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British beekeeper breeds 'super-bee' that can protect itself from deadly mite that is wiping out colonies

British beekeeper breeds 'super-bee' that can protect itself from deadly mite that is wiping out colonies

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Zijn bijen geen dieren voor Intratuin? | Greenpeace Nederland

Zijn bijen geen dieren voor Intratuin? | Greenpeace Nederland

Zijn bijen geen dieren voor Intratuin? | Greenpeace Nederland

Zijn bijen geen dieren voor Intratuin? | Greenpeace Nederland

Zijn bijen geen dieren voor Intratuin? | Greenpeace Nederland

Zijn bijen geen dieren voor Intratuin? | Greenpeace Nederland


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Coastal portions of the world's oceans, once believed to be a source of carbon dioxide (CO2) to the atmosphere, are now thought to absorb as much as two-thirds more carbon than they emitted in the preindustrial age, researchers estimate. The evidence suggests that human activities in coastal zones will continue to have an important impact on global carbon cycling.

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Coastal portions of the world's oceans, once believed to be a source of carbon dioxide (CO2) to the atmosphere, are now thought to absorb as much as two-thirds more carbon than they emitted in the preindustrial age, researchers estimate. The evidence suggests that human activities in coastal zones will continue to have an important impact on global carbon cycling.

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Tumbleweeds take over Colorado neighborhoods By Jareen Imam, CNN March 24, 2014  This isn't your classic Western movie where you'll find a solitary tumbleweed rolling through a desolate landscape.  These are neighborhoods around Colorado Springs, where a strange takeover of tumbleweeds started last week. The clusters of twisted foliage are causing a lot of problems, says Mahkya Askew, a resident of Colorado Springs.

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Tumbleweeds take over Colorado neighborhoods By Jareen Imam, CNN March 24, 2014 This isn't your classic Western movie where you'll find a solitary tumbleweed rolling through a desolate landscape. These are neighborhoods around Colorado Springs, where a strange takeover of tumbleweeds started last week. The clusters of twisted foliage are causing a lot of problems, says Mahkya Askew, a resident of Colorado Springs.

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