The cores show life present at 2,600 feet below the Indian Ocean seafloor. The discovery could lead to similar finds around the world.
Winds and currents stirred up the thin sea ice, forming delicate patterns around Anticosti Island in Quebec, Canada.
Ever since the industrial revolution, nitrogen fixation induced by human activities has considerably altered the nitrogen cycling process on the Earth.
Researchers found that PM2.5 showed different pollution characteristics and mechanisms under the artificial control and synoptic situations.
The orchid mantis, Hymenopus coronatus, which inhabits Southeast Asia, possesses a unique flower-like characteristics, which allows the predator to ambush floral visitors as prey.
Ancient rocks from Greenland have shown that the elements necessary for the evolution of life did not come to Earth until very late in the planet’s formation – much later than previously thought.
A study led by the University is published in Nature Communications and funded by the Natural Environment Research Council.
Professor Kenneth Leung and his research team have been monitoring organotin pollution in the marine environment of Hong Kong since 2004.
It’s not spring on Cape Cod until the herring are running.
A LEGO brick could survive in the ocean for as many as 1,300 years, according to new research.
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