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Noses Baffled Ocean Acidification Paperblog Pick in Environment

Noses Baffled by Ocean Acidification

Clown fish couple (Amphiprion percula) among the tentacles of anemone Heteractis magnifica in Kimbe Bay (Papua New Guinea) – courtesy of Mark McCormick. Read more

Climate Change Pushing Floods, Cyclones Extremes, with Worse Come Paperblog Pick in Environment

Climate Change Pushing Floods, Cyclones to New Extremes, with Worse to Come

GR: We know that global warming increases the chances for severe storms. This article provides explanations and some details on what to expect. Read more

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