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People settled Australia's rugged interior surprisingly early
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GIMME SHELTER Excavations at Warratyi rock-shelter, situated in the middle of this outcrop, suggest people reached the southeastern portion of Australia's arid interior between 49,000 and 46,000 years ago, shortly after settlers first arrived on the
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Oldest known evidence of Aboriginal settlement in arid Australia found in Flinders Ranges rock shelterABC Online
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TAKING MEASURE New units based on fundamental properties of the universe will make measurements more precise. A kilogram cylinder replica (left) is …

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This is one in a series on careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics made possible with generous support from Arconic Foundation. Weather forecasting can't prevent severe weather. It can, however, spot when storms are on the way.

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Study links human actions to specific Arctic sea ice melt
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In this image provided by Dirk Notz, taken April 4, 2015, shows people waking on the ice in the Arctic near Svalbard, Norway. At current carbon emission levels, the Arctic will likely be free of sea ice in September around mid-century, which could make …

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