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Underwater Cameras Reveal Biodiversity Hotspot in Tropical Marine Park

Researchers from The University of Western Australia have found an area of tropical ocean protected under law is a hotspot for iconic marine life but does not provide enough defence from human activities.

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Impact of Shale Gas “Ignored” in England, New Study Finds

The UK Government and its advisory groups “marginalised or ignored” the environmental and public health ramifications of permitting shale gas extraction in England, according to new research.

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Greenhouse Gases in Glasgow’s Air to Be Monitored in Real-Time

A network of sensors installed across Glasgow schools will monitor levels of the greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon dioxide (CO2) in the city’s air, which contributes to climate change.

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Indices of Health Under Our Feet

Wasterwater gathered at treatment plants contains a wealth of information relevant to human and environmental health.

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As Wildfires Flare Up Across West, New Research Highlights Risk of Long-Term Ecological Change

Following high-severity fire, scientists have found forest recovery may increasingly be compromised by lack of tree seed sources, warmer and drier post-fire climate and more frequent reburning.

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New Winter Squash Decline Research Paves the Way for Understanding the Disease

Winter squash is an important crop grown in the Willamette Valley, and the most important processing cultivar, Golden Delicious, has been grown in Oregon since the 1970s.

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Ohio University Professor Publishes Paper on Record Warming of the South Pole

The South Pole has been warming at more than three times the global average over the past 30 years.

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NAU Paleoclimatologists Author Major New Study Showing Global Warming Has Upended 6,500 Years of Cooling

In the past 150 years, global warming has more than undone the global cooling that occurred over the past six millennia.

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Tropical, Temperate Reefs React Differently to Fishing Pressures

An international team of researchers focused on what can happen to ocean ecosystems when fishing pressure increases or decreases, and how this differs between tropical to temperate marine ecosystems.

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Researchers Uncover New Environmentally-Friendly Approach to Water Treatment

Researchers from Swansea University have developed a new environmentally friendly method for removing toxic chemicals from water.

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