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'Catastrophe' Claim Adds Fuel to Methane Debate

Climate Central Author: Bobby Magill A Cornell University scientist's claims that oil and gas development is so harmful to the climate that methane emissions and oil and gas production in general need to be cut back immediately to avoid a "global catastrophe" are adding more fuel to the scientific debate over the climate implications of shale oil and gas production. Fossil fuels production is the...

Earth's ozone improves while CO2 levels worsen

Engadget Author: Daniel Cooper Good news: the hole in the ozone layer is shrinking. Bad news: worldwide levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide has reached another terrifying milestone. First up, NASA's Goddard Space Center is promoting a scientific paper from December that claims that Earth's ozone layer is gently beginning to repair itself. With data from the agency's AURA satellite, scientists...

Darley Defense Days - Fort Carson, CO

Darley Defense is proud to present the 2015 Darley Defense Days for the Fort Carson, Peterson Air Force Base, Schriever Air Force Base, Cheyenne Mountain, Buckley Air Force Base, the Air Force Academy and surrounding Community held at Fort Carson May 5 -6 2015 at the Fort Carson Special Events Center More information

Free Equipment Expo open to all Military, Law enforcement, DOD Contractors, Fire and Emergency Services

Darley Defense Days Author: Darley Defense Days Darley Defense is proud to present the 2015 Darley Defense Days for the Fort Carson, Peterson Air Force Base, Schriever Air Force Base, Cheyenne Mountain, Buckley Air Force Base, the Air Force Academy and surrounding Community held at Fort Carson May 5 -6 2015 from 0900-1500 at the Fort Carson Special Events Center. Darley Defense has been a proud...

GasFinder AB & RedHen systems sDVR Geospatial video recorder with MediaMapper data presentation software

Mi Helicopters.com Author: mi Helicopters.com Fugitive gas emissions have been estimated to create losses of up to 15% in some countries and create significant workplace hazards for ground staff entering an unknown leak zone. MI Helicopters has successfully conducted aerial gas pipeline leak detection across many thousands of kilometres of pipelines in Queensland utilising the Boreal Laser...

Lenses should have megapixel ratings

EOSHD Author: Andrew Reid As the megapixel race continues, there’s something the average consumer doesn’t realise. Most of them are walking around with 6MP lenses on their 24MP DSLRs. Take an average city street scene, and a group of tourists – most of them shooting on their iPhone – but a few still using their Canon or Nikons. It’s interesting to see what lenses they are using and invariably it...

Half of US fracking firms will disappear in 2015, says Weatherford executive

Shale Energy Author: James Perkins Up to half of the 41 independent fracking firms operating in the US will go out of business or be sold by the end of 2015 due to oil companies’ cuts in capital expenditure, according to an industry executive. Weatherford International pressure pumping marketing director, Rob Fulks, predicts that around 20 companies that provide hydraulic fracturing services will...

Everything You Need to Know About Google’s Project Fi Wireless Service

DroidLife Author: Kellex Google just became a wireless carrier through Project Fi. Insane, right? The rumors that have spread throughout the last couple of months were basically all correct, so we kind of know what we are getting here. Still, there is a lot to process. We figured, now would be a great time to help you figure out what Project Fi is, how you can get signed up, which devices work,...

Study Finds Low Cost in Reducing Methane Emissions

The New York TImes Author: John Schwartz Reducing methane leaks from oil and gas operations around the world could provide a relatively inexpensive way to fight climate change, according to a new report commissioned by the Environmental Defense Fund. The amount of methane that escaped worldwide in 2012 was roughly 3.6 trillion cubic feet and would have been worth $30 billion on the market, said...

Spring Field Tool: VMS-333 Sale through 04.30.2015

Regular Price $4,495 Reduced to $3,795 Red Hen Systems' video mapping system is used around the world to geotag videos and photos with GPS and other sensor data. isWhere is the Google Earth-plug in software used to view it. From sagebrush lake in western Wyoming to mangroves in Costa Rica or whales in the Arctic, the VMS-333 is a preferred tool of professionals working in field sciences. Click...

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