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A process hidden in the depths of the earth swallows more carbon than expected | ...

Swords Today 30 Jul 2021
.ظهرت New study On July 14, the journal Nature Communications reported that the slow collision of tectonic plates would absorb more carbon into the Earth’s interior ... Movement of oceanic plates carrying carbon compounds through the mantle (Erin Valdy-Wikimedia) Important results.
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Geologists take Earth's inner temperature using erupted sea glass

Phys Dot Org 29 Jul 2021
If the Earth's oceans were drained completely, they would reveal a massive chain of undersea volcanoes snaking around the planet ... Ocean ridges are regions where tectonic plates are spread apart by the eruption of material from the Earth's mantle—a process that is driven by underlying temperatures.
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From hake to skate: Behind the push to bring 'unknown' fish to New England's dinner table

Worcester Telegram 29 Jul 2021
Salmon, cod and tuna dominate the plate in the U.S. – but why? The world's oceans are home to more than 30,000 species of fish, and most of the edible ones have never been marketed to the average consumer's tastebuds ... "It's coming out of the ocean, it's not like we're talking about highly processed fast food.
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From hake to skate: Behind the push to bring 'unknown' fish to the dinner table

Oakridger 29 Jul 2021
Salmon, cod and tuna dominate the plate in the U.S. – but why? The world's oceans are home to more than 30,000 species of fish, and most of the edible ones have never been marketed to the average consumer's tastebuds ... "It's coming out of the ocean, it's not like we're talking about highly processed fast food.
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Earth's Mantle Swallows More Carbon Than Previously Thought – But Not Enough To Offset Humans

IFL Science 28 Jul 2021
As tectonic plates slide ... A process increasing the deposition rate can lock carbon away there for thousands or even millions of years – but until the oceanic plate it is sitting on subducts beneath another plate, there are always processes that can bring it back into circulation.
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Indonesia's Sinabung volcano erupts

Urdu Point 28 Jul 2021
Medan, Indonesia, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 28th Jul, 2021 ) .Indonesia's Mount Sinabung erupted on Wednesday, spewing a massive column of smoke and ash into the sky ... It sits on the "Ring of Fire", a belt of tectonic plate boundaries circling the Pacific Ocean where frequent seismic activity occurs ....
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Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano erupts

Manila Standard Today 28 Jul 2021
Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung erupted on Wednesday, spewing a massive column of smoke and ash into the sky ... AFP ... It erupted again in 2013 and has remained highly active since ... It sits on the “Ring of Fire,” a belt of tectonic plate boundaries circling the Pacific Ocean where frequent seismic activity occurs. AFP. .
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What does RI's green wave license plate mean? | Ask the DMV

The Providence Journal 25 Jul 2021
We have been noticing some Rhode Island wave plates that, instead of the pale blue wave, they are green. What is that is all about? First impression was our ocean is polluted, thus the green ... A. The green wave that you are seeing on plates is not related to polluted waters but the opposite.
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Digging up the ocean floor for metals could prove disastrous

Live Mint 25 Jul 2021
That should alarm not just investors, but policy makers charged with protecting the oceans ... Any of the group’s 167 member-states can stake claims to mining concessions on the ocean floor and sponsor private companies to explore them ... The damage wouldn’t be confined to the ocean floor.
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California gives UC San Diego $35 million to build a coastal research ship

Finger Lakes Times 24 Jul 2021
... and biology of the ocean environment ... The institute became even better known in the 1950s and '60s during the so-called "golden age of exploration," when it staged deep-sea expeditions that led to major discoveries about plate tectonics, ocean currents and marine ecosystems.
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Marsquakes reveal anatomy of Red Planet

Taipei Times 23 Jul 2021
The Martian crust, the outermost layer, is geologically quite different from Earth’s, the crust of which is divided into immense plates that move inexorably over a rocky inner layer called a mantle in a process called plate tectonics. Crust at certain spots below Earth’s oceans is constantly recycled.
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Marsquakes reveal the anatomy of the Red Planet's interior

Straits Times 23 Jul 2021
Our planet's crust is divided into immense plates that move inexorably over a rocky inner layer called a mantle in a process called plate tectonics. Crust at certain spots below Earth's oceans is constantly recycled. "Since we don't have active plate tectonics on Mars, nothing similar is happening there.
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Marsquakes reveal the anatomy of the Red Planet’s interior

Indian Express 23 Jul 2021
Our planet’s crust is divided into immense plates that move inexorably over a rocky inner layer called a mantle in a process called plate tectonics. Crust at certain spots below Earth’s oceans is constantly recycled. “Since we don’t have active plate tectonics on Mars, nothing similar is happening there.
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From the NS archive: The harvest of the sea

New Statesman 21 Jul 2021
In this somewhat eccentric article, the naturalist John Arthur Thomson reviews “Ocean Research and the ... In the light of Mr GCL Howell's luminous book on Ocean Research and the Great Fisheries (Clarendon Press, 220 pages, 20 plates, 26 figures, 8 maps) we wish to dwell on this fact.
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Venusian trio: ESA teams up with NASA to send another spacecraft to Venus

Astronomy 20 Jul 2021
EnVision will orbit Venus with the goal of getting a holistic view of our sister planet. RELATED TOPICS. ESA . NASA . VENUS. Venus may be Earth’s sister, but it certainly isn’t our twin ... EnVision ... Venusian trio ... JOIN THE DISCUSSION ... Turns out, Venus (almost) has tectonic plates ... The surface of Venus moves like ice floating on an ocean ... Snapshot ... .

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