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Dive into a Vanishing Invisible Forest to See What Climate Has Changed

Dive into a Vanishing Invisible Forest to See What Climate Has Changed

Our kelp forests are largely unobserved, but now they are vanishing. To understand why, scientists dive underwater and look down from space. Their research reveals a complex system at risk of collapse.

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Polar Bears That Persist

Polar Bears That Persist

A new subpopulation of Greenland polar bears offers insights into how this species might hang on as Arctic ice disappears..

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   A New Private Moon Race Kicks Off Soon

A New Private Moon Race Kicks Off Soon

Commercial spacecraft are vying to land on the lunar surface, but can they jump-start a new space economy?

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Hope for New Drugs Arises from the Sea

Hope for New Drugs Arises from the Sea

Compounds that marine creatures make to defend themselves could yield lifesaving medicines.

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Shrimp Sounds Could Lure Baby Oysters to Build New Reefs

Shrimp Sounds Could Lure Baby Oysters to Build New Reefs

Piping in audio of snapping shrimp could help the oysters reestablish long-lost ecosystems.

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Scientific American August Issue

Scientific American August Issue:

Discoveries From The Deep Sea

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