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1C rise in atmospheric temperature causes rapid changes to world's largest High Arctic lake

(University of Alberta) An interdisciplinary team of scientists examining everything from glaciology to freshwater ecology discovered drastic changes over the past decade to the world's largest High Arctic lake. And from glacial melt to the declining lake ice to changes in lake ecology, the results from Lake Hazen on Ellesmere Island in Canada are alarming.

This Morning's Research Reports on Gold Stocks -- Kirkland Lake Gold, McEwen Mining, New Gold, ...

Kirkland Lake Gold Last Friday, shares in Toronto, Canadaheadquartered Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd ended the session 0.45% lower at $15.57. The stock recorded Read more...

Fishing lake pumped for mine

The Mount Milligan mine - an open-pit gold and copper mine located some 90 km northeast of Fort St. James - has been pumping water from a nearby fish-bearing lake since February. Thompson Creek Metals Company received permission from the province in January to pump water from Philip Lake, which supports at least seven species of fish, including redside shiner, burbot, northern pikeminnow, mountain...

1,000 march in Salt Lake City over Mormon youth interviews

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — About 1,000 current and former Mormons marched to the church's headquarters in Salt Lake City Friday to deliver petitions demanding an end to closed door, one-on-one interviews between youth and lay leaders where sexual questions sometimes arise.

Intermountain Healthcare introduces telehealth kiosk with partners

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Tiny red animals dart in the dark under the ice of a frozen Quebec lake

(Ecological Society of America) In a frozen lake in Quebec, tiny red creatures zip about under the ice. Guillaume Grosbois and Milla Rautio, researchers at Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, Saguenay, Québec, Canada report the discovery of active, unusually red, life in a winter lake today in the Ecological Sociey of America's journal Ecology. Bright pigment may preserve zooplankton's fatty ac...

RD Training Systems Is Coming to Salt Lake City, Utah in December 2017

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 24, 2017/PRNewswire/ -- Rick Kurtz and RD Training Systems are bringing their real estate training to Salt Lake City, Read more...

Reducing How Much Nitrogen Enters a Lake Has Little Impact on Algal Blooms

Since 1969, researchers have been artificially manipulating a lake by adding varying amounts of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus to investigate the nutrients responsible for algal blooms

New research shows fertilization drives global lake emissions of greenhouse gases

(University of Minnesota) A paper published this week in the journal Limnology and Oceanography Letters is the first to show that lake size and nutrients drive how much greenhouse gases are emitted globally from lakes into the atmosphere.

Study finds high levels of hazardous chemicals in plastics collected from Lake Geneva

The first-ever chemical analysis of plastic collected from beaches around Lake Geneva detected cadmium, mercury and lead -- sometimes in very high concentrations that exceed the maximum permitted under EU law.

UBC Okanagan researchers discover neurotoxin in Lake Winnipeg

(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) A new study from UBC's Okanagan campus has found that BMAA -- a toxin linked to several neurodegenerative diseases -- is present in high concentrations during cyanobacteria blooms in Lake Winnipeg.

Dangerous driving conditions amid winter storm warning in Lake Tahoe

Skiers are delighted by all the snow Lake Tahoe is getting, but this latest snowstorm is causing dangerous driving conditions for anyone heading up this weekend.

Salt Lake City Apartment Complex Wins Development of the Year

SALT LAKE CITY, April 4, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- Wood Partners, a leader in real estate development and construction, announced their downtown development, Alta Gateway Station, Read more...

A pastoral lost: the withering of Russia's old Soviet farms and villages

Strewn with abandoned buildings, ruined grain silos, and muddy streets lined with empty, tumbledown Russian-style cottages, this community is mostly a ghost town. Pyotr Volkov and his wife Natasha are already pensioners, yet they are the youngest inhabitants here. Perhaps due to a bureaucratic error, Komsomolskoye still has a functioning post office.

Ban of Russian Olympic team justified, Robert Weiner and Brad Star in Salt Lake Tribune; ...

"Team and Friends—here are our last three op-eds. The first is by Brad Starand me in the Salt Lake Tribune on why the ban Read more...

Bryte Software Launches San Francisco Office to Bring Exciting Data Lake Innovations to Market

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- Bryte Systems, provider of award-winning Enterprise Cloud Data Lake Software, has incorporated in the US and opened up Read more...

It's So Cold, You Might Be Allergic to It

On a freezing morning in January, my boyfriend had just emerged from the icy waters of Lake Michigan along with hundreds of others who had just participated in the annual Polar Plunge. He was frozen to the bone, but so was everyone else. There was, however, something distinct about my boyfriend’s experience — the extreme cold triggered a new, mysterious allergy that would linger for years. Th...

New Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital Officially Open For Patient Care

"Our new hospital is now ready to provide high-quality, compassionate care to our patients," said Thomas J. McAfee, President of Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Read more...

APNewsBreak: Board backs Utah officer in protested shooting

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Salt Lake City officer followed department policy in the shooting of a black man after he ran from police, a civilian review board said in a report released Wednesday about the killing that prompted a public outcry.

Minn. tribe sues opioid manufacturers, distributors

CASS LAKE, Minn.-The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe filed a lawsuit Tuesday against a group of opioid manufacturers and distributors, alleging that the companies are responsible for high levels of addiction and overdose deaths on the reservation. A complaint filed Tuesday, Dec. 19, names 23 defendants including manufacturers Purdue Pharma Inc., Cephalon Inc., and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., as well ...

Salt Lake City to host cutting-edge linguistic research in January

(Linguistic Society of America) Research presentations on transgender identities, the #yesallwomen twitter campaign, the rootedness of Appalachian English, and the many others provided below are among the highlights of the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah from Jan. 4-7, 2018.

Nursery stock, homeowner preferences drive tree diversity in Salt Lake Valley

(University of Utah) What factors shape the formation of a new urban forest?Researchers' survey of tree species diversity in the Salt Lake Valley found that diversity can be shaped by the species available in nurseries, the preferences of the homeowners, and even the tree selections of their neighbors.

High levels of hazardous chemicals found in plastics collected from Lake Geneva

(Frontiers) The first analysis of plastic litter from Lake Geneva finds toxic chemicals like cadmium, mercury and lead - - whose levels sometimes exceed the maximum permitted under EU law. The presence of chemicals that are now restricted or banned in plastic production reflects how old the plastic litter could be -- and indicates that like oceans, freshwater habitats are also affected by plastic ...

Bacteria-hunting virus fished from Connecticut lake treats infected doctor

Voices of Abuse Panel Discussion Coming to Grand Theatre

Event at SLCC includes panel discussion about abuse moderated by ABC 4 anchor Kim Fischer. SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) March 12, 2018 Salt Lake Community College will host the Voices of Abuse panel discussion March 27, 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Theatre at South City Campus, 1575 South State Street, Salt Lake City. ABC 4 news anchor Kim Fischer, who is a victim of abuse, will moderate the discussion. The ...

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