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on Fri Jul 24 4:50 PM

This lake in Canada's North is literally about to fall off a cliff

BUSINESS INSIDER

In the coming months, a lake in the Northwest Territories is expected to breach the earthen embankment containing it and flow over a cliff, sending tens of thousands of cubic meters of water crashing into a neighboring valley. An advisory updated...
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on Thu Jul 23 2:00 PM

Four-legged fossil holds secret of snake's slithering origins

NEW SCIENTIST

An ancient animal with a serpent-like body plan and four tiny legs could reveal details about the evolutionary origins of snakes
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on Fri Jul 17 7:34 PM

Don’t let Mackenzie River Basin deals slow to a trickle

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Western provinces need to move quickly to ensure the waters in the entire basin are protected
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on Fri Jul 17 6:48 PM

Earthquakes shake Alberta town’s faith in fracking

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Second 4.4-magnitude quake this year prompts regulator to issue its first stop order on oil and gas exploration due to seismic activity
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on Fri Jul 17 1:10 PM

Researchers, clients turn to video to treat stuttering -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Researchers investigate using self-modelling videos to help clients maintain fluency after treatment. For the study, participant videos were recorded post-treatment when their fluency skills--breathing techniques, how to start their voice, or move...
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on Thu Jul 16 4:06 PM

Findings indicate both high, low productivity regions have reduced plant species diversity -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Humans depend on high levels of ecosystem biodiversity, but due to climate change and changes in land use, biodiversity loss is now greater than at any time in human history. A leading global initiative is underway to determine whether there are...
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on Thu Jul 16 2:01 PM

Polar Bears Don’t Go Into Hibernation-Like State in Summer, Researchers Say

THE NEW YORK TIMES

It was long thought that polar bears’ body temperatures dropped to conserve energy during lean summers, but a multiyear study in the Beaufort Sea found no evidence of such a change.
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on Thu Jul 16 2:00 PM

Chance of polar bears surviving food shortage recedes with ice

NEW SCIENTIST

Hopes that polar bears could save energy via "walking hibernation" have been crushed – leaving them more vulnerable to climate change than thought
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on Thu Jul 16 2:00 PM

Chance of polar bears surviving food shortage recedes with ice

NEW SCIENTIST

Hopes that polar bears could save energy via "walking hibernation" have been crushed – leaving them more vulnerable to climate change than thought
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on Thu Jul 16 2:00 PM

Chance of polar bears surviving food shortage recedes with ice

NEW SCIENTIST

Hopes that polar bears could save energy via "walking hibernation" have been crushed – leaving them more vulnerable to climate change than thought
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