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09-22-2021
Fall has officially arrived in the Northern Hemisphere
Today is the autumn equinox, which marks the astronomical start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere, and the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere.  The fall equinox is one of just two days each year when the number of daytime and nighttime hours are nearly equal all over the world. On this day, most of the Earth experiences about 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. "In the Northern hemisphere, the September equinox marks the start of a period bringing us later sunrises and...
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09-20-2021
Harvest moon marks the arrival of autumn
This year, the full moon marking the passage from summer...
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09-19-2021
This year's ozone hole is larger than Antarctica
According to European Union’s Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, the ozone...
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09-18-2021
Mount Shasta has lost its snow cover due extreme heat
Record high temperature and droughts in the American West have...
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09-17-2021
Alien life is more likely to exist in our galaxy than we thought
In a new study led by the University of Leeds,...
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09-17-2021
Blue foods are healthy and environmentally friendly
A collection of new studies published in the journal Nature...
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09-17-2021
Coral reefs have declined by half since the 1950s
An estimated six million people worldwide make use of coral...
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09-17-2021
Reforestation needed to save coral reefs from sediment run-off
A new study led by University of Queensland has found...
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09-17-2021
Climate change threatens the base of polar food webs
Microscopic, photosynthetic algae (phytoplankton) form the base of polar ocean...
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09-16-2021
Healthier diets are not attainable for everyone
In a new report from Cardiff University, experts say that...
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09-16-2021
Secrets of hot spot volcanoes revealed
New research has yielded results that could potentially lead to...
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09-15-2021
Young people are increasingly anxious over climate change
A new global survey led by the University of Bath...
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09-15-2021
Outdoor recreation patterns expected to shift in a warming climate
Outdoor recreation patterns will shift alongside climate change in the...
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