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Researchers create high resolution map of brine pool off coast of New Orleans

Researchers create high resolution map of brine pool off coast of New Orleans

A team of researchers has created a high resolution map of the area that is believed to be one of the oddest as well as deadliest places on Earth -- the bottomless 'jacuzzi of death or despair' in

Ongoing ‘Bat Week’ aims to raise awareness about the unsung heroes of night

Ongoing ‘Bat Week’ aims to raise awareness about the unsung heroes of night

The ongoing Bat Week, organized by a number of public and private organizations, aims to raise awareness and promote protection for the unsung heroes of the night.

2016 could mark first time when CO2 concentrations remain above 400 ppm for complete year

2016 could mark first time when CO2 concentrations remain above 400 ppm for comp

Forecast from the UK Met Office says that 2016 will most probably be the first time when the concentration of carbon dioxide will remain above 400 parts per million for the entire year. The rise in carbon dioxide levels is considered to be due to El Niño climate phenomenon.

Mount Barujari’s all of sudden eruption leads to evacuation and cancellation of flights

Mount Barujari’s all of sudden eruption leads to evacuation and cancellation of

Without any prior indication, Mount Barujari on Lombok Island started spewing massive amount of ash and smoke into the atmosphere on Tuesday afternoon. Authorities concerned have shared that the ash column has reached 2,000 meters.

Barring slight distraction due to clouds, Annular Solar Eclipse went well

Barring slight distraction due to clouds, Annular Solar Eclipse went well

'Ring of Fire' Annular Solar Eclipse took place on September 1 (Thursday). The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) has shared satellite images of the eclipse that show the clouds acted as a hurdle in the view, but overall the event went well.

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