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GPS Stations Measure Daily Ice Loss in Greenland

Monitoring the effects of climate change in Greenland has been made much easier with an innovative method developed by researchers at DTU using 61 national GPS stations in Greenland.

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Mosaic Grassland Landscapes Are the Most Beneficial

Like forests, grassland provides numerous ecological, economic and social benefits.

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Global Methane Emissions Automatically Detected in Satellite Imagery Using AI

As global temperatures rise to record highs, the pressure to curb greenhouse gas emissions has intensified.

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Using Solar Energy to Generate Heat at High Temperatures

Instead of burning coal or oil to produce cement or steel, in the future solar energy could be used for this purpose.

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In Seawater, Researchers See an Untapped Bounty of Critical Metals

Can metals that naturally occur in seawater be mined, and can they be mined sustainably?

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Genetics Provide Key to Fight Crown-of-Thorns Starfish

Scientists are one step closer to combatting coral-destroying crown-of-thorns starfish, following a University of Queensland study into the pest’s genetics.

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Young Whale’s Journey Highlights Threats Facing Ocean Animals

A young whale’s journey across the Mediterranean highlights the many threats facing ocean animals, researchers say.

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UC San Diego-Led Science Teams Selected as Finalists for NASA Science Missions to Understand Our Changing Climate

Two teams led by scientists from UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography are among four selected by NASA to put forward concept studies for future satellite missions to help better understand how our planet is responding to climate change.

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Meet the New Insect Killing Utah’s Fir Trees

A nonnative tree-killing insect is invading northern Utah, attacking subalpine fir and potentially triggering yet another die-off of the region’s long-stressed conifer forests.

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Understanding How Wildfires Change Soil Could Aid Recovery

Severe wildfires can drive chemical changes in soil that affect ecosystem recovery and risks to human health. 

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