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greensurfschool.com 31/07/2019

Researchers Develop Technology to Harness Energy from Mixing Freshwater and Seawater

Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant in Los Angeles Image © Doc Searls / Flickr Salt is power. It might sound like alchemy, but the energy in places where salty ocean water and freshwater mingle could provide a massive source of renewable power. Stanford researchers have developed an affordable, durable technology that could harness this so-called blue energy. The paper, recently published in American Chemical Society’s ACS Omega, describes the battery and suggests using it to make coastal wastewater treatment plants energy-independent. [ 146 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/07/31/researchers-develop-technology-to-harness-energy-from-mixing-freshwater-and-seawater/

greensurfschool.com Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant in Los Angeles Image © Doc Searls / Flickr Salt is power. It might sound like alchemy, but the energy in places where salty ocean water and freshwater mingle could …

greensurfschool.com 16/07/2019

El Niño Linked to Crop Failures

Maize crop failure © Uschi Dugulin from Pixabay he El Niño climate cycle has been responsible for widespread simultaneous crop failure in different regions of the world, a study has found, putting pressure on countries to prepare for future weather events. A paper published in ScienceAdvances showed that the El Niño Southern Oscillation, a warm water wave that travels across the Pacific every three to five years, causes a variety of irregular weather patterns, which affect crops worldwide. [ 68 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/07/16/el-nino-linked-to-crop-failures/

greensurfschool.com Maize crop failure © Uschi Dugulin from Pixabay he El Niño climate cycle has been responsible for widespread simultaneous crop failure in different regions of the world, a study has found, putting …

greensurfschool.com 11/07/2019

Sloppy Sea Urchins

Purple sea urchins munch on kelp off the coast of California. photo © Christie Yorke Sea urchins have gotten a bad rap on the USA Pacific coast. The spiky sea creatures can mow down entire swaths of kelp forest, leaving behind rocky urchin barrens. An article in the New York Times went so far as to call them “cockroaches of the ocean.” But new research suggests that urchins play a more complex role in their ecosystems than previously believed. [ 155 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/07/11/sloppy-sea-urchins/

greensurfschool.com Purple sea urchins munch on kelp off the coast of California. photo © Christie Yorke Sea urchins have gotten a bad rap on the USA Pacific coast. The spiky sea creatures can mow down entire swaths o…

greensurfschool.com 10/07/2019

Climate Change Made June’s European Heatwave Five Times More Likely

Photo © giselaatje via Pixabay The record-breaking heatwave that struck France and other European nations in June 2019 was made at least five — and possibly 100 — times more likely by climate change, scientists have calculated. Such heatwaves are also about 4 degrees Celsius hotter than a century ago, the researchers say. Furthermore, the heatwaves hitting Europe are more frequent and more severe than climate models have predicted. [ 108 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/07/10/climate-change-made-junes-european-heatwave-five-times-more-likely/

greensurfschool.com Photo © giselaatje via Pixabay The record-breaking heatwave that struck France and other European nations in June 2019 was made at least five — and possibly 100 — times more likely by climate chang…

greensurfschool.com 09/07/2019

The Biggest Seaweed Bloom in the World

The Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt (GASB), started in 2011. It has occurred every year since, except 2013, and often stretches from the west coast of Africa to the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo © NASA/Earth Observatory. Data provided by Mengqiu Wang and Chuanmin Hu, USF College of Marine Science) An unprecedented belt of brown algae stretches from West Africa to the Gulf of Mexico—and it’s likely here to stay. [ 189 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/07/09/the-biggest-seaweed-bloom-in-the-world/

greensurfschool.com The Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt (GASB), started in 2011. It has occurred every year since, except 2013, and often stretches from the west coast of Africa to the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo © NASA/Eart…

greensurfschool.com 30/06/2019

New Racks Hold Boards, Open Beers

It's important to remember your priorities when purchasing a surf rack. © Grant Ellis/Yakima Racks Surfers often drive trucks because we tend to hoard gear like someone in need of a reality TV intervention, and that gear needs to go places—namely, to the beach. Obviously there are the boards, which we tirelessly collect in pursuit of the perfect craft for every wave size and shape theoretically possible, but there are also the plastic bins filled with wetsuits and booties, the backpacks stuffed with towels and sunscreen and at least one sandy nub of wax, and the coolers loaded with snacks and beer for the dermatologist-not-recommended marathon beach days. [ 63 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/06/30/new-racks-hold-boards-open-beers/

greensurfschool.com It’s important to remember your priorities when purchasing a surf rack. © Grant Ellis/Yakima Racks Surfers often drive trucks because we tend to hoard gear like someone in need of a reality T…

greensurfschool.com 24/06/2019

Clouds Dominate Uncertainties in Predicting Greenland Ice Melt

The Greenland ice sheet at sunset © Research team University of Bristol New research led by climate scientists from the University of Bristol suggests that the representation of clouds in climate models is as, or more, important than the amount of greenhouse gas emissions when it comes to projecting future Greenland ice sheet melt. Recent research shows that the whole of the Greenland ice sheet could be gone within the next thousand years, raising global sea level by more than seven metres. [ 118 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/06/24/clouds-dominate-uncertainties-in-predicting-greenland-ice-melt/

greensurfschool.com The Greenland ice sheet at sunset © Research team University of Bristol New research led by climate scientists from the University of Bristol suggests that the representation of clouds in climate m…

greensurfschool.com 08/06/2019

How to put on a traction pad

the New Channel Islands 50/50 Flat Pad Featuring the New Channel Islands 50/50 Flat Pad Have you ever got a new board, ran down to the beach, slapped on a fresh tail pad to only have it fall off during your first session? So lame! Or maybe in your haste couldn’t decide where exactly to place it on the board? Watch and listen to Channel Islands Santa Barbara surf shop manager Evan Gambetta talk you through how to prep your board for that new traction pad. [ 188 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/06/08/how-to-put-on-a-traction-pad/

greensurfschool.com the New Channel Islands 50/50 Flat Pad Featuring the New Channel Islands 50/50 Flat Pad Have you ever got a new board, ran down to the beach, slapped on a fresh tail pad to only have it fall off du…

greensurfschool.com 27/05/2019

Melting Small Glaciers Could Add 10 Inches to Sea Levels

Kennicott Glacier, Wrangell Mountains, Alaska © Regina Hock A new review of glacier research data paints a picture of a future planet with a lot less ice and a lot more water. Glaciers worldwide are projected to lose anywhere from 18% to 36% of their mass by 2100, resulting in almost 10 inches of sea level rise. The review is the most comprehensive global comparison of glacier simulations ever compiled. [ 51 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/05/27/melting-small-glaciers-could-add-10-inches-to-sea-levels/

greensurfschool.com Kennicott Glacier, Wrangell Mountains, Alaska © Regina Hock A new review of glacier research data paints a picture of a future planet with a lot less ice and a lot more water. Glaciers worldwide ar…

greensurfschool.com 26/05/2019

Some Tips To Learning To Surf

Learning to surf at Encitas Ca. More and more people are interested in learning to surf. We love that everyone wants to try surfing, and we always encourage people to give it a shot, but we also make sure to explain the importance of taking the proper steps to learn, because surfing can be dangerous. Many surfers were lucky enough to learn to surf when they were very young, so it can’t be said that they've all partaken in this exact process, but we came up with a few steps to help you start catching waves. [ 1,021 more word ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/05/26/some-tips-to-learning-to-surf/

greensurfschool.com Learning to surf at Encitas Ca. More and more people are interested in learning to surf. We love that everyone wants to try surfing, and we always encourage people to give it a shot, but we also ma…

greensurfschool.com 25/05/2019

Great GREEN SURF SHOP deals round out May

15% Off Orders $100+ with coupon MAY15 (through 5/31) Stock up on summer styles and surfing essentials this month! Coupon Code: MAY15 Expiration Date: 05/31/2019 $25 Off Orders $200+ with coupon MAY25 (through 5/31) With a large selection of surfboards, boardshorts, surf clothing, wetsuits, sandals, ski and snowboard supplies, Hansen’s has everything you need to keep you looking and feeling coastal cool. [ 173 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/05/25/great-green-surf-shop-deals-round-out-may/

greensurfschool.com 15% Off Orders $100+ with coupon MAY15 (through 5/31) Stock up on summer styles and surfing essentials this month! Coupon Code: MAY15 Expiration Date: 05/31/2019 $25 Off Orders $200+ with coupon MA…

greensurfschool.com 09/05/2019

Can Whales And Humans Collaborate On Research?

S***m whale family © Corey Ford/iStockphoto n The New York Times, James Nestor raises the tantalizing possibility of full-on collaboration between human observers and wild whales in research on whale communication. (The article includes a whale audio file and an option to download an app that yields a virtual reality video.) Nestor joined the DareWin Project in which free-divers enter the ocean to observe s***m whales and record their clicks — echolocation sounds and coda clicks that allow these mammals to investigate their world and talk to each other. [ 118 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/05/09/can-whales-and-humans-collaborate-on-research/

greensurfschool.com S***m whale family © Corey Ford/iStockphoto n The New York Times, James Nestor raises the tantalizing possibility of full-on collaboration between human observers and wild whales in research on wha…

greensurfschool.com 24/04/2019

Cities And Countries To Slash Plastic Waste Within A Decade

Plastics at Thilafushi, an artificial island created as a landfill, in the Maldives © Shutterstock. Global and local community leaders from more than 170 countries have pledged to “significantly reduce” the amount of single-use plastic products by 2030. Success would result in significantly less plastic pollution entering our oceans, lakes and rivers. Today, societies around the world have a love affair with disposable plastics. [ 117 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/04/24/cities-and-countries-to-slash-plastic-waste-within-a-decade/

greensurfschool.com Plastics at Thilafushi, an artificial island created as a landfill, in the Maldives © Shutterstock. Global and local community leaders from more than 170 countries have pledged to “significantly re…

greensurfschool.com 17/04/2019

Scientists Find Microplastics Can Be Carried Long Distances by the Wind

Scientists have found microplastics in a remote part of the Pyrenees mountain range © Pixabay Microplastics have been found in some of the most remote aquatic ecosystems on earth, including in the deepest parts of the ocean. Now, scientists have discovered that these tiny pieces of plastic can also be carried by the wind into secluded terrestrial regions, such as the French Pyrenees not far the… [ 182 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/04/17/scientists-find-microplastics-can-be-carried-long-distances-by-the-wind/

greensurfschool.com Scientists have found microplastics in a remote part of the Pyrenees mountain range © Pixabay Microplastics have been found in some of the most remote aquatic ecosystems on earth, including in the …

greensurfschool.com 12/04/2019

Scientists Find Viable Replacement for Petroleum-Based Plastic

Plastic Food containers © Yale University Scientists Say They Have Found a Viable Replacement for Petroleum-Based Plastic Scientists at Ohio State University say they have developed a viable alternative to petroleum-based plastic food packaging by using natural tree-based rubber. According to the researchers, the new biodegradable material holds promise for fighting the world’s growing plastic pollution problem, as well as for helping curb our reliance on fossil fuels. [ 128 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/04/12/scientists-find-viable-replacement-for-petroleum-based-plastic/

greensurfschool.com Plastic Food containers © Yale University Scientists Say They Have Found a Viable Replacement for Petroleum-Based Plastic Scientists at Ohio State University say they have developed a viable altern…

greensurfschool.com 09/04/2019

HOPE: Study shows potential for Earth-friendly plastic replacement

Photo © Squirrel photos via Pixabay The quest to keep plastic out of landfills and oceans, and simultaneously satisfy the needs of the food industry is filled with obstacles. A biodegradable replacement for petroleum-based products has to meet all sorts of standards and, so far, attempts at viable replacements from renewable sources have faced limited success due to processing and economic constraints. [ 87 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/04/09/hope-study-shows-potential-for-earth-friendly-plastic-replacement/

greensurfschool.com Photo © Squirrel photos via Pixabay The quest to keep plastic out of landfills and oceans, and simultaneously satisfy the needs of the food industry is filled with obstacles. A biodegradable replac…

greensurfschool.com 09/04/2019

Scientists discover, climb and describe the world’s tallest tropical tree.

The world's tallest tropical tree. Image © Dr Alexander Shenkin Scientists in the UK and Malaysia have discovered the world’s tallest tropical tree, and possibly the tallest flowering plant, measuring over 100 metres high. Laid down, it would extend beyond both goals on a football pitch. The team found the tree in the rainforests of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, and have undertaken a novel three-dimensional exploration of the remarkable find to better understand how trees grow so tall, and what keeps them from growing taller. [ 69 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/04/09/scientists-discover-climb-and-describe-the-worlds-tallest-tropical-tree/

greensurfschool.com The world’s tallest tropical tree. Image © Dr Alexander Shenkin Scientists in the UK and Malaysia have discovered the world’s tallest tropical tree, and possibly the tallest flowering plant, …

greensurfschool.com 04/04/2019

Hurricanes to Deliver a Bigger Punch to Coasts

Flood waters cover large tracts of land in Mozambique after cyclone Idai made landfall. © World Food Programme. Hurricanes to Deliver a Bigger Punch to Coasts When tropical cyclone Idai made landfall near Beira, Mozambique on March 14, it was called possibly the the worst weather-related disaster to hit the southern hemisphere. The massive, horrifying, storm caused catastrophic flooding and widespread destruction of buildings and roads in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. [ 230 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/04/04/hurricanes-to-deliver-a-bigger-punch-to-coasts/

greensurfschool.com Flood waters cover large tracts of land in Mozambique after cyclone Idai made landfall. © World Food Programme. Hurricanes to Deliver a Bigger Punch to Coasts When tropical cyclone Idai made landfa…

greensurfschool.com 04/04/2019

The Origins of Green

The Green Man - a symbol of mysterious origin and history. In surfing, the green room is the inside of a barrel It is produced by light reflected into the barrel. In post-classical and early modern Europe, green was the color commonly associated with wealth, merchants, bankers and gentry. Green has a long tradition as the color of Ireland and Gaelic culture. [ 544 more words ]
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greensurfschool.com The Green Man – a symbol of mysterious origin and history. In surfing, the green room is the inside of a barrel It is produced by light reflected into the barrel. In post-classical and early …

greensurfschool.com 29/03/2019

New Spring deals and discounts on wetsuits!

New March deals and discounts ! | Learn to surf Save on Wetsuits as well as men’s and women’s spring styles. 12% off wetsuits 12% off womens styles 12% 0ff mens style 12% Off Men’s & Women’s Wetsuits (thru 3/6) Click here 12% Off Men’s & Women’s Wetsuits 12% Off Men’s & Women’s Collections (thru 3/6) Click here 12% Off Men’s & Women’s Collections… [ 46 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/03/29/new-spring-deals-and-discounts-on-wetsuits/

greensurfschool.com New March deals and discounts ! | Learn to surf Save on Wetsuits as well as men’s and women’s spring styles. 12% off wetsuits 12% off womens styles 12% 0ff mens style 12% Off Men’s & Women’s We…

greensurfschool.com 24/03/2019

First Glimpse Beneath an Ultraslow-Spreading Mid-Ocean Ridge

What it's like in a black smoker field. Illustration: NTNU For the first time ever, researchers have been able to peek deep into the mantle of the Earth under an ultra-slow mid-ocean ridge, where they have been able to observe mantle melting and growth of the Earth’s crust. More than 100 years ago, the German meteorologist and avid balloonist Alfred Wegener remarked in a letter to his future wife Elsa Köppen on an odd pattern he noticed on world maps. [ 93 more words ]
http://greensurfschool.com/2019/03/24/first-glimpse-beneath-an-ultraslow-spreading-mid-ocean-ridge/

greensurfschool.com What it’s like in a black smoker field. Illustration: NTNU For the first time ever, researchers have been able to peek deep into the mantle of the Earth under an ultra-slow mid-ocean ridge, w…

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