What a toxic inferno like Venus can tell us about Earth

What a toxic inferno like Venus can tell us about

article This global view of the surface of Venus was created using data from NASA’s Magellan spacecraft with data gaps filled in with Pioneer Venus Orbiter data. The simulated hues are based on color images recorded by the Soviet Venera 13 and 14 spacecraft. Venus is a fiery world with sulfuric acid clouds and a … Read more

Scientists demonstrate that some tropical plants have potential to remove toxic heavy metals from the soil

Journal Reference: Yamin Wang, Swee Ngin Tan, Mohamed Lokman Mohd Yusof, Subhadip Ghosh, Yeng Ming Lam. Assessment of heavy metal and metalloid levels and screening potential of tropical plant species for phytoremediation in Singapore. Environmental Pollution, 2022; 295: 118681 DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2021.118681 Phytoremediation is the use of plants to extract and store contaminants from soil. As … Read more

Substance derived from tire debris is toxic to two trout species, not just coho salmon

Journal Reference: Markus Brinkmann, David Montgomery, Summer Selinger, Justin G. P. Miller, Eric Stock, Alper James Alcaraz, Jonathan K. Challis, Lynn Weber, David Janz, Markus Hecker, Steve Wiseman. Acute Toxicity of the Tire Rubber-Derived Chemical 6PPD-quinone to Four Fishes of Commercial, Cultural, and Ecological Importance. Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 2022; DOI: 10.1021/acs.estlett.2c00050 Rubber tires … Read more

Construction workers at risk of unintentionally exposing families to multiple toxic metals

Construction workers at risk of unintentionally exposing families to multiple toxic metals – NovLink Home Mash B Construction workers at risk of unintentionally exposing families to multiple toxic metals We wish to give thanks to the author of this article for this awesome content Construction workers at risk of unintentionally exposing families to multiple toxic … Read more

No more barrels, heavily toxic drug waste goes straight into the ground – Liberal policy, empty stables and agility at sea attractive to drug criminals – Foodlog

No more barrels heavily toxic drug waste goes straight into

The drug industry is becoming more and more intertwined with agriculture and nature. A recently published video triptych van Algemeen Dagblad outlines the latest developments. Previously we saw an increase in the number of barrels of drug waste being dumped in the forests, nowadays criminals just as easily lay a drain hose from the drug … Read more

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