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How NASA Meteorologists Use Dust, Smoke and Salt Particles to Track Ocean Storm Movement

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A fascinatingly informative satellite simulation of the intense 2017 Atlantic hurricane season shows how meteorologists at the NASA Goddard Space Center employ the use of tiny aerosols such as evaporated sea salt, Saharan Desert dust and fire smoke to visualize how a storm is moving over the ocean and track where it will probably make...

Tom Farrell Alaska Mountain Goat Hunt Report

Never have I had such a physically demanding hunt in such a magnificent place. I truly hope everyone may have the opportunity to taste mountain goat backstrap (sautéed in butter with a little Himalayan sea salt) in their lifetime. Delicious. The post Tom Farrell Alaska Mountain Goat Hunt Report appeared first on Outdoors International Hunting.

Fun Size offers a candy bar in a beer — but it's good, we promise

The beer: Fun Size Milk Stout, Pollyanna Brewing What it is: A milk stout made with peanut, cacao nib, vanilla beans and sea salt that is meant to emulate a Snickers bar. Yes, really. Also look out for Fun Size variants: marshmallow (released in October and still on draft at Pollyanna’s Lemont...

A Guide to America’s Essential Chocolate Shops

The best bonbons and truffles, from coast to coast It’s no longer difficult to find beautifully decorated chocolates, sea salted caramels, or delicately scented truffles. Almost every major city in the U.S. has a shop that’s selling gorgeous bonbons or refined, single origin chocolate bars. Show More Summary

'Sink' or swim for salt marshes

(University of Delaware) Salt marshes have the potential to store large amounts of carbon, but unfortunately these ecosystems face serious threats, from sea level rise, land use change, nutrient runoff and more. Using multiple sensors, University of Delaware Prof. Show More Summary

Scientists warn that saline lakes in dire situation worldwide

Saline lakes around the world are shrinking in size at alarming rates. But what—or who—is to blame? Lakes like Utah's Great Salt Lake, Asia's Aral Sea, the Dead Sea in Jordan and Israel, China's huge Lop Nur and Bolivia's Lake Popo are just a few that are in peril. Show More Summary

The Mediterranean Sea of America

last monthHumor / odd : Kottke.org

If you superimpose the Mediterranean Sea (and the Black Sea) over a map of the United States — creating geographic landmarks like the Confederate Sea, the Great Salt Islands, the Straits of Pismo, and a coastal Las Vegas — you get a real sense of how big each of them is. Show More Summary

Fungi in Sea Salt

Sea salts contain known food spoilage fungi and mycotoxin producers

Laguna marine mammal center rescues first sea lion pup of the season

LAGUNA BEACH Cabo, a 4-month-old sea lion pup found at Salt Creek Beach last week is the first sea lion of the season to be rescued by a team from the Pacific Marine Mammal Center. On Friday, Oct. 6 the pup, which weighed only 25 pounds, was being tube-fed with a solution of pedialyte, karo […]

Mold contamination in sea salts could potentially spoil food

Like fine wines, sea salts are artisanal products that inspire talk of terroir, texture and provenance. Now there's evidence that they can also be sources of spoilage molds.

Mold contamination in sea salts could potentially spoil food

(Cornell University) Research from Cornell University mycologist Kathie Hodge and doctoral candidate Megan Biango-Daniels reveals varying levels of mold contamination in commercial sea salts. Among those molds were important food spoilage molds like Aspergillus and Penicillium, and even some notorious producers of mycotoxins.

These are the best barrel-aged beers you need to try this fall

Sea salt goses and tropical IPAs can be fantastic, but once the leaves begin to change, many drinkers start looking for stronger beers aged in wood. That's often a porter or imperial stout that pulls flavors from bourbon or whiskey barrels. But it can also be a tart autumnal ale that gets funky,...

Maritime Merc - Do I Look Like Popeye In This Pic?

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Maritime Merc by OneBluebird Art The X team had dumped DP on a merchant marine's ship as a joke, but after spending a few months at sea DP realized he was born to be a sailor! He loved the smell of that salt air, the mist that slapped...Show More Summary

Select KIND Bars Recalled Due to Allergy Concerns

KIND Snacks has issued a voluntary recall for a limited number of its Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt bars due to allergen mislabeling. Read on to learn more.

Even More Absurd, Deep-Fried Creations Announced for This Year’s State Fair of Texas

Are y’all ready for chicken fried SPAM fries and sea salt caramel beer? Just when it doesn’t seem like the offerings at the State Fair of Texas can get any more indulgent — or absurd — the annual fried food bonanza has announced even...Show More Summary

Black Sea water temperatures may buck global trend

Using a model developed at the JRC, scientists have successfully simulated the Black Sea's long term currents, salt water content and temperature for the first time.

We're All a Little Plastic on the Inside

You're made of water, bone, blood, muscle and fat; you're also a few parts plastic. That is, if you prefer sea salt on your meal. Or honey, shellfish, beer or tap water. Recent studies have found microplastics, tiny shards of degraded plastic, in them all. Show More Summary

Sea Salt Increasingly Contaminated by Micro Plastic

It turns out that ocean pollution is having an impact on more than just seafood; many sea salt brands could be contaminated by plastic particles, according to a recent study.

Science Explained: Why Is The Sea Salty?

Why is the sea salty? The short answer is that water dissolves the salts contained in rocks, and these salts are carried in the water to the sea. We take a look at the science. More »      

Plastics Have Become The Bane Of All Humanity

New studies find plastic particles in most of world's drinking water and in most sea salt. The problem is invisible to the eye but vital to human health. Plastics Have Become The Bane Of All Humanity was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

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