Unprecedented Bleaching Leaves the Great Barrier Reef Terminal

April 28, 2017 by  
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In 2016, the Great Barrier Reef saw the worst bleaching event on record — two-thirds (67 percent) of corals in the northern sector of the reef died after being exposed to unusually warm currents. While experts warned that these bleaching events…

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How to design the perfect vegetable garden for any space

April 12, 2016 by  
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With winter just a memory in the northern hemisphere, and spring in full swing, it’s time to think about your summer vegetable garden . Whether you’re planting your first-ever vegetable garden or you’re an old hand looking for some new design ideas to spruce up your landscape, you don’t have to be stuck with a basic rectangle of dirt in your yard. These design ideas will give you inspiration and help you create the perfect garden for any space – even if you don’t have a yard. Read the rest of How to design the perfect vegetable garden for any space

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Mexican Gray Wolves To Be Reintroduced Into The Wild In Mexico

September 21, 2011 by  
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Photo by contemplicity via Flickr CC While grey wolf populations in the northern US still face persecution — from delisting from the Endangered Species List that is leading to court battles to a cull that could wipe out

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Nuclear Threat Worsens as Japan Response to Earthquake and Tsunami Damage Continues

March 13, 2011 by  
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Image: Details from Kent Ng ‘s Tribute “Stay Strong Japan!” One Japanese expat blogger reports that life is beginning to return to normal away from the devastated northern coast, with the Shinkansen train running again between Kyoto and Tokyo. But as rescuers continue seeking tens of thousands of missing people and delivering aid to stranded victims, news in the northern prefecture (state) of Fukushima worsens

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Millions of Dead Fish Poison Bolivian Drinking Water

August 30, 2010 by  
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Image credit: psyberartist /Flickr In the northern hemisphere, the winter of 2010 was notable for its unpredictability and extreme conditions. From East Coast blizzards to a devastating cold snap in Florida , cities struggled to to keep pace and entire ecosystems hovered on the brink of collapse. Now, as winter wears on in the Southern Hemisphere, Bolivia is reeling from uncharacteristically cold weat…

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DDT Concentrations May Be Increasing in Northern Oceans

January 11, 2010 by  
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