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Ka-pow! If phytoplankton could make noise, this is what they might sound like off the coast of France this spring. Continue reading →
Using satellite data, scientists might be able to give people faster warning of tsunamis. Continue reading →
Melted snow from the Rocky Mountains supplies drinking water for about 70 million Americans, but a study by the U.S. Geological Survey warns that warmer springs reduced snow cover in the mountains by 20 percent since 1980. Continue reading →
A systematic sampling of lakes around Minnesota turned up a wide variety of chemicals, including DEET, BPA, prescription drugs and cocaine.
Goodbye, glaciers. These rivers of ice are melting worldwide.
Melting glaciers influence sea level nearly as much as both the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets combined.
A new study finds near-unanimity among climate scientists: humans are causing global warming. Continue reading →
Volcanoes are rumbling in both the Arctic and the tropics of North America, while other eruptions continue on an Italian island and in the frozen tundra of Russia. Continue reading →
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