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Rising sea levels poisoning living trees — creating ghost forests

All along the Atlantic seaboard of North America, from Louisiana up to southern Canada, sea levels are rising rapidly - creating stands of dead trees - quite often bleached out and sometimes blackened - known as ghost forests.

SALt lamp runs on a glass of water and two teaspoons of salt

For the 44 percent of the world's population living near coastal waters, a lamp that runs on saltwater could prove to be particularly useful. Imagine lighting a lamp without the need for an electric grid.

Meet the slimy green ribbon worm that horrified the Internet

Taiwanese fishermen posted a video on YouTube last week of a bright green worm with a very long pink tongue hanging out, slithering across a wooden dock. It appeared to be several feet long, and caused quite a stir, with almost 700,000 viewers.

South Florida counties working to find solution to rising seas

Florida is one of the most populous of our southern states and also the most vulnerable. With most of its 1,197 miles of coastline only a few feet above the rising seas, there is the very real danger of South Florida being lost in less than 100 years.

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