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Glacier calving

WWII bunkers, thugs and aliens, and calving glaciers

Why weathermen are using a WWII bunker to monitor clouds.

28 June 2011

Buff-tail bee

Bumblebee declines, microbes, and amazing birds

How farmers are helping stem the decline in pollinating insects.

13 June 2011

Reed warbler feeding a cuckoo

Cuckoos at Wicken Fen, snow, and radiocarbon dating

A look at the tricks the cuckoo uses to stay ahead of its hosts.

1 June 2011

Southern Ocean

Flood defences, the Southern Ocean, and whiter clouds

Why removing flood defences might not be such a crazy idea.

18 May 2011

The NERC ARSF Dornier 228

Science from a plane, and forecasting space storms

A look at protecting communications satellites from space storms.

4 May 2011

Eyjafjallajökull volcano

Volcanic ash from Iceland, and sediment time machines

The threats volcanoes pose to both aircraft and human health.

19 April 2011

Swarm mission

The Earth's magnetic field, snow, and Chernobyl

How the Chernobyl disaster affects Northern Ireland 25 years on.

6 April 2011

White cliffs of Dover

Fish poo, dead whales, and the Japan earthquake

How the White Cliffs of Dover and fish poo could be connected.

23 March 2011

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