“This study reveals how remarkably similar people are in different corners of the world in how we express emotion in the face of the most meaningful contexts of our lives.”
Wolf Puppy Zhùr Frozen in Permafrost for Thousands of Years
While water blasting at a wall of frozen mud in Yukon, Canada, a gold miner made an extraordinary discovery: a perfectly preserved wolf pup that had been locked in permafrost for 57,000 years.
Doggerland and the Storegga tsunami
” the swamps and river systems that immediately followed the last ice age have become known collectively as Doggerland.”
The Tidal Pull of The Moon on Arctic Gas ‘Burbs’
The moon controls one of the most formidable forces in nature – the tides that shape our coastlines. Tides, in turn, significantly affect the intensity of methane emissions from the Arctic Ocean seafloor.
Serrated Cutting Edged Teeth of Permian Meat Eaters
“These animals were the apex predators of their day and are characterized by their sabre-like canine that could extend up to 13 cm long,” Megan Whitney
#Covid19 Vaccine – Uncertain Global Access
Scotland has 130,650 doses available for delivery (as of 16th December) with 50% of those having to be retained as all those vaccinated require 2 doses
Access to Nature Vital for Wellbeing During Lockdown
“people with access to outdoor spaces and with nature views, managed to maintain a more positive mood during lockdown”,
Call For “Patience” in Roll Out of #Covid19 Vaccine in Scotland
There is a considerable jigsaw of pieces which have to fit together to make it all happen and to insure no vaccine is wasted.
Increase in Feelings of Sadness and Emptiness in Young Children Due to #Covid19 Social Isolation
“This study reports what many paediatricians have observed–while children rarely become ill with COVID-19, they have been significantly affected by the measures taken to reduce transmission of the virus.”Dr Karen Street.
Human impact on surface geological processes
“during the last century the North American capitalism shifted as much sediment as would be moved naturally in between 700 to 3000 years.”