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Walker Swamp: The mission to restore an Australian wetland

Walker Swamp: The mission to restore an Australian wetland

In the shadow of Australia’s Grampians National Park lies Walker Swamp, a once-thriving wetland that was artificially drained and farmed for over a century.

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Two Beaches: Haukland and Uttakleiv Leknes, Lofoten, Norway; by Norma J. Longo

Two Beaches: Haukland and Uttakleiv Leknes, Lofoten, Norway; by Norma J. Longo

The Lofoten Islands make up an archipelago in the Norwegian Sea off the northwestern coast of Norway at a latitude of 68.1° N.

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A sand shortage? The world is running out of a crucial — but under-appreciated — commodity

A sand shortage? The world is running out of a crucial — but under-appreciated — commodity

An insatiable global appetite for sand, one of the world’s most important but least appreciated commodities, is unlikely to let up anytime soon. The problem, however, is that this resource is slipping away.

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California’s Pacific Coast Highway is falling into the ocean. Is this the end of the road for one of America’s most scenic drives?

California’s Pacific Coast Highway is falling into the ocean. Is this the end of the road for one of America’s most scenic drives?

The PCH’s days are numbered, Griggs said. It’s “inevitable” one day the fixes and repairs won’t be enough or will be too costly to save the highway.

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Atlantic Ocean circulation at weakest in a millennium

Atlantic Ocean circulation at weakest in a millennium

The Atlantic Ocean circulation that underpins the Gulf Stream, the weather system that brings warm and mild weather to Europe, is at its weakest in more than a millennium, and climate breakdown is the probable cause…

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How whales help cool the Earth

How whales help cool the Earth

…restoring whale populations to their pre-whaling numbers could be an important tool in tackling climate change…

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Magnets, vacuums and tiny nets: the new fight against microplastics

Magnets, vacuums and tiny nets: the new fight against microplastics

Some are now innovating in microplastic extraction, providing the basis for a touch of cautious optimism. Here is a look at several examples of what is being done…

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Japan rocked by ‘aftershock’ from devastating 9.0-magnitude quake that hit in 2011

Japan rocked by ‘aftershock’ from devastating 9.0-magnitude quake that hit in 2011

A powerful earthquake that hit Japan on Saturday was an aftershock of the devastating 9.0 magnitude quake that struck the same area almost 10 years ago…

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Massive Coral Colony Found in American Samoa

Massive Coral Colony Found in American Samoa

Researchers with NOAA and several other agencies found the massive oval-shaped colony during a monitoring survey in the waters around Ta’u Island, known for large coral colonies.

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