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Seismic Air Guns for Exploring Oceans could Prove Devastating for Marine Life

Seismic Air Guns for Exploring Oceans could Prove Devastating for Marine Life

In order to assess the proposal put forward by the US Federal Government, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has released an Environmental Impact Survey.

AiG plans Theme Park Ark Encounter in Kentucky

AiG plans Theme Park Ark Encounter in Kentucky

Debate between Bill Nye 'the Science Guy' and Creation Museum founder Ken Ham over evolution on February 4 has been widely publicized.

New York Department of Environmental Conservation to Consider Nonlethal Ways to Control Mute Swans’ Population

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In the 19th century, mute swans were introduced to the United States from Europe. In the past three decades, the population of mute swans has tripled and it now stands at 2,200.

Scientists Fit Cameras on Sharks to Gain Insight into Marine Ecosystem

Scientists Fit Cameras on Sharks to Gain Insight into Marine Ecosystem

Scientists are happy over successful recordings with the cameras and sensors fitted on the fins of sharks. This has helped researchers see how reef sharks live, eat and mate in waters near Hawaii.

Bering Strait was Home for Native Americans for 10,000 Years: Study

Bering Strait was Home for Native Americans for 10,000 Years: Study

Researchers have claimed that early Native American spent many millennia living on the Bering Land Bridge, which is now under water, before they crossed into Alaska and the rest of the North America.

US Moves One Step Closer towards Atlantic Oil Exploration

US Moves One Step Closer towards Atlantic Oil Exploration

The Obama administration released an environmental report on Thursday to move one step closer towards oil and gas exploration off the Atlantic coast.

Japan all set to Launch a US-Built Satellite to Measure Rain and Snow

Japan all set to Launch a US-Built Satellite to Measure Rain and Snow

A US-built satellite is all set to be launched by Japan on Thursday to track rainfall and snowfall.

Water Vapors Found in Atmosphere of Tau Boötis b

Water Vapors Found in Atmosphere of Tau Boötis b

Water vapors have been found in the atmosphere of planet Tau Boötis b that orbits the star Tau Boötis.

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Areva to start talks with unions regarding possible layoffs

Nuclear and renewable energy major Areva has made announcement about a huge transformation plan after its net loss increased to 4.8 billion euros.

According to Areva, it is going to sell assets, cut costs, decrease capital expenditure and also start discussions with unions about feasible layoffs.

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