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Federal biologists have embarked on a research expedition to examine the largest toxic algae bloom along the West Coast in more than a decade, an occurrence that has prompted the closure of some shellfish harvests in Washington, Oregon and California. The bloom involves...

source: The Associated Press via Statesman Journal

It's no secret that ocean acidification as a result of climate change is causing calcifiers like mollusks, starfish and corals to struggle. But now new research says that surface waters of the Chukchi and Beaufort seas, in particular, could reach levels of acidity that threaten...

source: Nature World News

Around half of all preclinical research in the United States is not reproducible. That failure comes with a hefty annual price tag: about $28.2 billion, concludes a review of data on irreproducibility published in the June 9 PLOS...

source: Science News

Utah's capital may be best known for the Church of The Latter Day Saints, but this one million-strong metropolis makes an equally suitable city break setting for would-be sinners in search of urban indulgence. From quirky shopping...

source: Savoir There

You might think you know what frogs sound like — until, that is, you hear the symphony of amphibians that fills the muggy night air at Nokuse Plantation, a nature preserve in the Florida Panhandle. There, about 100 miles east...

source: NPR

On July 1, for the first time in its 92-year history, Rancho Santa Fe in California will be subject to water rationing. So far, the community's 3,100 residents have not felt the wrath of the water police. Authorities have issued...

source: The Washington Post

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