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One of the Earth's deadliest threats may be more common than we thought
Trees unable to get foothold in rapidly fluctuating climate
Billion-year-old pockets of water, discovered deep underground
New tool for greener lifestyles
17 May 2013
It turns out that one of the deadliest hazards the Earth can throw at us may happen more often than we thought. New work in Yellowstone could radically change our understanding of these events, with implications not just for those living nearby but also for global climate.
How to protect the unique wildlife of the Galapagos from invaders.
10 May 2013
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Trees unable to get foothold in rapidly fluctuating climate.
Billion-year-old pockets of water, discovered deep underground.
15 May 2013
The latest UK wind map may reveal if your home is suitable.
14 May 2013
Ice cores drilled from Antarctica reveal dangerous melting.
30 April 2013