Sunday, September 21, 2008

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Friday, September 5, 2008

Arctic melt heralds more cyclones and floods: expert

There are more signs of rapid climate change in the Arctic.
Researchers say five ice shelves along Ellesmere Island in Canada's far-north have shrunk by 23 per cent this summer alone.
The shelves once covered an area of more than 5,000 square kilometres but now they are barely 10 per cent of that.
Warwick Vincent of the centre for northern studies at Quebec's Laval University describes the impact of the melting this year as staggering.
He says climate models suggest the most severe changes will take place in the highest northern latitudes, as a starting point for more substantial changes throughout the rest of the planet.
That means more hurricanes, cyclones and floods.

Exciting expansion for Tas. university

The University of Tasmania is set to become a world leader in pharmaceutical research, with the opening today of a $4.6 million analytical research centre.
The centre is a joint project of the university and pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, to facilitate collaborative research between the State's top chemists, and leaders in the pharmaceutical industry.
Professor Paul Haddad will head the centre, and he says it's an exciting expansion for the University.
"Primarily it's a collaboration with the largest drug company in the world, and it allows us to expand a lot of our activities, and basically it's moving us into an area that up until now we hadn't been working strongly in," he said.