving millions of people from cancer and contributing significantly to the protection of Earth’s climate system. Formally known as the “Montreal Protocol on Substances That Deplete the Ozone Layer,” this important U.N.… SEE MORE

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Researchers reveal add-on benefits of natural defenses against sea-level rise

1/26/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By earth.stanford.edu Researchers modeled how investing in environmental conservation and protection can help San Mateo County adapt to rising seas. The findings provide incentives for policymakers to prioritize nature-based approaches when planning for sea-level rise. Investments in the environment are paying off for a California county where projects designed to… SEE MORE