8/18/2006 Global Warming is Real News

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Global warming prompts need for wine reforms, says lawyer - ABC Online

17 Aug 2006 at 10:06pm Global warming prompts need for wine reforms, says lawyer
ABC Online, Australia - 8 hours ago
Winemakers are being warned to come up with a strategy to help them cope with global warming. Adelaide wine lawyer Will Taylor says climate change is the ...
Global warming 'threat to wine industry' NEWS.com.au
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17 Aug 2006 at 8:33pm Limiting Climate Change: The Neglected Obstacle
Washington Post, United States - 9 hours ago
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all 4 related Pollution, warming hurting Joshua trees - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

18 Aug 2006 at 2:10am Pollution, warming hurting Joshua trees
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, CA - 4 hours ago
... contribute significantly to global warming and climate changes, according to ... "The impact of global warming and air ... into the threat of climatic change on Joshua ...
Air pollution rapidly killing Joshua trees The Desert Sun
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Bonus Joules: Transfusing The Economy (Scoop.co.nz)

17 Aug 2006 at 4:35am

Why do the eyes of sages twinkle with humour as they talk of the human condition? Do their insights reveal that our behaviour is inherently funny? What?s the grand joke? I recently caught a glimpse of what makes them chuckle about the human lot. Read on and smile. Climate Change Threatens Pollination Timing (Science Daily)

9 Aug 2006 at 11:14pm

In addition to the more obvious effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increasing storm activity, there is the potential to dramatically alter ecological communities. Dr. David Inouye, director of University of Maryland's graduate program in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology, reports that global warming could disrupt the timing of pollination in alpine Climate Change Threatens Pollination Timing (Newswise)

8 Aug 2006 at 4:19pm

One of the most insidious impacts of global warming will be changes in the timing of ecological events which can disrupt natural communities. At a special session on this subject at the ESA annual meeting, University of Maryland's Dr. David Inouye presents three decades of data suggesting climate change impacts on pollination ecology in mountain environments.

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