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World's largest deposit of mercury is in permafrost, study suggests

Mercury toxicity can cause neurological problems such as motor impairments or birth defects if it enters the food chain.

Nutrient runoff starves corals in the Florida Keys

Rising ocean temperatures, a consequence of climate change, are known for bleaching and killing corals. But a study, published today in Marine Biology, reveals another overlooked culprit: excess nitrogen.

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