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The Christmas Bird Count is a citizen science project where people head outdoors to count the types and numbers of birds that they see. Scientists use the data from the bird count to assess the health of bird populations. The data are also used to help develop conservation...

source: EarthSky

A new study on tropical shallow-water soft corals, known as gorgonians, found that the species were able to calcify and grow under elevated carbon dioxide concentrations. These results suggest that Caribbean gorgonian corals...

source: Phys.org

On a recent overcast fall morning, Keith Underwood gave National Geographic a tour of what is once again a picturesque stream in the nation's capital. Trees muffled the sound of traffic on 36th Street and Linnean Avenue in Washington...

source: National Geographic

The build-up of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere may worsen western droughts in the future, but it is not the principal driver of historic drought afflicting the entire state of California right now, says a major NOAA report. "Natural...

source: The Washington Post

The plenitude of environmental changes currently underway is leading scientists to devise new catchwords for communicating novel, unexpected findings. Think of plastiglomerates, a new type of stone made up of melted plastic and...

source: IEAM Blog

In a place known more for proximity to powdery ski slopes than perfect espresso pulls, it's easy to assume Salt Lake City couldn't breed advanced coffee geek culture. Yet the high-desert city has become the kind of town where some cafes sell 12 ounces of roasted coffee beans...

source: The New York Times

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