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Geysers

One of the most magnificent spots in all of North America is Yellowstone Park. Every year, millions of people go to Yellowstone to take delight in the freshest air on earth. The free-roaming elk, bison, and other wildlife are enchanting, but it's the concentrated...

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Midnight Sun- The Sunlight of the Arctic

This past Thursday, I had the opportunity to travel to Alaska. Among the many wonders there, the midnight sun filled me with awe. Contrary to popular belief, the midnight sun is not a high-noon sun. Rather, it is a prolonged sunset that paints the heavens in reds,...

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Volcanoes- Earth’s Most Iconic Natural Disasters

Of all the natural disasters, the flowing lava of a volcano stands as the most iconic. Every year, millions of people travel to volcanic tourist sites so they can gaze upon one of the most exciting and powerful natural events on Earth. While they offer breathtaking...

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Ozone Layer- Past and Present

The ozone layer is located about 9.3-18.6 miles above the Earth’s surface and serves as a barrier that absorbs the majority of the ultraviolet rays emitted by the sun. By absorbing the damaging ultraviolet rays, the ozone layer prevents them from reaching Earth and...

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Rainforests

We are all very familiar with the beautiful, dense jungles known as rainforests. Characterized by their tropical species and tall, green trees, they can be found on every continent except Antarctica. However, did you know that there are two different types of...

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