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Right now, a couple of feet above the surface of the Moon, a layer of dust is levitating...If we see dust floating around on Earth, we imagine that the wind is picking it up and throwing it around. If we saw it floating steadily in one place, we
CT Volunteers surrounded the Melville and District Health Centre with sandbags, but early Tuesday morning a decision was made to move the patients to higher ground. (Len Wassill/Twitter) Melville, Sask., was evacuating its hospital and care home
A landslide in a village in China's mountainous southwest has killed at least one person and left 15 missing. A report on the website of the government of Fugong County in Yunnan province said two people also were injured in the slide Monday. Photos
Rivers are constantly changing the environment around them wearing away at their banks but a new study has finally created a way to predict how rivers will change the geography they sit on and steal territory from neighboring networks of rivers. In
The actual amount of water required will depend, however, on several factors...Different soils have different infiltration rates, field capacity and permanent wilting point. This will help to determine the irrigation requirement for the type of soil.
It's been a remarkable effort," said Waterville Mayor Stephen Mihalik, who was out filling sandbags with other volunteers from the community Friday morning. "The town has come together."...Volunteers have rushed in from every nearby county and city
It's still early in the season, though this has been an extraordinarily warm spring. However, most plants will greatly benefit from a reasonable feeding at this point. If you're talking vegetables, they divide into two groups when talking fertilizers.
Orangey-red, pale-striped and thrashing compost worms live among decaying organic matter. Photograph: John Walker If you can't make some crumbly, dark brown garden compost my way, then all hope is lost. It's guaranteed to tempt even the most devout
Ludovico Cademartiri, an Iowa State University assistant professor of materials science and engineering, is studying environmental effects on plant growth, specifically how variations in climate and soil characteristics affect root growth. This
Wet and stormy weather last week slowed fieldwork in Nebraska, but helped improve soil moisture levels...Department of Agriculture says reports of 2-to-3 inches of rain were common in central Nebraska, and up to 6 inches of rain was reported in