Julie Wolf

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heraldscotland
How concerns over flatulent clams is causing a stink within the Scots shellfish industryour revisions resulted in 11 percent more methane in a recent year than what we
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
our revisions resulted in 11 percent more methane in a recent year than what we were previously estimating,” said Julie Wolf, lead author of the study. “It’s not the biggest contributor to the annual methane budget in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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heraldscotland
How concerns over flatulent clams is causing a stink within the Scots shellfish industry.our revisions resulted in 11 percent more methane in a recent year than what we
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
our revisions resulted in 11 percent more methane in a recent year than what we were previously estimating,” said Julie Wolf, lead author of the study. “It’s not the biggest contributor to the annual methane budget in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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Ontario Farmer Daily
Ontario Farmerregions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger an
Ontario Farmer Daily / Posted 14 days ago
regions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger animals with higher intakes of food," said Julie Wolf, a researcher in the U.S. Department of Agriculture and lead author of a study in the journal Carbon Balance and... Read more
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Newsmax
Science Underestimated Livestock Impact on Global Warmingdioxide — which is usually given the principle blame for global warming, Forbes
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
dioxide — which is usually given the principle blame for global warming, Forbes reported. Led by USDA plant physiologist Julie Wolf, the researchers looked at the data underpinning an old estimate of the effects of methane, realizing some dated... Read more
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CTV News
Planet-warming methane from livestock underestimatedregions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger an
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
regions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger animals with higher intakes of food," said Julie Wolf, a researcher in the U.S. Department of Agriculture and lead author of a study in the journal Carbon Balance and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Methane emissions from livestock pose challenge in fight against global warmingregions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger an
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
regions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger animals with higher intakes of food," said Julie Wolf, a researcher in the US Department of Agriculture and lead author of a study in the journal Carbon Balance and... Read more
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asianage
Planet-warming methane from livestock underestimatedregions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger an
asianage / Posted 18 days ago
regions, livestock numbers are changing, and breeding has resulted in larger animals with higher intakes of food," said Julie Wolf, a researcher in the US Department of Agriculture and lead author of a study in the journal Carbon Balance and... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Arts eventsfor low-income women with cancer. Performers include Marcelle Davies-Lashley, S
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
for low-income women with cancer. Performers include Marcelle Davies-Lashley, Shelley Doty, Vicki Randle, Kofy Brown, Julie Wolf, Pat Wilder and R&B band Ruby's in Town. KCSM Radio's Melanie Berzon MCs; seating and open dance floor. $30-$100.... Read more

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