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Surprise! Unexpected ocean heat waves are becoming the norm

Ocean heat waves, which can push out fish, plankton and other aquatic life, are happening far more frequently than previously thought, according to a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Steve Sawyer in a GP Zodiac, c. 1982 . (Credit: Greenpeace International)
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Peter Dykstra: Leaving a hero’s footprint on Earth

Environmental heroes and villains have been around long enough to compile quite a history. One of the heroes died this week.

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Great kiskadee entangled by a fishing line (Paraná River floodplain, Argentina; Credit C. Machado)
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Freshwater is getting neglected when it comes to plastic pollution research

Plastic pollution in lakes and rivers is on the research back burner—that's a problem.

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