Read more about the article New Study Predicts Climate Change Could Shift And Intensify Seasonal Acidification Of The Arctic Ocean
Image shows the Arctic polar cod Boreogadus saida, undated photo. Researchers predicted that climate change could shift and intensify seasonal acidification in the Arctic Ocean. (Hauke Flores, Alfred Wegener Institute/Newsflash)

New Study Predicts Climate Change Could Shift And Intensify Seasonal Acidification Of The Arctic Ocean

New research has predicted that climate change could intensify the summer acidification of the Arctic Ocean by up to 25 per cent leaving the ecosystem with severe consequences. Experts from…

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Read more about the article Looted 2,000-Year-Old Coin Worth USD 1 Million Handed Back To Israel
Photo shows a coin that has a floral wreath with the letter D in the centre, undated photo. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Looted 2,000-Year-Old Coin Worth USD 1 Million Handed Back To Israel

The United States has returned a rare silver quarter shekel coin was minted by Jewish rebels 2,000 years ago on Temple Mount – and that could be worth as much…

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Read more about the article New Satellite Data Lets Scientists Measure Arctic Sea-Ice Thickness All Year Round
Image shows the view of the Arctic Ocean from the Alfred Wegener Institute's Polar 6 aircraft, undated footage. The research team from the city of Bremerhaven, Bremen, Germany developed a new method to measure arctic sea ice thickness in September 2022. (Alfred Wegener Institut, Esther Horvath/Newsflash)

New Satellite Data Lets Scientists Measure Arctic Sea-Ice Thickness All Year Round

Researchers have developed a new method to measure Arctic ice thickness and volume throughout the whole year by using satellite data. The international team consists of scientists from the Alfred…

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Read more about the article COVID-19 Lockdown Almost Halved Soot Levels In Atmosphere
Image shows the HALO research aircraft launched into an almost empty airspace during the COVID-19 lockdown in May 2020. The aircraft investigated the influence of limited mobility on air quality during the Bluesky research campaign in Germany.(DLR/Newsflash)

COVID-19 Lockdown Almost Halved Soot Levels In Atmosphere

Lockdowns in the early summer of 2020 ensured the amount of soot in the atmosphere was almost halved, with benefits to the climate and health. The reductions in soot concentrations…

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Read more about the article Polarstern Icebreaker Returns To Port After Arctic Research Amid Record Heatwaves
Scientists on the PS131 enter an ice floe in the ice edge zone north of Spitsbergen. The Polarstern was expected to arrive at the Lloyd Werft pier in Bremerhaven, Germany, on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022. (Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Vera Schlindwein/Newsflash)

Polarstern Icebreaker Returns To Port After Arctic Research Amid Record Heatwaves

The Polarstern icebreaker returned to port in Germany on Wednesday after spending 51 days conducting research in the Arctic amid record heatwaves this summer. The researchers were investigating how increasingly…

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Read more about the article Cop Pulls Two Deer From Canal
Photo shows the rescue of one of the two deer from the Coachella Canal in California, on Tuesday, Aug 02, 2022. Rescuers used ropes to pull the deer to safety. (@indiopolicedepartment/Newsflash)

Cop Pulls Two Deer From Canal

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A Californian cop has rescued two deer struggling in a canal after they jumped in the water to cool off from blistering summer heat. The animal rescue took place at…

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Read more about the article Extinct Sea Eagles Return
Several white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) rest in GREFA (Majadahonda, Madrid) before being transferred to Asturias. (GREFA, Eloy Couceiro/Newsflash)

Extinct Sea Eagles Return

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White-tailed eagles have arrived in Spain as part of a conversation plan to reintroduce the huge bird of prey to one of its ancient habitats. The eagle - which can…

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Read more about the article Experts Head To Arctic To Assess Climate Change Impact Amid Record Heatwave
The Polarstern departs from its home port of Bremerhaven for the Arctic. A tug pulls the ship towards the lock. (Nina Machner/Newsflash)

Experts Head To Arctic To Assess Climate Change Impact Amid Record Heatwave

The legendary research vessel and icebreaker Polarstern has left Germany and is heading to the Arctic to assess the impact of climate change amid a record heatwave in Europe. Over…

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Read more about the article Neanderthals Chilled Out In Summer By Heading North
Lake shore (black organic layer) from 90,000 years ago superimposed by cold climatic sediments according to the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in the German city of Leipzig. (M. Weiss, M. Hein/Newsflash)

Neanderthals Chilled Out In Summer By Heading North

Man's Neanderthal ancestors used to escape warm summers to chill out in the icy climates of northern territories , a new study has revealed. Scientists have discovered that Neanderthals showed…

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