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It’s not too late to cap global warming to 1.5oC under the Paris agreement adopted by 191 nations, but we must step up action swiftly, says Monash University’s Associate Professor Shayne McGregor - a chapter three lead author of the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report, released today.
Sodium, the main constituent in salt, and potassium alteration are associated with some of the world’s most valuable ore deposits.
An international study led by Monash University geologists provides a new insight into how Earth’s first continents formed.
More than 100 kg of highly toxic uranium (U) and plutonium (Pu) was dispersed in the form of tiny ‘hot’ radioactive particles after the British detonated nine atomic bombs in remote areas of South Australia, including Maralinga.
A study by Monash scientists has found that a rare earth affects the fate of a key reaction with copper, gold, silver, and uranium mineralisation.