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The Toronto Star (Jan. 27, 2015) Ancient techniques of growing greens with fish and water are well ahead of Toronto bylaws. Video provided by The Toronto Star
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Shark Bite Victim Making Amazing Recovery

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AP (Jan. 27, 2015) A Texas woman who lost more than five pounds of flesh to a shark in the Bahamas earlier this month could be released from a Florida hospital soon. Experts believe she was bitten by a bull shark while snorkeling. (Jan. 27) Video provided by AP
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Population Genomics Unveil Seahorse Domain

Jan. 30, 2015 In a finding vital to effective species management, a team of biologists has determined that the lined seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) is more a permanent resident of the western mid-Atlantic Ocean ... full story
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Scientists Use Knowledge from the Food Industry to Understand Mass Extinction

Jan. 30, 2015 The close of the Permian Period around 250 million years ago saw Earth's biggest extinction ever. At this time large volcanic eruptions were occurring in what is now Siberia. The volcanoes ... full story
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Heat Waves Becoming More Prominent in Urban Areas, Research Reveals

Jan. 30, 2015 The world's urban areas have experienced significant increases in heat waves over the past 40 years, according to new research. These prolonged periods of extreme hot days have significantly ... full story
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Blue Mussels Not Yet the Bellwether of NE Coastal Environment

Jan. 30, 2015 Mussels could be the perfect 'sentinel' species to signal the health of coastal ecosystems. But a new study of blue mussels in estuary ecosystems along 600 kilometers of coastline in the ... full story
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Updating Satellite Data on Seas Could Dramatically Reduce Search and Rescue Times for Lost Planes, Ships

Jan. 30, 2015 A new satellite imaging concept could significantly reduce search areas for missing boats and planes. Researchers have been trialling a concept for using satellite imagery to significantly improve ... full story
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Scientists Investigate Link Between Skyrocketing Sea Slug Populations, Warming Seas

Jan. 29, 2015 A team of California scientists believes a far-flung Okenia rosacea bloom -- along with a slew of other marine species spotted north of their typical ranges -- may signal a much larger shift in ocean ... full story
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Where Did the Missing Oil Go? New Study Says Some Is Sitting on the Gulf Floor

Jan. 29, 2015 Some 6 million to 10 million gallons of oil from the BP oil spill are buried in the sediment on the Gulf floor, about 62 miles southeast of the Mississippi Delta, researchers have ... full story
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Baleen Whales Hear Through Their Bones

Jan. 29, 2015 Understanding how baleen whales hear has posed a great mystery to marine mammal researchers. Biologists reveal that the skulls of at least some baleen whales, specifically fin whales in their study, ... full story
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Walking on Ice Takes More Than Brains: 'Mini-Brain' in Spinal Cord Aids in Balance

Jan. 29, 2015 Scientists have discovered how a "mini-brain" in the spinal cord aids in balance. Much of the balancing act that our bodies perform when faced with a task such as walking on an icy surface ... full story
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New Deep-Brain Imaging Reveals Separate Functions for Nearly Identical Neurons

Jan. 29, 2015 New deep-brain imaging shows activity of individual, genetically similar neurons to particular behaviors of mice. Scientists watched as one neuron was activated when a mouse searched for food while a ... full story
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Invasive Species in the Great Lakes by 2063

Jan. 29, 2015 The vulnerability of the basin to future invaders has been demonstrated by a new study that calls for regulations to mitigate this threat. The Great Lakes have been invaded by more non-native species ... full story
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Satellites Can Improve Regional Air Quality Forecasting

Jan. 29, 2015 Researchers found that data gathered from geo-stationary satellites -- satellites orbiting Earth at about 22,000 miles above the equator and commonly used for telecommunications and weather imaging ... full story
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Future of Oil and Gas Development in the Western Amazon

Jan. 29, 2015 The western Amazon -- a vast region encompassing the Amazonian portions of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and western Brazil -- is one of the world's last high-biodiversity wilderness ... full story
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Ultrasound Technology Made to Measure

Jan. 29, 2015 The range of uses for ultrasound is gigantic; the applied technologies are just as diverse. Researchers are now covering a wide range of applications with a new modular system: From sonar systems to ... full story
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Researchers Produce Two Bio-Fuels from a Single Algae

Jan. 28, 2015 A common algae commercially grown to make fish food holds promise as a source for both biodiesel and jet fuel, according to a new ... full story
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Long-Necked 'Dragon' Discovered in China: Dinosaur's Lightweight Neck Spanned Half the Length of Its Body

Jan. 28, 2015 Paleontologists have discovered a new species of a long-necked dinosaur from a skeleton found in China. The new species belongs to a group of dinosaurs called mamenchisaurids, known for their ... full story
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Some Potentially Habitable Planets Began as Gaseous, Neptune-Like Worlds

Jan. 28, 2015 Two phenomena known to inhibit the potential habitability of planets -- tidal forces and vigorous stellar activity -- might instead help chances for life on certain planets orbiting low-mass stars, ... full story
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Erratic as Normal: Arctic Sea Ice Loss Expected to Be Bumpy in the Short Term

Jan. 28, 2015 Arctic sea ice extent plunged precipitously from 2001 to 2007, then barely budged between 2007 and 2013. Even in a warming world, researchers should expect such unusual periods of no change -- and ... full story
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Smothered Oceans: Extreme Oxygen Loss in Oceans Accompanied Past Global Climate Change

Jan. 28, 2015 From the subarctic Pacific to the Chilean margins, extreme oxygen loss is stretching from the upper ocean to about 3,000 meters deep. In some oceanic regions, such loss occurred within 100 years or ... full story
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Good Results With Surgery for Gynecomastia in Bodybuilders

Jan. 28, 2015 With attention to some unique patient characteristics, breast reduction surgery achieves good aesthetic outcomes in bodybuilders with gynecomastia--enlargement of the male breast, according to a new ... full story
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