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Ozone Layer Destroyed by Ancient Volcanic Eruption

A catastrophic drop in atmospheric ozone layer levels around the tropics is likely to have contributed to a bottleneck in the human population around...

Researchers Find Greenland Glacial Meltwaters Rich in Mercury

New research shows that concentrations of the toxic element mercury in rivers and fjords connected to the Greenland Ice Sheet are comparable to rivers...

Seafloor Megablocks Reveal Half of Anak Krakatau Collapsed into the Sea, Causing the 2018 Sunda Strait Tsunami, Indonesia

Dr. James Hunt from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC), in partnership with Professor Dave Tappin from the British Geological Survey, has produced the first...

Scientists Sound Alarm About Unprecedented Mercury Accumulation in Pacific Ocean Trenches

A multinational team of scientists has discovered mercury accumulation in the deepest trenches of the Pacific Ocean that exceeds any value ever recorded in...

Trace Radiation From Cold War Nuclear Testing Found in US Honey

In a recent finding that has made researchers concerned, trace radiation caused by the Cold War nuclear tests has been found in U.S. honey...

Your 1-Stop Guide to Setting Up a Mandala Garden

Gardening is a nice hobby and it is something that can benefit the environment. When setting up a garden, esthetics are also important. If...

Re-connecting With Nature Post Pandemic

People were detached from nature during the pandemic which made them feel isolated, unhappy, and stressed out. Still, there are many ways to rekindle...

Impact of 70 Years of Pesticide Use on European Soils Revealed

Pesticide use in European agriculture has been the norm for more than 70 years, so the control and analysis of their presence, levels, and...

Continental Crust Emerged 500 Million Years Earlier Than Previously Thought

The first emergence and persistence of the continental crust on Earth during the Archaean Eon (4 billion to 2.5 billion years ago) have important...

Deadly Arsenic More Common in Wells Near Fractured Bedrock

Wells located near ancient folds and fractures in the bedrock beneath southeastern Wisconsin are more likely to contain arsenic, a dangerous contaminant in drinking...
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