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Coronavirus Spain: Catalonia locks down area of 210,000 people: The Spanish region re-imposes restrictions on an area west of Barcelona after a surge in infections.
Coronavirus Australia: Melbourne locks down tower blocks as cases rise: Nine housing estate blocks in the Australian city are locked down amid a “new phase of the pandemic”.
Coronavirus: Yo! Sushi adapts conveyor belt system: As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system.
Japan flooding: Many feared dead in flooded care home: Fifteen people are believed dead and nine are missing on the island of Kyushu amid devastating rains.

'I don't want to hold on to hatred': B.C. woman seeks to forgive hit-and-run driver who left her for dead: Patricia Anne Peters

Nearly seven years after allegedly leaving a woman for dead on a highway north of Whistler, a logging truck driver has been found responsible for the accident.

Karina Roman: Parents, provinces call on Ottawa to help ensure schools open in the fall: COVID Que 20200508

Children, Families and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen says that while he understands the burden working parents have been carrying for months since schools closed due to the pandemic, Ottawa's ability to help provinces fully reopen their schools this fall is limited.

Walking a 'tightrope': Bill Morneau and the path out of the pandemic economy: Coronavirus Bill Morneau

Bill Morneau has, in the space of a few months, approved the spending of nearly $200 billion in federal aid to shut down huge swaths of Canadian society so that a contagious disease could be contained. What comes next — rebuilding what was lost — promises to be a far more daunting challenge.

New York Times Science
It’s Not a Snake, but Beware of Its Venomous Bite: Animals called caecilians may have been among the first vertebrates on land to lace their bites with venom.

Canada’s Sparrows Are Singing a New Song. You’ll Hear It Soon.: Over 20 years, scientists tracked the transformation of the traditional trill of a common bird from western Canada to Ontario.

Elk Return to Kentucky, Bringing Economic Life: After a concerted reintroduction effort two decades ago, the state is now home to the largest population of elk east of the Mississippi. The animals’ home: reclaimed coal mines.

How Do Flying Snakes Glide Through the Air? ‘It’s Hard to Believe’: As they wiggle and undulate, the snakes are transforming their bodies for flight.

A Worm’s Hidden Map for Growing New Eyes: When a planarian loses its eyes, cellular guides connect new ones to its brain so it can see again.

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Computer model provides a new portrait of carbon dioxide
By Patrick Lynch

An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.

Plumes of carbon dioxide in the simulation swirl and shift as winds disperse the greenhouse gas away from its sources. The simulation also illustrates differences in carbon dioxide levels in the northern and southern hemispheres and distinct swings in global carbon dioxide concentrations as the growth cycle of plants and trees changes with the seasons.

NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

This is gorgeous… and strangely soothing.

For more mesmerizing climate models, watch Gavin Schmidt’s talk about climate change patterns»

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