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Researcher creates method to measure resource tradeoffs in times of droughtPostdoctoral scholar Debra Perrone visited Kotmale Dam, Sri Lanka, as part of h
Researcher creates method to measure resource tradeoffs in times of drought
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Postdoctoral scholar Debra Perrone visited Kotmale Dam, Sri Lanka, as part of her research on weighing food and energy tradeoffs when water is scarce. Credit: Dawn Ruth Sri Lanka's Mahaweli River is the country's lifeblood. When the river is flowing... Read more
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Water vulnerability threatens developing nations' stability, researchers findA tanker truck illegally takes water from a river in Jordan, where groundwater
Water vulnerability threatens developing nations' stability, researchers find
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
A tanker truck illegally takes water from a river in Jordan, where groundwater levels are dropping over 1 meter per year, and half of freshwater supplies are stolen, lost in transmission or otherwise unaccounted for. Many nations and regions already... Read more
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Science Daily
Odds are good that risky gambling choices are influenced by a single brain connectionThe difference between those outlooks comes down to more than just disposition:
Odds are good that risky gambling choices are influenced by a single brain connection
Science Daily / Posted 1 months ago
The difference between those outlooks comes down to more than just disposition: It turns out that people with a stronger connection between two brain regions have a more cautious financial outlook. "Activity in one brain region appears to indicate... Read more
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