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How scientists use our nuclear past to understand whale shark life history

To properly conserve and manage species, scientists need to understand how they live, grow, and age. But even figuring that out can be difficult when they are large and elusive, like the whale shark. See how scientists can benefit from more tragic moments in our past and use the legacy of nuclear bomb trials to […]

Going nuclear: radioisotopes from Fukushimi power plant stay in sand for years

Nuclear power plants are often located along coasts. In 2011, one of these power plants, Fukushima Daiichi, was hit by a tsunami. Nuclear meltdown ensued, and radioactive elements were released into the environment. Now, a group of scientists found a new reservoir of radioactive materials left from this accident. Sandy beaches up to 100 km […]

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