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Scientists may have solved a mystery.
A new algorithm will make predicting a tsunami faster and more accurate.
At 40 kilometres across it would have left a crater hundreds of kilometres wide.
Our favourite images of the week.
There was oxygen up top but low pressure at sea level.
Our dynamic planet's surface bounces 'like a yo-yo'.
Five of the best pictures of the week.
Mapping data from tiny grains of magnetite.
Nature is doing its best to clean up after us.
A thriving ecosystem under the muddy waters of the Atlantic.
Seismologists gather to discuss measures to manage risk.
The eighth year of data collection to help predict summer melt.
Burning fossil fuels responsible for around 70%.
Our biggest satellite kept our planet nice and toasty.
Himalayan birthdate has stumped earth scientists, until now.
The telltale sign: odd temperature patterns in the North Pacific.
Wastewater disposal is responsible for around a third too.
Less useful water, more flooding.
A silver lining to atmospheric sulfur pollution.
The golden age of piracy came before climate change.
Sea of silence? Not likely.
The belt holding in Antarctica's ice stocks is slowly loosening.
A little volcanic activity goes a long way.