Warming is causing soil-based microorganisms to release carbon dioxide in a potentially catastrophic process that could add at least as much carbon to the atmosphere as the fossil fuel industry emitted in the mid-20th century, a study finds. - 2016/12/29
High-definition CT scans of the fossilized skull of a 280 million-year-old fish reveal the origin of chimaeras, a group of cartilaginous fish related to sharks. Analysis of the brain case of Dwykaselachus oosthuizeni, a shark-lik
From the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON, comes this study sure to cause some left-leaning anti CO2 heads to explode. The bold in the PR is mine. Fossil fuel formation: Key to atmosphere's oxygen? MADISON, Wis. -- For the development of animals, nothing -- with the exception of DNA -- may be more important than oxygen in…
How acidic is the ocean on Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus? It’s a fundamental question to understanding if this geyser-spouting moon could support life. The Cassini spacecraft has been taking regular measurements of Enceladus for more than a decade t
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