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The uppermost reaches of the ocean could be rapidly scanned in groundbreaking high detail using acoustic techniques.
Iron fertilization may shift the ecology of the ocean from a plankton bloom that is better at removing carbon to a bloom dominated by diatoms that are best at removing iron. Continue reading →
Sea snakes could slither into bull sharks' turf if the Nicaraguan government succeeds in digging a canal between the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea.
Gardeners pull weeds, but plants pull some nasty tricks of their own. Within many gardens and lawns lurk poisonous, painful and even deadly plants.
The massive landslide happened in one of the biggest open-pit mines in the world. Continue reading →
Residents devastated by Hurricane Sandy are now on a fast track for solar power. Continue reading →
An ancient fish fossil shows surprising signs of having abdominal muscles, previously thought to have only developed in land animals.
One of the biggest rare-earth gambles is at Alaska's Bokan Mountain. Once mined for uranium, the granite peak on Prince of Wales Island contains rich veins of the harder-to-find heavy rare-earth elements.
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