Environment And Climate (Page 2/42)

Ancient “Snowball” Earth Melted Down Suddenly, New Study Revealed

The story begins more than half a billion years ago when our planet was an enormous “snowball” moving through space….

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Melting Greenland Glacier Began To Grow Again

A team of researchers is fascinated by an iceberg located in Greenland. The glacier, which appeared to melt at an…

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Climate Change: Ocean Heat Waves Phenomena Increased In Frequency

Climate change has a tendency to deal in averages. The progress is measured using the global mean temperature, and in…

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Atmospheric Methane Levels Are Surging, Concerning The Scientists

Mysteries are what scientists live for, but they are not as fun when the future of humanity is at stake….

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High CO2 Levels Are Negatively Influencing The Marine Layer Clouds

Somewhere in the future, our Earth’s marine layer clouds could disappear or at least become unstable if the atmospheric carbon…

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February Snow Moon – Moon Lovers Are in for a Treat

Moon lovers are in for a treat this February. It’s not as famous as the spectacular super blood moon that…

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Great Blue Hole Of Belize Revealed Some Of Its Secrets

The Great Blue Hole of Belize is the world’s most massive sinkhole, boasting 300 meters in diameter and about 125 meters deep….

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Researchers Identified BC Volcanoes They Didn’t Know About

While studying the environment and climate of southwest British Columbia, trying to estimate how these aspects were like millions of years…

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Climate Change Threatens “Island Love,” Moorea, ESA Revealed In New Images

ESA shared some images of the so-called “Island Love,” a heart-shaped patch of ground known as Moorea, located in French Polynesia…

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Insects Would Extinct Faster Than Other Living Creatures If We Don’t Change The Way We Produce Foods

A new study issued in the Biological Conversation journal concluded that insects would extinct if we don’t change the way…

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