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California has been significantly impacted by wildfires over the past few years, with up to 70% of the state covered in smoke during certain periods. A recent study conducted by the University of California, Davis, shed light on the effects of wildfire smoke on California’s lakes. The study utilized a combination of lake-based sensors and
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In a recent study led by the University of East Anglia (UEA), researchers have highlighted the importance of recognizing and respecting the various ways in which nature is valued. The research emphasizes that different perspectives on nature’s value can significantly impact environmental decision-making processes. While international agreements like the Sustainable Development Goals aim for a
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A recent study conducted by Earth scientist Niels de Winter has shed light on the impact of climate change on seasonal temperatures. Through analyzing fossil shells from mollusks that lived during the Pliocene era, approximately three million years ago, de Winter and his colleagues were able to uncover valuable data about how summers and winters
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In a world where global temperatures are reaching alarming levels, the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions has become more critical than ever. Methane, in particular, has been identified as a major contributor to climate change due to its potent global warming potential. Traditional methods of monitoring methane emissions have been limited in their effectiveness,
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Greenland, a massive island located in the Arctic, is experiencing significant ice melt due to rising global temperatures. This ice melt has serious implications for sea levels and climate change. Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have developed a new method to track ice melt in Greenland on a daily basis, providing valuable
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