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Small changes in Cu redox state and speciation generate large isotope fractionation during adsorption...

source: GS

Abstract submission for the Goldschmidt 2018 Conference, scheduled for Boston from August 12-17, is...

source: GS

The oceans are the largest global heat reservoir. As a result of man-made global warming, the temperature in the global climate system increases; around 90 percent of the extra heat is absorbed by the oceans. This means that the average sea temperature can tell us a lot...

source: Science Newsline

We and all other animals wouldn’t be here today if our planet didn’t have a lot of oxygen in its atmosphere and oceans. But how crucial were high oxygen levels to the transition from simple, single-celled life forms to the complexity we see today? A study by...

source: University of California - Berkeley

Scientists have found surprising evidence of rapid climate change in the Arctic: In the middle of the Arctic Ocean near the North Pole, they discovered that the levels of radium-228 have almost doubled over the last decade.

source: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution via ScienceDaily

Somewhere in our galaxy, an exoplanet is probably orbiting a star that's colder than our sun, but instead of freezing solid, the planet might be cozy warm thanks to a greenhouse effect caused by methane in its atmosphere. NASA astrobiologists from the Georgia Institute...

source: Georgia Tech


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