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Animals Thrive in Areas Evacuated by Humans After Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
“Our results represent the first evidence that numerous species of wildlife are now abundant throughout the Fukushima Evacuation Zone.”
Here's the Insanely Small Amount of Weed That Got UGA LB Popped for Possesion
The charge against Georgia's Natrez Patrick have been dropped. Probably because you can barely even possess something this small.
The Dispersants Used After the BP Blowout Did More Harm Than Good
In the race to respond to the Deepwater Horizon disaster, researchers say it may have been better to let natural systems disperse oil rather than use chemical dispersants.
Chernobyl's Exclusion Zone Is Now a Thriving Wildlife Habitat
A recent study concludes that the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is starting to look more like a de facto nature reserve, teeming with elk, roe deer, red deer, wild boar, and wolves.
Tiny Marine Organisms at the Base of the Food Chain Are Eating the Plastic We Toss in the Oceans
Researchers in British Columbia found that some adult zooplankton were consuming as many as 90 particles of plastic a day.