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Hundreds of Ancient Pits Found at Stonehenge

Gizmodo 16 May 2022
... a world heritage site in southwestern England.
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Barren desert to fruitful farmland: Lessons from Israel

Jamaica Observer 14 May 2022
Israel is the only country in the world today that has fewer desert lands than it did 50 years ago ... Agricultural water scarcity is expected to increase in more than 80 per cent of the world’s croplands by 2050, according to a new study in the American Geophysical Union (AGU) journal Earth’s Future ... Interestingly, the world at large are meat eaters.
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New discoveries in wider Stonehenge landscape

Heritage Daily 12 May 2022
The discovery was made using geophysical and exploratory archaeological methods, including ... “Geophysical survey allows us to visualise what’s buried below the surface of entire landscapes ... Dr Nick Snashall, Archaeologist for the Stonehenge & Avebury World Heritage Site, said.
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Dynamics of ocean worlds likely controlled by their rotation

Phys Dot Org 09 May 2022
In a new study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research ... Suyash Bire et al, Exploring Ocean Circulation on Icy Moons Heated From Below, Journal of Geophysical Research ... Journal of Geophysical Research ... Provided by American Geophysical Union. This story is republished courtesy of Eos, hosted by the American Geophysical Union.
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Giant groundwater system discovered below Antarctic iceSuch systems, probably common in Antarctica, may have unknown ...

Deccan Herald 08 May 2022
But airborne geophysics can generally reveal only the rough outlines of such features, not water content or other characteristics. In the research appearing in the journal Science, the team concentrated on the 60-mile-wide Whillans Ice Stream, one of a half-dozen fast-moving streams feeding the Ross Ice Shelf, the world's largest ... World news.
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Giant groundwater system discovered below Antarctic ice

The Siasat Daily 08 May 2022
But airborne geophysics can generally reveal only the rough outlines of such features, not water content or other characteristics. In the research appearing in the journal Science, the team concentrated on the 60-mile-wide Whillans Ice Stream, one of a half-dozen fast-moving streams feeding the Ross Ice Shelf, the world’s largest.
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