Better Protection is Needed for the Atlantic’s At-Risk Sea Life from Growing Shipping

Better Protection is Needed for the Atlantic’s At-Risk Sea Life from Growing Shipping

According to recent University of Portsmouth research, shipping in the North East Atlantic has dramatically increased. Scientists are now warning that additional monitoring in the…
The Continents were likely created by Massive Meteorite Impacts

The Continents were likely created by Massive Meteorite Impacts

New research has provided the most conclusive evidence yet that Earth’s continents were formed by massive meteorite impacts, which were especially common during the first…
Reduced Snowpack Will Have an Impact on Forest Growth in Drier Climates

Reduced Snowpack Will Have an Impact on Forest Growth in Drier Climates

According to a recent study, forest development in semi-arid regions may be significantly impacted by future declines in the seasonal snowpack as a result of…
In Ecologically Intact Areas, Native Desert Bighorn Sheep are Less Vulnerable to Climate Change

In Ecologically Intact Areas, Native Desert Bighorn Sheep are Less Vulnerable to Climate Change

According to a recent study performed by Oregon State University, natural desert bighorn sheep populations found in areas of the American Southwest with little human…
Researchers in the Mojave Desert are “Cautiously Optimistic” About the Recovery of Desert Bighorn Sheep

Researchers in the Mojave Desert are “Cautiously Optimistic” About the Recovery of Desert Bighorn Sheep

A recent study has discovered that desert bighorn sheep in the Mojave National Preserve in California and the surrounding areas appear to be more resistant…
Large Glassy Rock Patches in Chilean Desert Probably Made by Ancient Exploding Comet

Large Glassy Rock Patches in Chilean Desert Probably Made by Ancient Exploding Comet

A large portion of Chile’s the Atacama Desert was burnt approximately 12,000 years ago by an extreme heat source that transformed the sand into broad…
According to Research, the Pandemic Negatively Affects Already Stressed National Forest

According to Research, the Pandemic Negatively Affects Already Stressed National Forest

During the COVID-19 epidemic, many aspects of human life were changed in unexpected ways, including a huge increase in the number of persons looking for…
Scientists Uncover an Explosive Secret Hiding below Volcanoes that Appear Reliable

Scientists Uncover an Explosive Secret Hiding below Volcanoes that Appear Reliable

Working on isolated islands in the Galápagos Archipelago, an international team of volcanologists discovered that volcanoes that consistently produce small basaltic lava eruptions conceal a…
The 2018 Kilauea Volcanic Eruption was caused by Cascading Events, Offering Forecasting Insights

The 2018 Kilauea Volcanic Eruption was caused by Cascading Events, Offering Forecasting Insights

One of Hawaii’s most significant volcanic eruptions in the past 200 years was the Klauea Volcano eruption in 2018. According to a recent study by…
The Most Explosive Volcano in the World has a Lot of Water

The Most Explosive Volcano in the World has a Lot of Water

Other than a sizeable population of brown bears and the most explosive volcano in the world, Kamchatka is a sparsely populated peninsula in northeastern Russia,…
Combine Extreme Occurrences Pressure on the Ocean

Combine Extreme Occurrences Pressure on the Ocean

Extreme marine heatwaves and ocean acidification can have serious consequences for marine ecosystems. For the first time, researchers have determined the frequency and drivers of…
The Earth’s Crust Contains a Long-lost Source of Oxygen for Life

The Earth’s Crust Contains a Long-lost Source of Oxygen for Life

Scientists have demonstrated the importance of hot temperatures in maximizing hydrogen peroxide generation from rocks during geological fault movement, and they believe it may have…
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