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Vast magma reservoir found hiding beneath Yellowstone park

Originally Published by New Scientist

A massive chamber holding enough magma to fill the Grand Canyon more than 11 times over is hiding beneath the steaming volcanic system of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

Pacific Walrus and Coastal Alaska Native Subsistence Hunting: Considering Vulnerabilities from Ocean Acidification

By Katya Wassillie
Eskimo Walrus Commission

Melissa Poe
University of Washington

An Ocean Way of Life

Dot Earth Blog: An Extraordinary Time-Lapse View of the Eruption of Chile’s Calbuco Volcano

Originally Published by NYT > Environment

A potent volcanic eruption in Chile lights up the sky and the Web.

This Year, Earth Day Is All About the Oceans

Originally Published by Take Part

Earth Day: what does a world responding to climate change look like?

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

To celebrate Earth Day, we would like you to get creative and share your posters, paintings and photos that show a world addressing climate change Continue reading…

Using Poetry to Promote Science

April 22 is internationally recognized as Earth Day, and the theme for Earth Day 2015 is “It’s Our Turn to Lead.” With April also being National Poetry Mon

National Congress of Americans Indians and Google Partner to Map Tribal Lands

 Google

Google Maps now includes tribal lands on all basemaps.

Winter Blooms in the Arabian Sea

Originally Published by NASA Earth Observatory

Waters of the Arabian Sea are witnessing a sea change in the composition of its tiny inhabitants.

Warm Water and Strange Weather May Be Connected

Originally Published by NASA Earth Observatory

Temperature anomalies in the eastern Pacific Ocean are both influencing and being influenced by unusual weather patterns. The effects are rippling through the marine environment.

BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill five years on – in pictures

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

The massive 2010 oil spill continues to affect the gulf coast of Louisiana, where the health and livelihood of small fishers and oystermen have wanedLouisiana five years after BP spill: ‘It’s not going back to normal no time soon’ Continue reading…
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