Toyota introduces 2022 Toyota Tundra pickup with new i-FORCE MAX hybrid option

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Toyota has introduced the new third-generation Tundra full-size pickup with two different powertrain configurations. With the water-cooled intercooler keeping turbo temperatures down, the V6 engine improves on the outgoing V8 engine in every way.

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Electric tundra buggy makes Canadian eco-tourism that much greener


Thousands of eco-tourists travel to the community of Churchill, Manitoba every year to catch a glimpse of the vulnerable polar bears that convene along the shallow waters of Hudson Bay.


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DOE to Support Research Associated with Water Issues for Shale Gas and Alaskan Oil and Natural Gas

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Increasing population, heightened per capita water demands, regional droughts, and concerns over climate change have combined to make water issues even more pressing. As water supplies become scarcer, the protection of existing supplies becomes even more critical and water from oil and natural gas development is being viewed as a potential resource rather than a waste.

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Flash Drive: 2023 Toyota Sequoia

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Fuel economy numbers have not been announced, but the same gasoline-hybrid power plant in the Toyota Tundra pickup gets 20 mpg city/24 highway/22 combined. Toyota gave us time on an off-road course with some up-and-down sections, a water feature and an open dirt track.

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Researchers Predict Permafrost Thaw Will Intensify Climate Change More Quickly Than Previously Thought; Melting of Greenland Icesheet Could Drive More Water Than Previously Thought to North American Northeast

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A separate study led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), which is being published 29 May in Geophysical Research Letters , concluded that the melting of the Greenland ice sheet this century may drive more water than previously thought toward the already threatened coastlines of New York, Boston, Halifax, and other cities in the northeastern United States and Canada. This would reduce the accumulation of deep, dense water.

NOAA Arctic Report Card finds Arctic entering into new phase: warmer, greener, and less ice

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An international team of scientists who monitor the rapid changes in the Earth’s northern polar region say that the Arctic is entering a new state, one with warmer air and water temperatures, less summer sea ice and snow cover, and a changed ocean chemistry. Acidification of sea water (“ocean acidification”) as a result of carbon dioxide absorption has also been documented in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas.

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myenergi’s Ultimate Guide To Greenland

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The country’s plant life is characterised as ‘Tundra Vegetation’ as is consists of plants like sedge and cotton grass. Seals, whales, cod, salmon, flounder and halibut are found in the surrounding waters and Greenland’s rivers contain salmon and arctic char. Population of Greenland.

Researchers find that the global carbon pool in seagrass beds is as much as 19.9B metric tons

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The Florida Coastal Everglades LTER site is one of 26 such NSF LTER sites around the world in ecosystems from forests to tundra, coral reefs to barrier islands. Some 29% of all historic seagrass meadows have been destroyed, mainly due to dredging and degradation of water quality. Per unit area, seagrass meadows can store up to twice as much carbon as the world’s temperate and tropical forests, according to a paper this week in the journal Nature Geoscience.

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Chevron leveraging information technology to optimize thermal production of heavy oil with increased recovery and reduced costs

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Chevron’s focus on optimizing the thermal management of the Kern River field has resulted in a steady drop in the steam:oil ratio (barrels steam water per barrel oil), resulting in improved economics of the field even with slowly declining production. the steam required, represented by barrels of water, to produce one barrel of oil) from a peak of almost 8.5 Water production. Clean water shipped to agriculture (regulated). Water lease usage.

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