Meltwater from the Greenland ice sheet can travel through channels in the ice to reach bedrock; a new study show where subglacial water goes. Here, water plunges down a moulin, or hole in the ice. CREDIT: Marco Tedesco/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

Greenland Meltwater Study Seeks Answers

THUNDER BAY – ENVIRONMENT – When summer temperatures rise in Greenland and the melt season begins, water pools on the surface, and sometimes disappears down holes in the ice. That water may eventually reach bedrock, creating a slipperier, faster slide...

Posted 7 January 2017 by
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Proposed Pipeline Route map

Public Input Requested for Pipeline Route

THUNDER BAY –  The Common Voice Northwest Energy East Task Force is looking for public input into what a significant water crossing looks like along TransCanada Pipeline’s route for their Energy East conversion project. Common Voice Northwest has received intervenor...

Posted 30 December 2016 by
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Cheetahs Can Not Outrun Possible Extinction

Cheetahs heading towards extinction as habitat shrinks Scientists are warning that the cheetah, the fastest land animal, is rapidly heading towards extinction, with depleting habitats and poaching to blame for the plummeting numbers. According to a report published in...

Posted 27 December 2016 by
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