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Data from the past forty years clearly shows that the Sun peaked in intensity in the mid-1980s and has been declining in solar activity ever…
Swiss organization New Open World Corporation organized a competition starting in 2001 to select the New Seven Wonders of the World. From a list of…
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The University of Arizona has agreed to lease the artificially closed ecological system called Biosphere 2 for research on earth science and global environmental change.…
U.S. oceanographers have discovered marine ecosystems on drifting icebergs that absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air, a gas that contributes to global warming.
Tuesday, 19 June 2007 03:04

Amazon may now beat Nile as longest river

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Brazilian researchers are stating they have found a new beginning point for the Amazon River in Peru, which places it about 105 kilometers (65 miles)…
Based on a new National Audubon Society study, twenty of the most common North American birds, such as the field sparrow, snow bunting, meadowlark, Northern…
The COSMO-SkyMed 1 satellite, launched Thursday, June 8, 2007, is the first of four Earth observation satellites that will take images of the Earth for…
The Ocean Conservancy released its 2006 findings on 3.5 million kilograms (7.7 million pounds) of debris pickup up by volunteers along 55,500 kilometers (34,500 miles)…
The Federal U.S. ‘Clean Water Act’ looks like it will remove protection for streams and small bodies of water, protecting only lakes and rivers large…

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