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Achoo! The hay fever season lasts longer than ever. Here’s what we can do about it | Kate Ravilious
The climate crisis is giving trees a bigger window to spread their pollen, but cleaner air and better early warning forecasts can help protect us, says science writer Kate Ravilious

Kate Ravilious

17, May, 2022 @11:22 AM

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Colorado conifers given ‘Fitbits’ to measure snow cover
Calculating snow caught in trees by measuring their swaying is hoped to help monitor snowstorms

Kate Ravilious

05, May, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Massive underwater avalanches deliver pollutants to deep sea
Research shows largest ‘turbidity currents’ can carry more sediment than the annual output of all the world’s rivers combined over time

Kate Ravilious

27, Apr, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Lightning-sparked forest fires set to increase in North America
Weather conditions play huge role in which strikes start blazes in boreal forests of Canada and Alaska, research suggests

Kate Ravilious

14, Apr, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Terrawatch: Rare gas points to deep nebula origins for Earth
Most of rare isotope of helium found on mid-ocean ridges dates to big bang, providing clue to planet’s formation

Kate Ravilious

09, Apr, 2022 @5:00 AM

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When will the world reach 1.5C of global heating?
With 1.5C of heating now all but inevitable, scientists say the focus must turn to mitigation measures

Kate Ravilious

05, Apr, 2022 @9:59 AM

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Europe faces a future of extreme droughts
Mitigation and adaptation measures are going to be crucial for future farming on the continent

Kate Ravilious

01, Apr, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Fears dash for wind power could cut off lost world of Doggerland
Archeologists worry rapid expansion of North Sea projects could remove access to rare Mesolithic remains

Kate Ravilious

19, Mar, 2022 @8:00 AM

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How wild animals can help control the climate crisis
Rewilding planet by carefully encouraging wolves, wildebeest and whales could help control carbon emissions

Kate Ravilious

19, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Weatherwatch: back-to-back storms cause seabird ‘wrecks’
Puffins, guillemots and razorbills seem to be especially vulnerable in the event of a rapid series of storms

Kate Ravilious

12, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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How Covid lockdowns triggered record rainfall in China
Scientists identify impact of sudden cleaning of skies and drop in greenhouse emissions in 2020

Kate Ravilious

05, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Terrawatch: how carbon-eating rocks could help fight climate crisis
Recent experiments highlight potential of some rocks to lock in more carbon than previously thought

Kate Ravilious

02, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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