Terrestrial fluvial-lacustrine environments suggest past habitability in Mars “The search for once-habitable locations on Mars is increasingly focused on environments dominated by fluvial and lacustrine processes, such as those investigated by the Mars Science...Read More
The Pyrenees, a mountain range between France and Spain, are home to some rarely written about, but really beautiful glaciers. Glaciers in the Pyrenees receive less attention than their counterparts in places like Greenland, The Himalayas, and Switzerland, but they are equally...Read More
Can you spot the glacier on the picture above? Not that easy… Glacier Noir is a debris-covered glacier located in the French Alps. Contrary to clean-ice glaciers which are shiny white or blue ice masses, debris-covered glaciers are ice masses with a layer of rock debris on the...Read More
Nowadays, most of Europe’s temperate rainforest rain-forests and the coast redwoods are disappearing as a result of over-harvesting. However, temperate rain-forests in Tongass and Great Bear (British Columbia) remain relatively intact. The Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest...Read More
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