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The Anthropocene: Humankind as a Turning Point for Earth
Topic: Climate
Summary: In this interview, Dr. David Grinspoon discusses the implications of the Anthropocene -- a timescale defined by humanity as a geological force shaping the global landscape and evolution of our planet.

O Antropoceno: A Humanidade Como Um Ponto de Mutação Para a Terra
Topic: Climate
Summary: Nesta entrevista o Dr. David Grinspoon discute as implicações do Antropoceno - uma escala de tempo definida como a humanidade sendo uma força geológica a modificar a paisagem global e a evolução do nosso planeta.

Comparing Climates: From Earth to Exoplanets
Topic: Climate
Summary: Scientists gathered at NASA Headquarters this week to discuss how Earth's climate compares to other locations in our solar system and beyond. By highlighting the similarities and contrasts between alien environments, we may gain a better understanding about changes in our home planet's climate.

Ancient Climate Questions Could Improve Predictions
Topic: Climate
Summary: A new study raises questions about climate models of the early Pliocene Earth. During this period in history, the Earth was warmer than today. As the modern earth warms, studying the Pliocene could provide clues about the future of life on Earth.

Turning Excess Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel
Topic: Climate
Summary: Scientists have found a way to transform carbon dioxide in the atmosphere into useful industrial products.

Earth is Warmer Today than Most of the Past 11,300 Years
Topic: Climate
Summary: A new study shows that the Earth is warmer today than it has been during 70 to 80 percent of the last 11,300 years. The findings could help astrobiologists understand what's in store for the future of life on our planet.

Greenland Ice Cores Reveal Our Past and Future
Topic: Climate
Summary: A new study on ice cores shows that the period between Earth's 'ice ages' may have been warmer than previously thought.

Geo-engineering Against Climate Change
Topic: Climate
Summary: New calculations indicate that seeing infertile areas of the oceans would cause enough of an increase in photosynthesizing marine life to address carbon emissions.

Storms in the Machine
Topic: Climate
Summary: NASA researchers are constructing a statistical typhoon model that can quickly generate millions of synthetic typhoons from birth through termination. Their work could provide new details about the climate of Earth, and what the future may hold for life on our planet.

Tormentas en la Máquina
Topic: Climate
Summary: Dos investigadores de la NASA y la Universidad de Columbia, Emmi Yonekura y Tim Hall, están construyendo un modelo estadístico de tifones que puede generar rápidamente millones de tifones sintéticos desde su nacimiento hasta su terminación, y cuyas propiedades estadísticas coinciden con las de cientos de tifones históricos documentados.

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