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Tiny ocean animals that make up a base of the marine food web are ingesting tiny particles of plastic pollution, and that could be bad news for the health of the oceans. That's the main finding of a recent study published in the journal...

source: Climate Progress

The bloom that began earlier this year and shut down several shellfish fisheries along the West Coast has grown into the largest and most severe in at least a decade. UW research analyst Anthony Odell left June 15 from Newport, Oregon, aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...

source: Phys.org

Utah has its share of great photographers and great locations to take photos. These special moments when the right photographer got the right shot in the right place help show how beautiful Utah really is.

source: NewsCastic

Peak oil, or peak water? Peak water might be the (unfortunate) answer. Alternative sources of energy may become more widely available, but there are no alternatives to water. The ongoing depletion of groundwater contained in aquifers...

source: IEAM Blog

More than 300 scientists and counting have signed an open letter to the journal Science, according to scientific publishing watchdog Retraction Watch. The letter, which has been circulated among scientists on social media sites...

source: The Washington Post

What if you could pluck pollution out of the air — like the methane gas emitted from cow manure — and create plastics? Scientists have long known it was possible to use climate-changing methane, rather than oil or natural gas, to make water bottles, Tupperware...

source: Los Angeles Times

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