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Spanish Shipwrecks Unveil Centuries of Hurricane Patterns
Controlled fires could actually save forests and fight climate change
In Western forests prone to wildfire, thinning and burning treatments can help reduce wildfire risks and trap carbon in new plant growth.
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Scientists Get Unprecedented Look into Chicxulub Crater That Killed Dinosaurs
Though covered by hundreds of feet of sand and rock, the crater remains the same as it was at the end of the Cretaceous, 66 million years ago.