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New study shows nitrate leaches to groundwater for over five decades
New study shows nitrate leaches to groundwater for over five decades on Groundwater curated by YSI
What's killing Canadian honeybees? - Technology & Science - CBC ...
Over the past decade, beekeepers, farmers and scientists have been tracking the collapse of honeybee colonies. Some scientists and insectici
On The Necessity of Geology | Rosetta Stones, Scientific American Blog N...
There is an urgent need for talking and teaching geology. Many people don’t know it. They think geology is rocks, but if they’re not rock af
The Discovery Institute feels sorry for my students - Mountain Beltway -...
Dear Mr. Bentley,. My boss Dr. Stephen C. Meyer at the Discovery Institute is finishing up a book that discusses various attempts to explain
Killer cats take down billions of birds, report says - Technology & ...
Cats may kill up to 3.7 billion birds and 20.7 billion mammals in the United States alone each year, a new study has found.
How @StatCan_eng started taking their social media cues from parody acco...
In an attempt to get a bit more web-friendly, Statistics Canada entered the world of blogging on Thursday. Their official introduction to th
Graphene oxide soaks up radioactive waste: U.S., Russian researchers col...
Graphene oxide has a remarkable ability to quickly remove radioactive material from contaminated water, researchers in the United States and
Leguellec earns Canada's 1st men's World Cup biathlon victory
Canadian Jean-Philippe Leguellec made history on Saturday in Sweden as he won the gold medal at the opening World Cup biathlon event of the
Louisville Fossils and Beyond: Phanocrinus parvaramus Crinoid Calyx Fossil
Phanocrinus parvaramus crinoid calyx fossil found in southern Indiana. This creature lived in the Mississippian Period. Indiana, USA source
Italian scientists guilty of manslaughter in 2009 earthquake - World - C...
Seven scientists on trial for manslaughter linked to an earthquake in Italy that killed more than 300 people have been convicted and sentenc
Relocation, and a chance to try some open science-ing
Shortly, this blog will be moving to a new home within the European Geosciences Union blog network! Somehow, they get the idea that a blog w