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Hope for coral recovery may depend on good parenting

(University of Southern California) USC scientists discover coral pass beneficial algal symbionts to offspring to help them cope with rising ocean temperatures. The process occurs during reproduction sans nuclear DNA. It’s the first time this has been observed.

Dive with a Giant Pacific Octopus and Wolf Eel in 3D 360 | Our Blue Planet VR | BBC Earth

Canada’s green seas are home to some surprising creatures. From fascinating wolf eels to the largest known octopus in our oceans. Take a deep breath and join diver Tiare Boyes on an adventure into an underwater forest. Use your headset…

Did underground explosions create Titan’s lakes?

The lakes on Saturn’s moon Titan are filled with liquid methane, not water, and some are surrounded by steep rims. A new study suggests these features might have been caused by explosions of warming nitrogen, which created Titan’s lake basins long ago.

Why Solar Geoengineering May Be Our Only Hope To Reverse Global Warming – Forbes

Last Wednesday night, as I watched the climate discussions with each of the Democratic Party candidates on CNN’s Presidential Climate Town Hall, I kept asking, “Why is only Andrew Yang talking about solar geoengineering?” True, he is the most tech-savvy…