Monthly Archives: September 2011

Career Profile: The Basics of Being a Geologist or Hydrologist in Today’s Economy

 Guest Post by Nadia Jones  As society and business becomes more and more interested in the environmental well-being of our planet, geologists and hydrologists will become even more important and prevalent in the job market. These two specialized careers have … Continue reading

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New Boom Reshapes Oil World

Two years ago, America was importing about two thirds of its oil. Today, according to the Energy Information Administration, it imports less than half. And by 2017, investment bank Goldman Sachs predicts the US could be poised to pass Saudi … Continue reading

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Oceansat-II of India will provide fishing location data

Oceansat-II, scheduled to be launched on October 12, will provide information to fishermen on the optimal locations for fishing. The ground station will be in a position to issue the advisory by 5 PM which would prove handy for fishermen, … Continue reading

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Southeast Asia Experiencing Greatest Biodiversity Loss

One of the most exotic and wild places on Earth has been undergoing an unprecedented loss in biodiversity during the past 50 years. As these nations in the region became industrialized and their populations boomed, their once pristine forests have … Continue reading

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