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Nature, Volume 505 Number 7481. The Hawaiian gold coral Kulamanamana haumeaae. Owen Sherwood and colleagues use nitrogen isotopic (δ15N) records from K. haumeaae corals to establish that the increase in nitrogen fixation had already began around 150 years ago, and that it may have been linked to Northern Hemisphere climate change since the end of the Little Ice Age. Cover image: NOAA Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory, DSRV Pisces Pilot Max Cremer, 2004

With Arctic Sea Ice Unusually Thin, Scientists Wary of Another Record Melt: The continuing meltdown could eventually alter Atlantic Ocean currents, which regulate the climate across much of the northern hemisphere.

NATION'S LARGEST DESALINATION PLANT GOES UP NEAR SAN DIEGO: FUTURE OF THE CALIFORNIA COAST? The crews are building what boosters say represents California's best hope for a drought-proof water supply: the largest ocean desalination plant in the Western Hemisphere. The $1 billion project will provide 50 million gallons of drinking water a day for San Diego County when it opens in 2016. Source…

A major player in the transportation of heat in the Atlantic Ocean is slowing down and may affect higher latitude climates in the Northern Hemisphere, according to a NASA analysis of satellite data.

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