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TPE presented at the ESA Living Planet Symposium in Milan
Milan, Italy, 15 May: Today European Space Agency (ESA) conducted a session on Makalu Climate Explorers as part of the ESA Living Planet Symposium in Milan during 13 and 17 May with more than 4000 participants.
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Three Poles, One Future
During the Arctic Circle China Forum held in Shanghai, May 10-11, 2019, policy-makers and scientists agreed, among other things, that the Three Poles, namely the Arctic, the Third Pole and the Antarctica are all together a fundame...
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The Tibetan Plateau was found initially occupied by Middle P...
A jawbone shows Denisovans lived on the Tibetan Plateau long before modern humans, revealed by a study published in Nature.
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National Geographic: Mysterious ancient human found on the ‘...
A study published today in Nature reveals just how much this ancient jaw has to say. A detailed analysis of its physical features as well as proteins extracted from the fossil suggest that the mandible, dated to 160,000 years ago,...
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Nature: Collapsing Glaciers Threaten Asia’s Water Supplies
On Jan.3, 2019, Nature published a comment entitled “Collapsing Glaciers Threaten Asia’s Water Supplies”, which underlined the significance of a weather and isotope-monitoring network as water cycle processes accelerate across the...
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