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World’s largest deposit of mercury is in permafrost, study suggests – North

03:03 08 March in Uncategorized

[ad_1] The world's largest reservoir of mercury — enough to fill 23 Olympic-sized swimming pools — is contained in permafrost in the Northern Hemisphere, twice as much as in soil, air and oceans around the world, new research suggests.   Approximately 57 million litres of mercury is frozen across Canada, Alaska,...

Move over blueberries — wild B.C. shrub produces contender for world’s healthiest berry – British Columbia

17:45 07 March in Uncategorized

[ad_1] Move over, blueberries. A new University of Victoria study suggests the tiny fruit of a wild shrub that grows abundantly in B.C. is a contender for the healthiest berry on the planet. UVic biologist Peter Constabel's research found that berries of the salal plant beat blueberries hands-down for two key compounds...