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Middle East wars '' enhance the air '

Middle East dispute considerably ‘enhances air high quality’ By Matt McGrath Atmosphere contributor, BBC Information 21 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Discharges of some air contaminants have actually reduced significantly as dispute has actually spread ...

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Rare wolf pack spotted in California

Wolf pack discovery might indicate return in California 21 August 2015 From the area United States & & Canada 5 dogs as well as 2 grown-up wolves were spotted A pack of wolves has actually been spotted in Northern California ...

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'' Goodbye ' photos of Saturn moon

‘ Goodbye’ photos of Saturn moon Dione By Jonathan Amos BBC Scientific research Contributor 21 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Saturn’s moon Dione seen by Cassini with the world’s rings in the background The Cassini ...

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GM trees '' suffocated ' by bureaucracy

Genetically customized trees are being ‘suffocated’ by bureaucracy By Matt McGrath Atmosphere contributor, BBC Information 21 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Fire is among the expanding dangers to trees that researchers criticize on environment modification ...

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Humans are '' distinct super-predator '

Humans are ‘distinct super-predator’ By Jonathan Amos BBC Scientific research Contributor 20 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Humans must concentrate on the “passion”, not the “funding” in the heating and cooling unit – state the ...

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July was hottest month on record

July was Planet’s hottest month on record, NOAA states 20 August 2015 From the area United States & & Canada Researchers state they anticipate 2015 to be the hottest year considering that documents started July was the hottest month in ...

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UK troops to tackle ivory poaching

Ivory poaching: UK troops sent to Gabon to combat unlawful profession 20 August 2015 From the area UK British troops have actually been sent to Gabon to tackle a boost in ivory poaching.The 12 North Ireland-based soldiers get on their ...

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Mars rover takes low-angle '' selfie '

Interest Mars rover takes low-angle ‘selfie’ By Jonathan Amos BBC Scientific research Contributor 20 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere The intent is to attempt to obtain a selfie whenever Interest drills a stone target The ...

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Carbon fibres made from air

Carbon nanofibres made from CARBON DIOXIDE airborne By Jonathan Webb Scientific research press reporter, BBC Information, Boston 20 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere From slim air – carbon nanofibres Researchers in the United States have ...

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Marine mammals thriving in Thames

Marine mammals thriving in Thames By Rebecca Morelle Scientific research Contributor, BBC Information 20 August 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere If the mammals remain in community after that so needs to be the fish on which ...

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