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01-26-2023
Humans have caused toxic algae blooms since the Bronze Age
Recently, there has been an increasing number of reports of toxic algae – also known as blue-green algae or cyanobacteria – in many lakes around the world, mainly due to global warming and rises in nutrient inputs. By examining DNA from sediments of a lake in Germany, a team of scientists from the GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences has discovered that humans have not only had an influence on the development of blue-green algae since modern times, but already since the Bronze Age (approximately 2,000 years...
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11-24-2016
5 Earth stories we were grateful for in 2016
As Americans celebrate Thanksgiving this year, it’s time to put...
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11-23-2016
Researchers on verge of solving how plants make oxygen
Scientists can now get a very close look at how...
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11-10-2016
Brazilian free-tailed bat flies at breakneck speeds
The Brazilian free-tailed bat is the fastest flyer of all...
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11-08-2016
Human population has exploded since 1 A.D., animation reveals
During the past 200 years, the human population exploded – a...
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11-07-2016
Fossil evolution study sheds new light on life's transition from water to land
Fossil evolution study evidence suggests that organisms may have populated...
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11-02-2016
Oklahoma 4.5 magnitude earthquake due to oil wastewater
Oklahoma 4.5 magnitude earthquake was reported today. A series of...
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10-31-2016
UNICEF air pollution report: 2 billion children affected
A new UNICEF air pollution report claims almost 2 billion...
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10-31-2016
NASA pumpkin carving contest puts us all to shame
NASA pumpkin carving contest shows that NASA engineers are good...
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10-29-2016
Earth news review
Earth news review: Earth-related stories from other parts of the...
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10-28-2016
Hurricane Seymour fading fast
Hurricane Seymour fading fast as a new image is caught....
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10-27-2016
Climate change may be responsible for extreme cold winters
Extreme cold winters may be caused by climate change. Scientists...
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10-27-2016
First look at damage caused by central Italy earthquake
  First look at damage caused by central Italy earthquake....
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