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Katie Burton

Models suggest that far from ending at the Imperial Valley, the San Andreas Fault may be linked to two other faults in the region, forming a continuous line from California into Mexico
Researchers at Colombia University have answered a question that has confounded scientists for decades – why are earthquakes in the ocean linked to low-tide?
by Alex Rogers • Wildfire • £20 (hardback)
An ‘environmental thriller’ focusing on the lives of campaigners working to protect the Amazon rainforest proves as responsible on-screen as it does off-screen
The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is open to visitors from 1-7 July, featuring 22 exhibits and 250 scientists showcasing cutting edge research

The Flood review: Anthony Woodley

In this moving, sometimes harrowing film from director Anthony Woodley, the relationship between an asylum seeker and an immigration official takes centre stage, humanising both individuals through two excellent performances
Mikael Frödin is a Swedish-born professional fly fisherman turned environmental activist. In 2019 he appeared in the film, Artifishal, to highlight the dangers of open-net salmon farms
The discovery a long ‘tongue’ of ice beneath a glacial lake in Patagonia could have implications for freshwater glacial stability
Biochar was once heralded as a miracle product, one that could both sequester carbon and improve soil conditions. Though it’s found itself out of the limelight in recent years, some scientists are still fighting its corner
An exhibition at the V&A brings together innovations from across the food industry, providing a glimpse of experiments for a more sustainable future

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