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Contaminants which run off from farms and cities, produce dead-zones downstream, where few things can live. It's feared this year's dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico will be the biggest yet. Image by NOAA.
Tuesday, 2 October 2018
Thawing permafrost may release more CO2 than previously thought, study suggests
folio New research from University of Alberta ecologists show "mineral weathering" can be a significant contributor to Arctic climate change. More here.
Melting permafrost in Alaska. Photo by the US Geological Survey.