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Nitrogen dioxide levels are down overall but hotspots remain

Originally Published by environmentalresearchweb: all content

Levels of a key air pollutant have changed “quite dramatically” over the past decade, according to scientists who tracked data from NASA’s Aura satellite.

Environment group warns against reducing manatees’ endangered status

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

US government move to downgrade the conservation status of manatees and green sea turtles is premature, group says, despite signs species are recovering

A US government move to downgrade the conservation status of manatees and green sea turtles is premature, an environment group has warned, despite encouraging signs that both species are recovering.

Tree rings reveal growing synchrony

Originally Published by environmentalresearchweb: all content

Data from forests in Spain and Siberia provide non-visible early warning signal of climate damage.
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Four new elements added to periodic table

Originally Published by EarthSky

In an event likely never to be repeated, four new superheavy elements were last week simultaneously added to the periodic table. To add four in one go is quite an achievement but the race to find more is ongoing.

Guinea pigs beat climate change by tweaking their own DNA

Originally Published by New Scientist – Earth

For the first time, mammals have been seen making epigenetic changes to adapt to higher temperatures, and passing improvements on to offspring
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New glimpse of geology under Antarctica’s ice

Originally Published by EarthSky

A single gas well leak is California’s biggest contributor to climate change

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

Rupture of Aliso Canyon well has released more than 77,000 metric tons of methane and refocused attention on America’s accident-prone infrastructure.
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