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Nature geoscience

Nature Geoscience is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group. The Chief Editor is Tamara Goldin, who took over from Heike Langenberg in February 2020. It was established in January 2008.

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Human alterations to aquatic ecosystems increase methane emissions
Lifestyle

Human alterations to aquatic ecosystems increase methane emissions

Atmospheric methane has tripled since pre-industrial times. It traps heat far more effectively than carbon dioxide and accounts for 25 per cent of atmospheric warming to date, and much of that methane is coming from aquatic ecosystems, with human activities contributing to the emissions levels, a new paper published in Nature Geoscience has found.

Aquatic ecosystems source of half of global methane emissions: Study
Technology

Aquatic ecosystems source of half of global methane emissions: Study

Direct human alterations to natural aquatic ecosystems can increase methane emissions, a new study has found.

Early Mars was covered in ice sheets, not flowing rivers
Technology

Early Mars was covered in ice sheets, not flowing rivers

A large number of the valley networks scarring Mars' surface were carved by water melting beneath glacial ice, not by free-flowing rivers as previously thought, according to a new study by Western and UBC researchers.

Why the far side of the Moon so different from near side
International

Why the far side of the Moon so different from near side

New York, June 22 The composition of the Moon's near side that is perpetually Earth-facing is oddly different ...

Water has been there on Earth since formation: Study
International

Water has been there on Earth since formation: Study

Since water can obviously be found on our planet today, it means that the water we are now enjoying on Earth has been there since its formation, says a study which sheds new light into the ancient puzzle surrounding the origin of water on Earth.

Water has been there on Earth since formation: Study
International

Water has been there on Earth since formation: Study

Since water can obviously be found on our planet today, it means that the water we are now enjoying on Earth has been there since its formation, says a study which sheds new light into the ancient puzzle surrounding the origin of water on Earth.

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