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Clear lakes disguise impaired water quality

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Asteroid that hit Botswana in 2018 likely came from Vesta, scientists say

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Understanding origins of Arizona’s Sunset Crater eruption of 1,000 years ago

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New study analyzes causes of 2010 landslide in Saint-Jude, Quebec

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