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Wave, Tides, Currents: An Important Distinction
Earth’s waters are constantly moving. They change form in the...
How Does Desalination Work?
Earth is a watery planet. Roughly 71% of the surface...
What Is Plant Blindness? How Is it Related to Climate Change?
What would you say this is a picture of?...
Climate Change in the 21st Century
Climate change is going to be the largest story of...
Holocene vs Anthropocene Debate
The earth is very very old. About 4.5 billion years...
How To Plan For Climate Change Hurricanes
Climate change is real. For so long it was a...
7 Climate Change Facts You Might Not Know
Though it's often associated with images of melting ice caps,...
Are Bees Endangered?
You may think of bees as annoying, stinging pests or...
What is Haze?
Haze is an atmospheric phenomenon where dust, smoke, and dry...
What is Arctic Haze?
Arctic haze is a phenomenon that occurs in the atmosphere...
Human impact on Earth's freshwater resources revealed
The Vatnajökull ice cap in southeast Iceland
The Galápagos Islands in the eastern Pacific
Satellites help keep people safe from algae blooms
The Amazon River in South America
Valentine Island in western Australia
Pumice solved the mysterious deaths of seabirds
Pelicans use wind from ocean waves to save energy
The northern European region of Lapland
Rice roots use a spiraling strategy to become established
Astronauts share stunning views of the northern lights
How land subsidence contributes to sea level rise
Forests are becoming younger and smaller
The Egyptian resort town of Sharm El Sheikh
Jaguars will soon be severely threatened
NASA skywatching tips for March 2021
Vancouver, British Columbia
Saki monkeys benefit from screen time
The world's largest river delta
Indian Ocean tsunami reshaped the coast of Sumatra
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