Friday, June 2, 2023


The ground beneath thwaites glacier has been mapped for the first time

Geology below thwaites glacier shows less sedimentary rock.

Antarctic ice sheet rocks reveal surprising past

This unexpected find shows that glaciers in the region were able to regrow following earlier shrinkage.

Plants remove cancer-causing toxins from the air

Indoor plants and green walls help purify air quickly and sustainably.

Human migration is most likely influenced by rising temperatures

Rising temperatures due to climate change are likely influencing human migration patterns, according to a new study by Rita Issa of University College London...

Global lake water storage declines significantly

Climate change, human consumption and sedimentation led to decline.

The glacial cycle was driven primarily by astronomical forces in quite a different way than modern age

The glacial cycle was driven by astronomical forces in the past.

Plastic-eating fungi thriving in plastisphere offer exciting possibilities for tackling global waste

Unique ecological niche identified for the first time dubbed ‘terrestrial plastisphere’.

Sea Star Study provides an essential toolkit for organ development

Tube formation is important for understanding genetics and mechanics.

Communities of color are vulnerable to the effects of rising seas

Rising seas threaten to flood hundreds of toxic sites.

Cigarette butts leak deadly toxins into the environment

On the beach or cityscape, cigarette butts can be seen everywhere. An estimated 4.5 trillion filter-only cigarettes are smoked and butted annually. More than...

“Golden” fossils reveal origins of exceptional preservation

All that glitters is not gold, even in the case of fossils.

The science behind the earth’s salt flats’ life and times

Research identifies hydrologic processes of green revolution ecosystems.

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