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Adapting to a changing environment will require hundreds of billions in infrastructure investment.
Hundreds of people may have been butchered and eaten at a 7,000-year-old German site.
Data taken hourly by cargo ships show that greenhouse gas absorption in the North Atlantic varies.
Many are concerned that the voracious carp species will wipe out other fish living in the Great Lakes.
Skeptics have seized on leaked e-mails as proof that evidence of man-made climate change is overblown.
Much like analyzing human fingerprints, scientists can identify individual sharks by their teeth marks.
Chemicals bond to smoke particles, and can then be transported across great distances.
Research suggests that online social networks are a medium for engaging in genuine social interactions.
Republicans point to emails leaked from a prominent climate center as evidence of sweeping corruption.
New evidence seems to rule out popular extinction theories involving meteors and human hunters.