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Structures stir the ocean like a fine cocktail
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Low oxygen levels may have crowded animals and caused mass extinctions
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Findings challenge theories about climate change
New models suggest Earth will continue to warm, regardless of human intervention
Some mountain ranges owe their height to very cold climates
Global warming transforms remote Arctic ecosystems
Crystals destroy stone by generating huge pressure from within
Climate models solidify human impact on ocean warming
Tsunami shifts the position of Indian island chain
Scorching future for Earth may be a real possibility
Report urges unified action to tackle global warming
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Early in April, Europe will launch the first satellite in its Copernicus program: a fleet of a dozen environmental monitoring spacecraft designed to study Earth's oceans, changes in land use, and atmosphere.
Oceanographers have released a digital atlas containing remarkably detailed maps of ocean chemistry.
Lawsuit claims that research leader retaliated against the victim after misconduct was discovered.
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Laying off staff scientists, the World Wildlife Fund moves away from centralized research to rely more on outsourced expertise.
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