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  • Photo of Modifying Natural Rhythms Can Cause Serious Issues

    Modifying Natural Rhythms Can Cause Serious Issues

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! The natural system is intensely on disturbance and is toward extinction. But why it is so? The answer is very simple. A new research by scientists shows that modifying or changing a natural clock in any way can cause serious problems. These can of different forms. Among these, one is the provision of artificial light to…

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  • Photo of Can You Think of Bacteria as feeders on CO2?; Yes Here It is

    Can You Think of Bacteria as feeders on CO2?; Yes Here It is

    The conversion of a heterotropic organism to a fully autotrophic seems impossible. But now it is possible to do so in a laboratory timescale. This is initiation but future is bright in this field. The problem of greenhouse gases is making all possibilities down, because of its high amount of production and its emission into the atmosphere. A more clear…

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  • Photo of US To Withdraw Its Name From Paris Climate Agreement; Hurting News

    US To Withdraw Its Name From Paris Climate Agreement; Hurting News

    On November $, The secretary of State of US officially submitted the working paper to withdraw its name from the Paris Climate Agreement. It is very shocking news for those climate activists who work hard for the long enough survival of the planet Earth. The man behind this announcement is The president of US, Mr. Donald Trump. Mr. Trump argues…

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  • Photo of Global warming could soon make all turtles female

    Global warming could soon make all turtles female

    In many species of reptiles such as all sea turtles, some species of freshwater turtles and crocodilians, sex is determined by the temperature of the eggs during a certain period of development. Such type of sex-determination is called temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD). In some species the eggs develop into females under low temperatures and males under high temperatures (F-M pattern).…

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  • Photo of Forests on Fire; Nature calls Humanity

    Forests on Fire; Nature calls Humanity

    “Forests are lungs of earth” is a statement which deserve to be acknowledged with full zeal and zest. Humans have evolved with forest to be a part of the forest which are still evident from the forests of Africa and mainly the Amazon. Forests, being put on fire by two ways; human-induced and nature-induced. Further elaboration of the two key…

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  • Photo of Climate Change adversly effects seabirds; new study says.

    Climate Change adversly effects seabirds; new study says.

    A recent study published in Journal of Biological Conservation finds that seabirds are severely effected by climate change. 38% of Albatrosses, 88% of Penguins and 19% of small petrels are faced with severe climate change.

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  • Photo of Climate causes corals mortality; new study finds

    Climate causes corals mortality; new study finds

    A current study published in Current Biology by scientists have found that climate change drives the corals towards high mortality. Climate change causes the elevation of overall temperature, which in turn creates heatwaves in waters. this heatwave is responsible for high mortality of corals by enhancing microbial activities, study says. the world is heating with a potential high rate than…

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