Originally Published by NASA Earth Observatory
– Rivers transport nutrient-filled urban and agricultural runoff into this inland sea, promoting phytoplankton blooms.
Originally Published by EarthSky.org - The May 24-25 full moon moon is one day away from lunar perigee – the moon’s closest point to Earth for this month.
Originally Published by RealClimate
– The process of reviewing published science is constantly occurring and is now commonly being called post-publication peer review.
Originally Published by NASA Earth Observatory - Wave action and glacial dynamics split another chunk of ice off of the Antarctic Peninsula in March 2013.
Originally Published by BBC News
– An injured turtle found by a fisherman in Florida has been returned to the sea after being treated at a rescue centre.
Originally Published by The NY Times
– A researcher and his family watched as pairs of Irrawaddy dolphins breached and frolicked, their whimsical play in sharp contrast to the species’ grim reality.
Originally Published by IEEE Spectrum - What the little Danish island of Bornholm is showing the world about the future of energy.
– The No. 2 reactor at Tsuruga now faces indefinite stoppage or likely decommissioning unless its operator provides new data on the fault.