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What is the chemical composition of the Earth’s interior? Because it is impossible to drill more than about ten kilometres deep into the Earth, volcanic rocks formed by melting Earth’s deep interior often provide such information. Geochemists at the Universities...

source: University of Münster

A key question for climate scientists in recent years has been whether the Atlantic Ocean’s main circulation system is slowing down, a development that could have dramatic consequences for Europe and other parts of the Atlantic...

source: YaleNews

When a powerful earthquake struck Sulawesi, Indonesia last year, something terrifying happened near the coastal city of Palu: an entire chunk of the ground turned to liquid, swallowing roads, cars, and hundreds to thousands of...

source: VICE

From the rock face towering over Pass Lake, 50 kilometres outside Thunder Bay, a sharp-eyed climber can catch a glimpse of a very different kind of world: a sprawling 69-hectare property home to a beef herd of short-horned cattle, some oxen and chickens, and rotating crops...

source: TVO

The 466,000-square-kilometre Muskoka watershed offers spectacular boating of every type — except when it is flooding. Spring snowmelts and heavy rains have resulted in disastrous floods in recent years. From conversations with locals,...

source: MuskokaRegion.com

The Toronto Zoo is committed to improving environmental sustainability, reducing our carbon footprint, and investigating conservation efforts in new and innovative ways. This year, we have installed floating wetlands on one of our ponds behind the Snow Leopard Habitat. Run-off...

source: Toronto.com


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