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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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Chemistry World
March 15, 2009
Lewis Brindley
Age of Photosynthesis Questioned Photosynthesis could have been flourishing on Earth nearly a billion years earlier than previously thought, according to a study by American geochemists. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 6, 2009
Rebecca Trager
Bush-era environmental regulations challenged After less than a month in charge, the Obama administration is distinguishing itself from the policies of Bush in many areas affecting public health and the environment. mark for My Articles 295 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2009
Emma Davies
Fruits of the forest Last summer a team of UK scientists dragged the contents of their lab out into the jungle, to analyse the local atmosphere. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Science News
March 14, 2009
Janet Ralof
March Of The Hungry Penguins Fourteen of the world's 18 penguin species are in dire straits. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Scientific American
March 2009
David Appell
Can "Assisted Migration" Save Species from Global Warming? As the world warms up, some species cannot move to cooler climes in time to survive. Camille Parmesan thinks humans should help even if it means creating invasive species mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
Scientific American
March 2009
Michael Tennesen
Invasive Earthworms Denude Forests in U.S. Great Lakes Region Worms, such as the night crawler, eat leaf litter which acts as a rooting medium for new growth mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 15, 2009
Karen Rowan
Predicting Earthquakes: Scientists Use Satellites and Drills to Follow a Force of Nature The awesome energy unleashed by earthquakes is something geologists still struggle to understand. To gather information on how the Earth moves, scientists use drills and GPS satellites. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
Science News
February 28, 2009
Sid Perkins
Book Review: Sand: The Never-Ending Story By Michael Welland Sand, despite what one character in the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind claims, is more than just tiny little rocks. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 4, 2009
Douglas Fox
Redoubt Volcano's Rumblings Threaten The World's Third Largest Air Cargo Hub Twenty years ago KLM flight 867 made an emergency landing after encountering Volcano Redoubt's ash. With recent rumblings from the ominous volcano, can vulcanologists prevent future Redoubt-caused flight interference? mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
Science News
February 14, 2009
Lonnie Thompson
Receding Glaciers Erase Records Of Climate History Ice masses on the tops of mountains -- sticking out in the free atmosphere -- have been collecting climate data and storing them, in many cases for very long periods. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
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