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Tracking La Soufrière’s Plume

Explosive eruptions from the Caribbean volcano have flung ash and sulfate particles to the stratosphere.

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Alpine Plants Are Losing Their White “Protective Coat”

There is a clear trend towards earlier snowmelt at elevations between 1,000 and 2,500 meters.

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Taking Action to Achieve Net Zero in the Agriculture Sector

Farmers need to be prepared to take action now in order to achieve Net Zero in the agriculture sector by 2050, according to UCL researchers.

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UF Researchers Surprised to Find Microplastics in Florida Keys Lagoons

The sudden, highly abundant presence of microplastics in the samples that came as a surprise.

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L.A.’s Legacy of Oil Drilling Impacts Lung Function in Residents Living Near Active and Inactive Wells

The physical harm of living near a drilling site can rival that of secondhand smoke or living next to a freeway.

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Quality and Quantity of Enrichments Influence Well-Being of Aquaculture Fishes

Collaborative research of the University of Jyväskylä and Natural Research Institute Finland (Luke) presents new evidence of the effects of enriched rearing on well-being of aquaculture fishes.

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Sunlight to Solve the World’s Clean Water Crisis

Researchers at UniSA have developed a cost-effective technique that could deliver safe drinking water to millions of vulnerable people using cheap, sustainable materials and sunlight.

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A New Look at Evolution in the Oceans

The primeval ocean, full of nothing at first, evolved over time to the state that we have today. How did that development take place?

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AI Pinpoints Local Pollution Hotspots Using Satellite Images

Researchers at Duke University have developed a method that uses machine learning, satellite imagery and weather data to autonomously find hotspots of heavy air pollution, city block by city block.

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Modelling Ancient Antarctic Ice Sheets Helps Us See Future of Global Warming

Last month saw the average concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) climb to almost 418 parts-per-million, a level not seen on Earth for millions of years. In order to get a sense of what our future may hold, scientists have been looking to the deep past.

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