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The 85-foot-long dinosaur, whose remains were discovered in 2005 in Argentina but took years to excavate, is among the largest land animals ever.
By KATE GALBRAITH
Many developing countries, which struggle with high energy prices relative to income, have embraced the technology.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Officials on Wednesday presented the first litter of Mexican gray wolves conceived in the country by artificial insemination, part of an effort to save one of the hemisphere’s most endangered animals.
By HENRY FOUNTAIN
A 20-year quest to prove a longstanding hypothesis about how nutrients are transported may come to an end thanks to tiny needles that probe leaves 40 feet up an oak tree.
By KEITH WILLIAMS
Eymund Diegel, an environmental planner who wants the cleanup of the canal done right, uses unorthodox forensic methods to account for the natural watershed, the underground springs and streams feeding the canal.
Several communities were evacuated and some international flights were diverted Friday after a volcanic eruption on Papua New Guinea.
By JUSTIN GILLIS
The report says that warming has already led to food and climate crises, and that the failure to reduce emissions will lead to worse catastrophes.
Scientists predict that higher temperatures will speed up the creation of lung-damaging ozone in the world’s metropolises.
Japanese police said the death toll from rain-triggered landslides on the outskirts of Hiroshima city rose to 39 on Thursday with 51 people still missing, as search efforts continued in the devastated area.
By KEITH SCHNEIDER
The $3 billion Olmsted Locks and Dam project, expected to be finished in 2020, is seen as too big to fail.
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