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Years Later, Restored Wetlands Remain a Shadow of Their Old Selves

A study of restored wetlands on the Danish island of Funen reveals that plant species richness remains extremely poor many years after wetlands restoration.

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NASA Satellite Data Used to Assess Tornado Damage, Understand Storms

NASA researchers also are using satellite data to map damage in the affected areas.

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The December 2021 Tornado Outbreak, Explained

The tornadoes that ripped across the central and southern U.S. late in the evening of December 10, 2021, were notable in many ways.

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Enlarging The Global Rice Supply

Researchers are looking for strategies to improve rice cropping systems in order to feed a growing global population.

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Mitigating Environmental Impact of Herbicides

The review analyzed the extent to which herbicide use is tied to genetically modified crop introduction

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Perovskite Solar Cell With Ultra-Long Stability

Perovskites are the great hope for further increasing the efficiency of solar modules in the future. 

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After Thousands of Years, an Iconic Whale Confronts a New Enemy

The iconic tusked whale of the Arctic has a new enemy – noise. 

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Fire and Ice: The Puzzling Link Between Western Wildfires and Arctic Sea Ice

“Some say the world will end in fire,” wrote Robert Frost a century ago. 

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