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Stirling Research Evaluates Effectiveness of Conservation Efforts

New research from the University of Stirling into the effectiveness of international conservation projects could help to save endangered species from extinction.

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Ban Short-Haul Flights, Eat Less Meat: Europeans Back Climate Over Convenience in Oxford Survey

Eupinions carried out the survey in September for the Europe's Stories project at St Antony's College, covering all 27 EU member states and the UK.

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Growing Interest in Moon Resources Could Cause Tension, Scientists Find

An international team of scientists led by the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, has identified a problem with the growing interest in extractable resources on the moon: there aren’t enough of them to go around.

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Scientists Organize to Tackle Crisis of Coral Bleaching

An international consortium of scientists has created the first-ever common framework for increasing comparability of research findings on coral bleaching.

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Shocks to Seafood

The United States’ seafood industry declined precipitously in the months following the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, and research shows that targeted federal assistance will be necessary to bring it back.

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Study: COVID-19 Infection Combined With Blood Clots Worsen Patient Outcomes

While respiratory issues continue to be the most common symptom of a COVID-19 infection, new research indicates the disease could also be associated with hypercoagulability, or increased tendency of the blood to clot. 

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Shift in Atmospheric Rivers Could Affect Antarctic Sea Ice, Glaciers

Weather systems responsible for transporting moisture from the tropics to temperate regions in the Southern Hemisphere have been gradually shifting toward the South Pole for the past 40 years, a trend which could lead to increased rates of ice melt in Antarctica, according to new research.

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Reservoir in the Harz Region at Risk of Reaching Italian Water Temperatures

The Rappbode Reservoir in the Harz region is Germany’s largest drinking water reservoir, supplying around one million people with drinking water in areas including the Halle region and the southern part of the state of Saxony-Anhalt. 

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Tremendous Tides in Broad Sound

Tidal swings here are greater than at any other place on the east coast of Australia.

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Noise and Light Pollution From Humans Alter Bird Reproduction

Human-produced noise and light pollution are troublesome to our avian neighbors, according to new research from a team at California Polytechnic State University, published November 11 in Nature.

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