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After analyzing decades of data on groundwater and precipitation, scientists at University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources have linked precipitation trends to groundwater levels in monitoring...

source: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Deep below the Earth’s surface lies a thick rocky layer called the mantle, which makes up the majority of our planet’s volume. While Earth’s mantle is too deep for humans to observe directly, certain meteorites can provide clues to this unreachable layer. In...

source: Arizona State University

Engineers at Duke University have devised a model that can predict the early mechanical behaviors and origins of an earthquake in multiple types of rock. The model provides new insights into unobservable phenomena that take place miles...

source: Duke University

Canadian scientist Philip Marsh and I were flying along the coast of the Beaufort Sea, where the frozen tundra had recently opened up into a crater the size of a football stadium. Located along the shoreline of an unnamed lake, the so-called thaw slump was gray, muddy, and...

source: Yale E360

New research suggests Canada's largest national park is not drying out from upstream hydro dams or being contaminated by the oilsands. Recently published papers from scientists at the University of Waterloo question previous studies...

source: CTV News

Using methods to farm for carbon can lead to higher yields and return on investment, a panel of speakers said during a session at the Southwest Agricultural Conference in Ridgetown earlier this month. This is also backed up by data from Ontario and the American Midwest,...

source: Chatham Daily News

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