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The idea that wilderness is untouched by man is written into law, but it’s not so accurate. Humans have used fire to shape many places we call “wilderness.”
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NOAA satellite images and a research vessel sampling Lake Erie water both found evidence of harmful algal blooms on July 5, a much earlier date than typical.
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Last year’s severity index was at 6.8. Rick Stumpf with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says this year’s severity is expected to be around 3.
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Politicians — and people online — are peddling dangerous ideas about what’s causing Canada’s wildfires. Here’s what you need to know.
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It’s better suited than batteries to power large vehicles that need to travel long distances like semi-trucks, because hydrogen refuels much faster than batteries recharge.
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Mapping currents allows scientists to understand the path pollution takes and maximize the efficiency of boats and vessels.
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The emerald ash borer, an invasive beetle that feeds on ash wood, has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees across North America. The key to saving what’s left may be growing behind paned glass in a quiet Brighton business park.
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