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2015/01/23 06:17
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The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science presented Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) with the Reginald V. Truitt Environmental Award for his environmental leadership in Maryland. He received...
2015/01/23 06:17
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2015/01/22 01:42
2015/01/22 01:42
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... at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 29 at The University of Southern Mississippi's Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) in Ocean Springs, Miss. Paerl's presentation – the next lecture in the...
2015/01/22 00:22
2015/01/22 00:22
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Last week, 25 commercial and for-hire recreational fishermen, along with industry participants, went to school to learn about fish populations — how they grow, what impacts them and how we can keep...
2015/01/21 20:49
2015/01/21 20:49
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... ability to protect their investment along with a number of other benefits. The VIP+ Package affords athletes a “no questions asked” option to defer their entry to 2016, an option to drop down to...
2015/01/21 19:21
2015/01/21 19:21
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BATON ROUGE – After more than 30 years of assisting law enforcement agencies locally, regionally and nationally, Mary H. Manhein, director of LSU Forensic Anthropology and Computer Enhancement...
2015/01/21 08:29
2015/01/21 08:29
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... have been affected by problems with the Asia America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable system for the fourth time in a year, according to local news outlets. The cause of the outages? Sharks, if...
2015/01/15 20:40
2015/01/15 20:40
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Ballast water provides stability for cargo ships in rough seas. But it's believed to have introduced numerous invaders to U.S. coastal waters and the Great Lakes, including zebra mussels, spotted...
2015/01/15 20:38
2015/01/15 20:38
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... just off Key Largo to inspect a section of Florida's ailing coral reef. His living "laboratory," 15 feet down, is the size of several football fields. Last summer a large bleaching...
2015/01/12 00:42
2015/01/12 00:42
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Rivers a hundred years ago, you'd have seen a lot more clay soil washing down to the sea than before European settlers began clearing trees and farming there in the 1700s. Around the world, it is...
2015/01/10 07:14
2015/01/10 07:14
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HOUGHTON - For the next few months, beneath the ice outside the Great Lakes Research Center, a set of scientific instruments will be put to the test in under-ice conditions. Scientists with the...
2015/01/09 10:39
2015/01/09 10:39
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... think tank monographs. It's a crisis that has begun to have palpable, disturbing implications for much of the globe. By 2030, nearly half of the world's population will be living in regions...
2015/01/08 14:44
2015/01/08 14:44
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... perfecting of placing tiny numbered bands on their legs in the last decade has led researchers to discover hummingbirds can live longer than 10 years as opposed to the two or three...
2015/01/07 23:12
2015/01/07 23:12
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... less than two years after it almost closed. The plant's plight also serves as an apt metaphor for rural Oregon's struggles. Communities occasionally take a step forward. Then they take a step...
2015/01/07 19:39
2015/01/07 19:39
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A new study shows that removing native forest and starting intensive agriculture can accelerate erosion so dramatically that in a few decades as much soil is lost as would naturally occur over...
2015/01/07 06:16
2015/01/07 06:16
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... experts. This is SOI’s 15th anniversary expedition, a once in a lifetime journey and a transformative learning experience that fosters a new understanding and respect for the Antarctic as a...
2015/01/05 15:40
2015/01/05 15:40
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Phytoplankton are the ocean's most prolific primary producers, but new research shows environmental toxins are affecting cell division in the Prochlorococcus species. The international study...
2015/01/02 14:51
2015/01/02 14:51
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The point man for the University of Chicago is Matthew Tirrell, a professor and founding director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering, who in 2012 approached Gottlieb, a longtime friend at...
2014/12/30 23:42
2014/12/30 23:42
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KNIGHTS BACHELOR Theodore Agnew, DL. For services to education. (East Somerton, Norfolk) David Anthony Andrew Amess, MP. Member of parliament for Southend West. For political and public service....
2014/12/29 21:39
2014/12/29 21:39
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The two 12-foot-long fish swam out of the inlet as the helicopter circled and Goldman, a biologist for Broward County who was in the air to count manatees, took photos. The sighting in March may...
2014/12/28 06:27
2014/12/28 06:27
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... recorded history, with nearly 240,000 lives lost. This was a devastating wake-up call to coastal communities and tsunami research. Prior to this event, only six of NOAA’s Deep-ocean...
2015/01/23 06:17
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