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A new study has pulled together research into the most diverse place on earth to demonstrate how the organisms below-ground could hold the key to understanding how the worlds ecosystems function and how they are responding .

Chinese researchers say they've found evidence that a flood submerged a vast swath of the country almost 4,000 years ago, possibly offering evidence that China's legendary first dynasty did in fact exist.

Chinese researchers say they've found evidence that a flood submerged a vast swath of the country almost years ago, possibly offering evidence that China's legendary first dynasty did in fact exist.

A new biodegradable film made of milk protein has the potential to keep food…

Milk casein adapted to create a biodegradable food wrap

A new biodegradable film made of milk protein has the potential to keep food fresher and replace plastic wraps, according to researchers from the U. Department of Agriculture.

Human dynamics of climate change. "The 'Human dynamics of climate change' map aims to illustrate some of the impacts of climate and population change in the context of a globalised world. You can download the map and the supplementary information" http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate-guide/climate-change/impacts/human-dynamics  on @metoffice map of  #climate and #human population

Human dynamics of climate change

Chinese Scientists Develop Saltwater Rice That Could Feed Over 200 Million People

Chinese Scientists Develop Saltwater Rice That Could Feed Over 200 Million People

Greg Dunn and Dr. Brian Edwards created a stunning scientific art series "Self Reflect" which pioneered microetching of the brain.

2016-11-11 CLIMATE CHANGE IS AFFECTING ALL LIFE ON EARTH – AND THAT’S NOT GOOD NEWS FOR HUMANITY. Study shows the footprint of climate change is already vast and that species are trying to adapt to rising temperatures.

Study shows the footprint of climate change is already vast and that species are trying to adapt to rising temperatures.

Deep-sea biodiversity impacted by climate change's triple threat | Geology Page

Deep-sea biodiversity impacted by climate change's triple threat Researchers find a key effect of oxygen loss and that climate change impacts vary by region

World's large river deltas continue to degrade from human activity

From the Yellow River in China to the Mississippi River in Louisiana, researchers are racing to better understand and mitigate the degradation of some of the world's most important river deltas, according to a University .

Canary for climate change | #GeologyPage

Canary for climate change: How past extinctions have influenced modern distribution, population size of existing species

Sea Turtle Deaths Caused By Shrimping Industry Prompts Lawsuit

U.S. Sued Over Thousands Of Sea Turtles Deaths From Shrimping

Paleontologists have unearthed a fossilized turtle in southern New Mexico, near the town of Truth or Consequences.

Rapid formation of bubbles in magma may trigger sudden volcanic eruptions

It has long been observed that some volcanoes erupt with little prior warning. Now, scientists have come up with an explanation behind these sudden eruption

For tens of thousands of years, the warm, sticky natural asphalt that occasionally bubbled to the Earth’s surface in the area now called Los Angeles was a death sentence for some ice age animals. Woolly mammoths, camels, rabbits, horses, bison, sloths, rodents, snails, turtles, birds and saber-toothed cats perished after becoming mired in the liquid …

Researcher examines plants encased in tar pits to reconstruct ice age ecosystem

Shape-shifting materials could be crucial in tight spaces  such as inside our bodies

Shape-shifting materials could be crucial in tight spaces such as inside our bodies

The drinking water resources on the eastern, Jordanian side of the Dead Sea could decline more severely as a result of climate change than those on the western, Israeli and Palestinian side. -"If the situation worsens, it could therefore have serious social, economic and ecological consequences for the region."

New water balance calculation for Dead Sea-The drinking water resources on the eastern, Jordanian side of the Dead Sea could decline more severely as a result of climate change than those on the western, Israeli and Palestinian side.

3.7 billion year old rock

Rocks in Greenland contain structures that could have been laid down by living organisms billion years ago.

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