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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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Chemistry World
March 16, 2011
James Urquhart
Monitoring oil sand toxicity Researchers in the UK and Canada have identified for the first time some of the individual components of toxic naphthenic acid mixtures present in waste water from oil sands. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 10, 2011
Kate McAlpine
Aerosol data from BP spill Analysis of atmospheric data suggests that emissions of intermediate volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds were low compared with those of volatile organic compounds. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 7, 2011
David Lee Smith
Fracking Has Added Another Problem Is fracking the reason Arkansas' earthquakes are up more than 20 times in a year? mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 4, 2011
Carl Saxton
Real-world treatment for dye-contaminated effluents US scientists have found that a dye oxidation process using low levels of an iron catalyst could be used to degrade highly contaminated wastewater under ambient conditions. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
March 3, 2011
Efstathiou & Chipman
Fracking: The Great Shale Gas Rush Natural gas derived from the process is lifting the economy, but it's environmentally risky. The Obama Administration may need to rethink its hands-off policy on fracking, despite the national job and energy benefits. mark for My Articles 211 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 1, 2011
Jon Cartwright
Earth's missing xenon could be hiding in quartz For decades scientists have known that the abundance of xenon is curiously lower than predicted from comparisons with the other noble gases. Now chemists in Canada have evidence that it is residing in the ground beneath our feet. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
February 10, 2011
Jason Scott
Aussie Farmers, Chinese Miners Vie for Water In Western Australia, a long drought is about to have deeper repercussions as Chinese-backed iron ore mines will prove thirsty mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
February 2011
Mitzi Baker
When Worlds Collide The right time and place led to a new RNAi-like pathway in bacteria for biochemist Jennifer Doudna and geobiologist Jill Banfield. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
February 2011
Sarah C.P. Williams
Warming Malaria Climate change is expanding the disease-causing pathogen's comfort zone. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
February 7, 2011
Krista Mahr
Testing the Waters The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's natural wonders, covering an area larger than Italy and drawing nearly 2 million tourists every year to boat, swim, snorkel and dive amid its elaborate flora and fauna. It's also one of the planet's most fragile ecosystems mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
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