• Great Lakes levels are likely to see continued rise in next three decades

    11 days ago - By Phys.org

    The Great Lakes in the Midwest U.S. comprise the largest unfrozen freshwater stores on Earth. But too much of a good thing can create problems. New research using the most advanced regional climate modeling systems finds that the baseline lake level for Lake Superior, Michigan-Huron and Erie are expected to rise by roughly 20 to 50 centimeters by 2050 as a result of climate change.
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  • How to use your Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 as a secondary screen

    How to use your Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 as a secondary screen

    11 days ago - By Digital Trends

    Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8 is a powerful tablet, but it can also double as a slim and pixel-dense monitor for your PC. Here's how you can set it up easily.
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  • How Dutch houses can become almost energy- and CO2-neutral

    11 days ago - By Phys.org

    How much energy and greenhouse gas emissions can Dutch homes save? Xining Yang uses Leiden as an example and shows with his research how enormous the impact can be. At least, if we work harder on becoming more sustainable. Based on the models he developed, Yang will receive his doctorate on 28 June.
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  • Large-scale cultivation of microalgae can clean emissions from industry, can also be used in Nordic climate

    11 days ago - By Phys.org

    Microalgae can recover greenhouse gases and nutrients from industrial waste. This technology can be used to reduce climate footprint and eutrophication. Lina Mattsson's dissertation in ecology shows that microalgae can also be used in the Nordic climate, which has previously been considered a challenge as the algae are dependent on heat and sunlight.
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