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Rising Carbon Dioxide Levels Won’t Help Trees Grow More, New Research Revealed

A group of scientists researched the ancient cedar trees in Quebec to estimate the impact of the rising carbon dioxide…

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Artificial Intelligence Found A Missing Link, An Ancient Human Ancestor

Humans know a lot of their ancestors, Human Erectus, Human Sapiens, and so on. Now, while scientists are looking for…

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Giant Cavity Beneath Antarctica Is Accelerating The Antarctic Glacier Melt

Any glacier melt is another sign of global warming. Now, thanks to NASA’s Operation IceBridge, we learned that a large cavity has…

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Glacial Melt Revealed the Never-Before-Seen Land In the Canadian Arctic

A new study issued in the Nature Communication journal revealed that a never-before-seen land in the Canadian Arctic emerged from…

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More Extreme Hurricanes To Impact the East Coast Due To Fast Greenland Ice Meltdown

Greenland is now facing a faster ice meltdown than ever in an unexpected region. According to a new study issued yesterday,…

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Climate Change Could Be Curbed By Immediate Fossil Fuel Phaseout

As researchers reported in a new study, drastic methods might help us limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. According…

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Two New Species of Fungi, Found in Retreating Arctic Glacier

In the Canadian Arctic, just west of Greenland, in a rapidly melting glacier on Ellesmere Island, scientists found two new…

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Global Warming: Antarctica Ice Loss Has Accelerated By Six Times Since The 1970s

Due to global warming, which speeded up itself in the past few decades, Antartica ice loss has accelerated by six…

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Humpback Whales Reach The Mediterranean Sea In Search For Food

The existence of humpback whales in the Mediterranean Sea has been dubbed unusual, and the sea creatures visits in the…

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River Erosion Causes Increasingly More Earthquakes To Occur In The “Wrong” Places

Lately, more and more earthquakes happen in the “wrong” places, hitting regions of the Earth where seisms should not take…

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