by Michael D. King, Claire L. Parkinson et al.
April 20, 2008 In Egypt, where antiquities have stood for millennia, climate change is posing new threats to an ancient country and its people. As temperatures climb and shorelines change, environmentalists worry about displaced populations, rising poverty and increased soil salinity in the fertile Nile Delta.
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February 17, 2008 A new book, Our Changing Planet: The View from Space uses dramatic satellite images to document the dynamic rock called Earth. Photos, detailed charts and diagrams illustrate how the planet is changing — from the destruction of the Aral Sea to the spread of pollutants.
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