Oceans Are Losing Their Memory

[ad_1] Using future projections from the latest generation of Earth System Models, a recent study published in Science Advances found that most of the world’s ocean is steadily losing its year-to-year memory under global warming. In contrast to the rapid weather changes in the atmosphere, the slowly fluctuating ocean exhibits high persistence or “memory,” meaning […]

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Overcoming the Physical Limitations of Today’s Telecommunications

[ad_1] With a grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark, a team of researchers and experts from industry and Aarhus University will try to solve the fundamental problem that the speed of light simply is not fast enough for the Internet of Skills. Human skills will be digitalized and democratized in the future through the Internet […]

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Satellites and Drones Are Being Used To Study Glacial Physics and Predict Sea Level Rise

[ad_1] Calving front of the Upsala Glacier in Argentina. This glacier has been thinning and retreating at a rapid rate during the last decades — from 2006 to 2010, it receded 43.7 yards (40 meters) per year. Credit: Etienne Berthier/Université de Toulouse/NASA Goddard Brent Minchew leads two proposals to better understand glacial physics and predict […]

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