Greetings to everyone! I hope this week’s post finds all of you doing well. This week we’ll start taking a look at summer safety with an infographic on staying safe in the heat. There are several other interesting topics to review including a look at the latest US Drought Monitor, so let’s get started.
- Astronomers’ main reference guide to the Milky Way just received a major update. “Mega-map of Milky Way adds depth to stars’ motions.”
- This is a very disconcerting health read. “More than 1 in 7 people worldwide have had Lyme disease.”
- These are some badly needed improvements. “Inspired by palm trees, scientists develop hurricane-resilient wind turbines.”
- “Microplastics found in freshly fallen Antarctic snow for first time.” This could accelerate snow & ice melting & pose a threat to the health of the continent’s unique ecosystems.
- While it’s true that climate change is related closely to power, you’re not powerless to take action yourself. Every small step counts.
- Summer has gone from the lazy days of no school and vacations to a season that presents a high level of danger to our species.
- Here is a look at the latest NOAA US Drought Monitor. For the 13th straight week, drought conditions improved in varying degrees across the USA.
SUMMER WEATHER SAFETY
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