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10-26-2021
Mountain snowpacks could disappear in the western U.S.
A new study published in the journal Nature Reviews: Earth and Environment found that, due to climate change, low-to-no-snow winters may become a regular occurrence in the western United States in 35 to 60 years from now. This dwindling snowpack will have highly negative impacts on water resources, disrupting the country’s economy and agriculture. [sendtonews key="fnjTFgbUkd-1580626-12187" type="single"] Due to global warming, mountain snowpacks are on the decline, and could soon shrink dramatically or even disappear. In the western U.S., mountain ranges such as the Sierra Nevada, the...
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10-26-2021
The coast of France may be a death trap for sea turtles
The known boundaries of sea turtle foraging areas have been...
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10-25-2021
Air pollution may lower sperm count through brain inflammation
About 92 percent of the world’s population lives in areas...
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10-25-2021
Methane emissions are higher than previously estimated
 A new study from the Harvard John A. Paulson School...
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10-25-2021
Black spruce trees are endangered by Arctic wildfires
A new study has revealed that black spruce trees, a...
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10-25-2021
Rapid Arctic warming sets the stage for dangerous algae blooms
Toxic algal blooms are on the rise, even in the...
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10-25-2021
Northern lakes are warming at an alarming rate
Records have been kept for many decades of the time...
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10-25-2021
Primates have musical rhythm similar to humans
Although songbirds share the human sense of rhythm, such musical...
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10-25-2021
Enormous loss of crop diversity found in recent decades
Despite the fact that scientists have been aware of a...
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10-24-2021
Microplastics discovered in the blood of livestock
A new study led by the Free University of Amsterdam...
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10-24-2021
Global warming is a public health crisis
According to this year’s Lancet Countdown on health and climate...
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10-23-2021
Droughts can protect vineyards from deadly disease
Over the past twenty years, many vineyards across the world...
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10-23-2021
Climate change damages the base of the marine food web
A new study led by Dartmouth College and the Swedish...
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