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The government in Turkmenistan has announced that it plans to close the Gates of Hell. The burning gas crater has been on fire for the past several decades, following an incident with a Soviet drilling operation in the early 1970s. Now, the government appears to be looking for ways to put it out. The Turkmenistan … The post This gas crater has been on fire for 50 years – now there’s a plan to extinguish it appeared first on BGR.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
A look at photos of the fire, which was 25% contained Sunday morning.
- FTW Outdoors
A Southern California conservation worker recently encountered what might be described as the king of kingsnakes.
Paris buried the Bièvre river in 1912 because of pollution. Now, faced with rising summer temperatures, city hall is working to restore it
- USA TODAY
Images shared online do not depict mass groups of dead fish across beaches in Tonga. They were taken in Australia, Uruguay and Fiji.
- USA TODAY
The A68A iceberg was the biggest iceberg on Earth when it broke off. Now gone, it has dumped nearly 1 trillion tons of water into the ocean.
The 4680 cells could boost EV ranges by over 15 percent and reduce costs.
A winter storm is forecast to dive southward across the Rocky Mountains early this week to produce a wide swath of several inches of snow along with teeth-chattering conditions. This storm will likely cause slippery travel conditions in cities such as Denver and reduced visibility across some major highways. "A stationary front extending southward from southwestern Canada will bring rounds of snow to the northern and central Rockies Monday night into Tuesday night," said AccuWeather Meteorologis
- Miami Herald
So, inspectors walk into a Dunkin’, a taco joint and a Chinese restaurant...
Around 30 oil and gas facilities across the Permian Basin in Texas and New Mexico spewed large amounts of methane for three years, emitting the equivalent climate pollution from half a million cars, according to a report released on Monday. The facilities, which include well pads, pipelines, compressor stations and processing facilities, were observed as "persistently" emitting large volumes of methane over the three years of aerial surveys done by the Environmental Defense Fund and research group Carbon Mapper. These so-called "superemitters," located in the most productive U.S. oil field, only account for .001% of the Permian Basin's oil and gas infrastructure but emit around 100,000 tonnes of methane per year.
Pop-up fast-charging stations near remote outposts like hiking trails could give electric vehicle owners more confidence to take their EVs off the beaten path. Why it matters: Pickups, SUVs — even RVs — are now going electric, encouraging families to take outdoor adventures. But if you already have range anxiety about road tripping in an EV, imagine being stranded in the middle of the woods with a drained battery.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.What's h
- LA Times
A magnitude 3.2 earthquake was reported Sunday morning about 12 miles from Hollister, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- LA Times
Here's a look at national parks in California, Arizona and Utah. These tips could save your winter, spring or summer trip.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Winter weather advisory in effect through 7 p.m. for most of northern Ohio; up to 6 inches of snow expected
Power outages were reported in downtown Akron as well as cars stuck on Akron city streets. Up to 6 inches of snow is expected.
- The Desert Sun
The project was an experiment of sorts: what plants will be able to grow and proliferate in the tough clay where the Salton Sea has receded?
The eruption earlier this month showered the Pacific nation in ash and triggered a tsunami.
It isn't easy for an elephant to raise twins, but researchers are hopeful one mother named Bora can do it.
- The Weather Network
Drop it like it's (not) hot.
- The Gainesville Sun
The Rodman Reservoir dam prohibits free movement of marine mammals, dirties our water, chokes our springs and disrupts an entire ecosystem.
- Portsmouth Herald
The beached bottlenose dolphin was just the third reported in the Seacoast region since 2013.