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Nature around MeNature around Me

In our daily life we come into contact with nature. This may be in the form...

 
Green Lane Allotments Weather DiaryGreen Lane Allotments Weather Diary

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Today it was partly cloudy, but with extended periods of sun inbetween. Late in the day there was a shower over Goat Island backlit by the setting sun.The rainbow started right in The Notch, a deep cleft in Goat Island's hillside. Wayne wrote about h...

The Newscastle Herald, 1 February 2018:THERE are fears thousands of “ravenous” kingfish that escaped a state-government jointly run fish farm off Port Stephens will devastate the marine park's wild fish population.Up to 17,000 predatory yellowtai...

Even though we live in British Columbia, we don't get that much snow. Our location near the coast moderates our climate.But when we do, it's an exciting event for me. I grew up in Southern California and the closest I came to snow was looking at it h...

It's the middle of winter here in Berlin. However, we don't have a lot of snow. So that during the days that it actually snows, it is rather exciting. Of course, after a few hours it would melt, but nevertheless it is an exciting sight to see...

Mr. Coleman was the original meteorologist on “Good Morning America” and pioneered green-screen news and round-the-clock weather reporting.

The first weather forecaster on “Good Morning America,” Mr. Coleman started the Weather Channel in 1981, but was forced out after a year.

“Background warming associated with anthropogenic climate change has seen Australian annual mean temperature increase by approximately 1.1 °C since 1910. Most of this warming has occurred since 1950.” [Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Annu...